Daily Prompt: New Beginnings

via Daily Prompt: Mope

As the year 2016 is about to end, a series of moping will now start as to what we did wrong and what we should not have done. My personal take is that whatever we do adds to our being. Each day’s experiences, either good or bad makes us who we are.

I am really happy for all the changes that I have made in my life this year. I am happy that my life is getting defined in a new way.

This year we added a new family member; my pet dog, Oreo. I changed my job or rather my manager and am really happy at my current job. I shifted into living with my boyfriend and have understood the meaning of settlement.

What I can really mope about is my negligence for my health. I need to focus more on my personal well-being which I believe is the most important factor for happiness.

My 2016, in all ways was good and a few negative experiences are not going to change that, come hell or high water 😛 . I wish everyone a Happy New Year 2017 and hope that you achieve success in whatever field you espouse !!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Remember Me?

Imagine waking up one day and realizing you are 3 years ahead and you don’t remember even a single day of your last 3 years. Moreover, you are now a changed person. Lexi wakes up in a hospital and learns that it is 2007, not 2004. She is the boss of the department she used to work in, and she is married to a millionaire!! This book keeps you glued till the end where you want to know what happened that changed Lexi and her life so drastically.

Amnesia can be frustrating and the idea behind the novel is thought provoking. What would you do in a situation like her, where you do not recognize your new and current life. Lexi decides that she will play along thinking that it will revive her memory. Reader’s discover the mystery along as Lexi tries to figure out her life.

I really enjoyed reading this one! This was my first ever Sophie Kinsella novel. The story was funny and crazy but it just clicks with the reader. I may admit that the novel may attract only the girl crowd, but this novel is well written. The clever plot kept me turning pages at the record pace. Looking forward to reading her Shopaholic series.