Life in a metro city

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Apart from pub and parties, city dwellers should explore many more interesting things in their metros.

Submitted: May 13, 2014

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Life in metropolitan city…. When I got a chance to stay in a metro city in the name of a job, I exploited it as much as I can. Chilled shopping malls with branded showrooms, boutiques by famous designers, service tax aided coffee shops and wide spread food courts. Money is an obstacle only for a shopaholic, but I am here to do window shopping. Though, my salary is not that great, but whenever I feel like grabbing a branded stuff, I never back off. The very first time when I tasted Americano and dark chocolate pastry from a coffee shop, I fell in love with them. Soon after, I never minded to spend on them. Nativity is a thing which is indispensable in our life. My taste buds bloomed on seeing mouth watering menu in the food court. I found all the cuisines from various countries, which made me to drool at them.

The magic in Mexican dishes, the immense Mayonnaise in the Italian Lasagne and spicy Chinese Momos keep tempting me throughout my days. Yes!! They are all new to me at first time. That moment, I installed almost all the apps that will fetch me food at my door step. Next thing came in my mind is fitness. Eating high calories leads to high fat content in the body. There started my research on nutrition tips to keep me fit without giving up my high calorie food. As I am fond of wearing western outfits, I need to maintain my physique. So, I did non-stop research to balance my eating habit and fitness. Finally, I chose yoga and Zumba dance. Till now, with full dedication, I do Yoga and Zumba dance on alternative days. People say, “Life in a metro city is not that easy”, but the upcoming technologies made it easy. Enjoy the city life as much as you can; at the same time, do not fail to respect your nativity.


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