‘I would do a solo holiday for sure. I would travel to Malaysia to do an underwater diving course. I travelled to Lonavala around November end,’ she says.
‘A good hair and body spa treatment, it’s such peace to your mind and so relaxing. During this lockdown, I have realised self-care is very important for both mind and soul,’ she shares.
‘I cannot wait to travel to Mumbai, as I love the clubs and rooftop clubs there! One of my favourites is St. Regis for its food and DJ. There are many more that are my favourite in Delhi too. The thing I am missing the most is live music,’ she says.
‘H&M for sure! I wish I would have purchased my new pair of shoes. For Diwali, I purchased some new ethnic wear that was on my mind,’ she says.
‘I bought a new MacBook air to make my life better. It has made my life so smooth and helped me to handle all tech issues well followed by a new noise smartwatch,’ she says.
‘I am a complete no makeup skill girl but in this lockdown, I purchased a lot of beauty stuff and learned doing makeup. I learned doing 50+ kind of eye makeup along. I learned the skill of using colours in better ways. I did the cooking, making so many baked items such as different types of cakes after learning from YouTube,’ she says.
‘My walking routines got reduced, as I walked a lot at work during calls or while reaching the workspace. Yes, I did gain but still, I managed to have my Zumba routines to remain in shape and maintain the stamina in the lockdown,’ she shares.
‘I do cardio to keep fit and stamina is very important to stay fit. Stretching in the morning is also good to stay active the whole day,’ she adds.
‘I love listening to music and reading blogs. Due to heavy workloads, I was not able to find time for the same but in this lockdown, I started taking out time to read new stuff to keep the mind fresh,’ she says.
‘I dance on upbeat music. Attitude is something very important in this world or anybody would take you for granted. I listen to calm music or watch mandala art for mental wellness as it helps you to stay positive in all the stressful times,’ she says.
‘I have worked really well to groom myself in all aspects whether it is having new attire, improving my wardrobe. I have started loving applying more and more beauty products on me, making homemade remedies to keep the glow maintained,’ she ends.
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Mastering A New Skill
Top business leaders tell us about how they’ve been keeping themselves busy over the lockdown period.
The three months of the coronavirus-induced lockdown were a productive time for India’s top business leaders, who’ve ventured outside their comfort zones to learn new skills.
Here are the top bosses, in their own words, talking about what they’ve mastered.