Busting the birthday blues. (Part-1)

Birthdays have always been the most awaited time of the year to me. I am happy, full of hope and a spoiled girl on my birthday.

My birthday planning is a whole year process somewhere behind my mind. And the whole idea comes to an actual action the month before. I have a whole day planned, i try my birthday outfits before and make sure there is always a backup outfit. Also, there a certain things that by now have a become a ritual on my birthday ceremony. Like making my own maggiee cake, watching my favourite movie and yes! A delicious desert that my mum prepares is a must.

My excitement levels up after every birthday of my closed ones. And the countdown has to begin from the very next day after my birthday.

No i am not exaggerating! But that’s how much i am excited about my birthday. And yes! I am also aware that not many of you really like celebrating your birthday and for some of you it might never have been a topic to be excited about.

But here i am! Sharing you my real experiences about the birthdays . Believe me, they have changed my whole perspective on what birthday actually are meant to be and how should we celebrate our birthday.

And meanwhile, if you think i have a huge party, a whole bunch of 50 friends dancing and drinking arround to celebrate my birthday. Let me bust your bubble and tell you. I have always had my birthday’s celebrated in the most simple and yet in a beautiful way.

Keep reading to know what really helped me to understand the birthdays from an another cloud. Believe me, it might change your perspective too.

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  1. How age changes our perspective. I am in my 6th decade of life now. I require no party, no decorations, no cake, and no gifts to make me happy. The opportunity to share another year w/ loved ones is enough. ❤

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