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A Walk to Remember with my Crocs

My love for nature makes me spend time alone easier and a favorite past-time too. I love walking alone in the lap of nature. I go for a walk almost every day. Sometimes in the morning and while I am at a time crunch, these walks happen during the evenings. And those thirty minutes I spend with nature, sometimes beautiful flowers, innocent animals and even strangers and kids, that time become my learning time as well.

 

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Animals teach me how blessed I am to be human being to have emotions and the ability to express each one of them.

Then flowers and trees teach me that each one of us has a purpose in life and finding out that purpose gives you happiness and a whole new meaning to our existence.

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Strangers on roads and pavements teach me that we all are same; struggling with similar problems the others are unaware about. We all have similar powers to deal with our problems and life moves on with or without each one of us.

 

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Kids playing on the play ground teach me that you don’t need any particular reason to celebrate life. Each day is a celebration and your mere existence is a reason to feel happy about. These kids also teach me the true meaning of friendships. The unconditional ones and the ones that have no personal interests attached to.

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And on one such ‘walks of life’, my favourite pair of wedges from crocs accompanied me. These are light-weight and fit your feet perfectly to make your walks easy and comfortable. The rubber sole being light in weight and being non-slippery in nature, it also makes them safe for monsoon and the apt choice to be wearing them for longer duration.

Get the Look:

Gingham Off-shoulder Blouse: Cotton On

A-line Button-up Skirt: H & M

Wedges: Crocs

Bag: Thrifted from Bugis

Watch: Daniel Wellington

Umbrella: The Elephant Company (available at My Big Red Bag)

Untill next time,

-Xo, Raashi

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