Why I started this blog

Hello All, hope everyone is doing there part great.. There are three reasons for starting this blog.

The main reason is whenever i see anything and feel that i should have known about this  thing before so that I could have started early learning the thing. I have repented many times. I don’t want to have same feeling for my junior friends or younger cousins.

Second reason is I wanted to blog from many days. And I have started fulfilling my dream of blogging.

Third and obvious reason is to earn money through blogging as another source of income. If I earn enough for my comforts. I may even quit my job and blog for full time !!! Yes you ‘eared’ it right!!!!

So stay tuned will come back soon with new post.

PS: “Believe in your dreams and nurture them, a day will come when you will be amazed to see your dreams coming true till then keep on dreaming”

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