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All my bags are packed and I'm ready to go!

I've been studying for as long as I can remember. I started working before I graduated, with the result that I've been working through college and after that as well. Then came MBA preparations that drove me a little bit crazier.

With all that crazy-mad rush to be the best and rush to complete assignments and projects, clients constantly breathing and drooling down your neck with every minor changes and details, I've been aching for a vacation, a really nice, relaxed vacation. So, when a friend Madhur Ramani suggested we go to Shillong for a short ten-day trip, it was awesome! Just the thing I was looking for.

So, for the next ten days or so, right up to the 22nd of this month, I shall be off blogging, off facebook and almost off every other social media except maybe my cell phone and email. I shall see you guys on the other side of his awesome cold cold winter as soon as I get back from my trip.

Be good, be happy, be awesome!

Adios y'all!


Abhinav said…
Have the most awesome time there!!!!
Insignia said…
Have lot of fun!! :-)
Dhanya said…
Yayie! Have loads of funnnnn. Have lots of raunak shaunak :D
grace said…
Wow! sounds great and tempting. Wish you have a really refreshing break.
A good note to start the year with.
Boomka said…
I always love going off the grid! Of course I go through withdrawal but it really is kind of liberating to think "oh my god my cell phone is vibrating" and then go to check it and realize, you don't even have a phone with you. Awesome. Enjoy it.
西瓜歌 said…
Haddock said…
Shillong is a lovely place.
Shaunak said…
Back and definitely had a rocking time!

The best ever! :D

Thanks dhanya manya! :D

Refreshed and back in action!

Going off the grid is the best holiday ever. No connection to anything from your everyday life. Peace!

It sure is :)

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