The day my blog got TROLLED

Are you so much in comfort that even half an hour spent under Sun appears to be a humongous task for you? Are you wishing for days to pass by as quickly as possible, but the time simply refuses to fly by? Are you stuck between your personal and professional life, and in the process have landed up in some sandwiched state? Are you missing being totally insane, careless and spoiled.

If you have found yourself nodding to all the above questions then you, most certainly, are suffering from Harsh Singh syndrome. You are advised to return to your campus, start portraying like you are studying, get back to the pond and all the insane activities that you are known to do and come out of the shell as soon as possible.

Ok Ok. Let me untangle all of this. I have entered a very interesting phase of my MBA life at the moment. Not as magical as the campus life, but interesting nonetheless. And this over hyped, intense and supposedly most important phase of your MBA life is termed as “internship”. My short stint with DBS has been great so far. It has not been insane like my life has been of late, but the office life is never meant to be so. Isn’t it 😉

And did I tell you that I have already earned few bucks during this tenure 😀 My first earning ever since Google Adsense decided to ban me, leaving the permanent stamp of “Ye Blogger Fraud Hai” on me. That was the day when I was thrown out of village (Adsense), was forced to leave my house (My Technical Blog) along with whatever little I was left with. Never to be seen again, never to come back and never to make an attempt to launch one more of those of my fraudulent activities.

But I have come back and that too pretty strongly 😉 Pragmatic Learning has been going great and so is my internship 😉 Magical Me is not doing that bad either. Except for one day (read April 28th) when I forgot to renew my domain on my time and suffered a mini heart attack when my blog refused to load. Things have been mended though and everything is fine now (on the similar lines of what happens in one of those “and they live happily ever after” stories).

 

Not so busy in office and quite busy at home. Play Station, X-Box, all the weird toys that my cousin plays with, those mysterious junk food that he keeps gulping every other minute makes me feel so outdated. At home I spend all my time trying to keep up with this technically advanced modern generation kids. The project at home seem far more exciting and challenging then what I have been handed over at office (the details of which will be made available once I am done with it, lest one of my professors or guide makes way to my blog :/ )

Quite a lot I have babbled right now. I have loads of shitty stuff to talk about but the need of the hour to grab some sleep and analyze the weird behavior of my Facebook and Twitter friends who are super duper excited about some horse race (derby) that’s happening in Manchester. Let me go and pester them a bit 😉 In the meantime you can drop your comments in the box below and stand a chance to win some real exciting free bees 😀 😀 Sayonara 😉

 

Life on a Fastrack

Once upon a time I used to think of some day in the distant future where I might have to live a life that I am living right now … But looks like the life is in a hurry to fulfill “few” thoughts of mine …

Many unprecedented things happen in life and this happens to be one of them …I am staying alone at my uncle’s place … The alarm clock greets me a good day every morning … The lock of the door bids me goodbye when I leave for office …

Then I become a part of the crowd … Jumping from taxi to bus to local whatever the case might be ..Just another face amongst the millions running around to secure their share of bread …

Then I reach Fort … The magnificent building of DBS welcomes me with full heart, as it does to every one who constitutes it … There I somehow manage to find s few recognized faces … The faces of people I met two days back … Few interns, few seniors and of course my mentor …

My system, my work desk, my bag and my chair … They constitute my life out there from 9 to 6 … The day passes by and leaves back a lot of things … Incidents … Learning … And most importantly, Experience …

Then at 6 I leave the place … Right now, unlike most of the working professionals, I am not too excited that the day’s work is done … Neither am I too depressed to leave the place … Things have to sink in a bit I believe … Won’t go into the technicalities of my project … I am just listing down the superficial things …

What’s next??/ … Nothing but a very empathizing Arabian Sea .. Some time spent at Marine Drive in the evening … introspection … memories revisited … plans and forecasts made … Questions ask to oneself … And then a walk back to the home … Expecting nothing … Regretting nothing … And celebrating nothing …

The same old lock welcomes me back … The refrigerator appears very kind to offer me to gulp something down … The bed all very cozy to allow me to settle myself into it … The night prepared to give me a goodnight hug … The dreams ready to give an attempt to fill the hollowness to some extent … And ???

And the alarm clock ready to be trained for the morning call. And the cycle continues.

As I said … It still has to sink in … Something external is playing it’s part amidst all this … And that too very smartly … I need to track it down very soon … And eliminate it very soon…

Signing Off …

The Twists and Turns

The very same time of year it is … Suddenly you feel like doing anything and everything … Suddenly you have got so many plans which need to be executed right there and right now … Suddenly you start praying for the days to pass by as quickly as they can … And suddenly you start enjoying everything apart from studies …

I have moved for Ghaziabad to Mumbai … from B.Tech to an MBA … from Quantum to MS Powerpoint … But the feeling is still the very same as it was four years ago … The feeling that you get when you have got an exam (or may be two, if you are lucky enough) dancing right in front of you with open arms, ready to embrace you, ready to push you down to the era of uncertainties … a place from where you can’t see anything but the date when they are supposed to get over …

Few things might have changed but a majority of them still remain the very same …

>> 11th hour preparation …

>> Calculating the time which is required to cover the syllabus and then starting right at the deadline … And end up going to the exam hall with hardly half the syllabus covered …

>> You develop an intense liking towards world wide web (especially Facebook :P)

>> Suddenly developing an addiction to movies …

>> Insomnia, which troubles you all the year around, suddenly decides to leave you and let you fall in the never ending world of dreams …

>> Life suddenly becomes super hectic and you can’t help hoping to buy some time to kill …

>> And last, but not the least, in the middle of the night, you completely turn philosophical and start analyzing everything, right from the movement of lizard crawling nearby to your Karma and ultimate purpose of your life …

Amazing thing this is .. Exams .. And with my student life moving towards its completion, I have started loving them for no reason 😛 😉

Two days hence the exams will end, and so will be my first year … So many things happened in this year that I could hardly recollect them … I will soon be moving towards my first step in the professional life with my summer internship with DBS, starting from this Monday. Wish me luck guys (not for the exams 😛 ) …

Just one more year to go as a student … And a lifetime to follow as a man … B)

 

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