About

Welcome to my blog which I create in company of a cup of my favourite tea, sometimes coffee πŸ™‚ Personally, I like to be behind the scene observing the daily routine and later expressing it in short notes, mainly consisting of photos and adequate quotes. From time to time, however, I am more inspired by the poem, lyrics or the video which I came across on a particular day, which I hope you find interesting as well.

The inspiration to keep this blog was to slowdown everyday for a moment and observe one thing worth noticing for the future in the form of ‘a diary’ which I used to keep for myself earlier. However, as I have been travelling a lot, changing places of my dwelling place, it was becoming constantly more and more difficultΒ to have with me all my diaries and many times when I feel like finding one of them, it is unavailable at my house where I am at the moment.

Thank you for stopping on my blog! Β I hope you enjoy it and see you soon again !!

If you want you can contact me at ateneit@gmail.com.

49 thoughts on “About

  1. Coffee or Tea, and a blog…a great way to slow things down and search for what is important in the day. Very nice, and like your picture…a nice looking cup of tea is almost as relaxing as drinking the tea itself. Cheers.

  2. Another tea lover!!!! There is something about the fragrant aroma of leaves steeping that gives me a feeling that all is well with the world!!! Looking forward to reading about your adventures!!!

  3. Thanks for checking out my blog!:) I’m actually BUNGEE JUMPING today for the first time, in order to write a post for it – I thought I’d be more adventurous!! What are you up to? You can follow me on Twitter if you want – @holliegraceanne.:) Enjoy your tea!!!

    1. Your welcome! I bet it had to be enermous experience! At my free time I am freak about snow and mountains πŸ˜‰ otherwise I am burried into IP world. I am on Twitter too – will try to find you there πŸ˜‰

  4. Thanks for stopping at basilbloginc. I can relate to your idea of slowing down and taking things in.Keep going. It is such a simple and yet important thing to do!

  5. Thanks for your recent like and for following my blog. And a special thanks for bringing me here. I love the idea of “slowing down” each day for a moment and look forward to exploring your blog as well and having a few minutes for “slow” time. πŸ˜€
    with love light and JOY

    1. Thank you Jane! πŸ™‚ I am also very happy that I have found your blog as I have lived in India for a couple of years. I am very curious how other foreigners find living there, how similar/different are our experiences. I think India thought me to appreciate all small moments in our life and to look around carefully πŸ™‚

      1. wonderful.. Thanks for following. Regular posts will begin again there when I get back to India in October. Did you ever get to visit Rishikesh?

      2. Unfortunately not 😦 I travelled a lot around South India, from time to time visiting Delhi and Rajasthan. I will be waiting for your posts from October! I hope that I will have an opportunity to go there again as well πŸ™‚

    1. Your welcome! I share your passion for a cup of good tea any time during a day or night πŸ™‚ that’s a start to take some break and look around πŸ™‚

  6. You are so nice to visit with me, and I appreciate your attention to my post. I love how your approach to the blog is almost the polar opposite of mine, and yet, in some really nice ways, resonates as being about the same thing.

    I only wish that life were as uncomplicated and beautiful as your blog!

    Warm regards…..John H.

    1. John, thank you for your kind comment and I’ve found your blog very interesting and will keep following your articles.

      Well, as life is unpredictable at least we can try to appreciate small happy moments everyday.

      Best Regards!

      1. That sounds fabulous. If I can’t find it here, I’ll keep an eye out for it when I visit Sri Lanka next month. Thanks for the recommendation!

      2. I am quite sure that you will find it in Sri Lanka, hopefully with home made chocolate πŸ™‚ Enjoy your trip! Looking forward to more interesting posts on it! πŸ™‚

    1. Hi πŸ™‚ Thank you for taking your time to write your comment. You have great pics on your blogs! Love the way you capture them to say story through them πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you Robin! I think it is important to be more thoughtful and reflexive while looking around. However, it is so easy to lose those abilities in a daily routine and rush…

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