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  1. I read your post the first thing in the morning, and it brought a smile on my face. All the very best Ramya for your plans, and I hope you certainly hit the monastry sometime.

    It would be the best phase of life.

  2. I read your post sitting in a strange room and on the wall there is a poster which says:

    "You cannot discover new oceans unless you have the courage to lose sight of the shore."

    Means something to you? 🙂

  3. this reads like my life – except for the monastry and book. i dont think i have anything to write a book about and neither do i think i could do without all the sex i've been getting all this while according to plan. oh and its not kurtas and jeans, its tees and shorts around here….


    really – its just a life. neither perfect not imperfect. just a life…

  4. your plan sounds almost ‘poetic’….
    All of us, Absolutely ALL of us want the same things in life, and after we make this list we even revise it and say, that’s not too greedy!, it’s just a simple happy life! Not like we’re asking for all the riches of the world or anything… and then life happens, as Rakhi says, and we get a lot more than we bargained for… and a lot less than we hoped.
    It’s sweet isn’t it? The innocence with which we say ‘Dear God’ and hope things to work out perfectly in place?

  5. very similar to the one I’ve made for myself… ten years from now I plan to take stock…

    Glad that you seem to be stickin to the plan…

    Jane Does last idea:

  6. @ Pragni: Wait and watch for the rest of the ’30 diaries’ series! And oh, that’s a brilliant idea, the tag I mean!

    @ Rakhi: Abso-fucking-lutely! Bleh. Cribbing is part of the deal.

  7. I’m gonna come up with a cliched quote here. 😀

    ‘Life is what happens to you when you’re busy making plans.’ I still think your current life is no less fulfilling than the plan here. 🙂