Instagram Magic

Hello friends, Very good morning & happy Monday to all of you.

Today post about instagram, Its not new but I am doing it newly ha ha. Its very easy to operate.

Here also like, post & comment…. wow. I gone through few articles in internet about instagram, yes  I must say I feel like a celebrity , I have followers  & I am also following some. It feels good when some one following you …right.

I came to know that If you are doing well (like your fun activity, crazy videos )& want to sharing with your friends, then I think it is the best platform.

Whether you are active on Instagram, are thinking about starting your business profile or are reminded every once in a while that you should look into Instagram.

All that aside, there is some true potential and value in Instagram, and the businesses that are taking the plunge are quickly seeing results.

You  can find me in instagram @nepoleon.

Thank you


Friends…Happy New Year !!!

To all my friends and followers, wish you all a great Happy New Year…May this 2017 give you all the happiness to you and your family. Let this New Year give you all the strength and courage to win over your vices and enhance your virtues. Wish you have a year even better than the best and put smiles on the faces of everyone you come across.


As I think about our friendship and how happy it has made me, I want to wish you happiness in the year to come.Knowing you has been a master class in true friendship. During the New Year, I hope to emulate your love and warmth. Wishing you a very Happy New Year !!!


Again Wishing you all good things on this New Year!
Have fun, joy, peace, love, care, luck and success ahead!
Happy New Year Greetings to All my Friends!




Happy Friendship Day !!

I can’t give Solutions to all of life’s problem, but I can listen to you, & together we’ll search for an answer. I can’t keep your feet from stumbling, I can only offer my hand that you may grasp it & not fall. I can’t keep your heart from breaking or hurting, but I can cry with you & help you smile again. I can’t promise you happiness always but I can only share with you what life offers & be your.

Hello Every One….I know all are busy in their busy life schedule. But today I must say that I miss my friends, Some are very close some are close and some are you know, Any way I wish them all the very best, God always bless them. I know that friendship is a bond that never ends, but how many people following that? Now a days friendship means face book, watts app. I miss my old days. I miss them.


A friend is someone who knows all about you and still loves you.Friendship marks a life even more deeply than love. Love risks degenerating into obsession, friendship is never anything but sharing.Lots of people want to ride with you in the limo, but what you want is someone who will take the bus with you when the limo breaks down.

A Real Friend Steps In When The Rest Of The World Steps Out. Our most intimate friend is not he to whom we show the worst, but the best of our nature.

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How to Motivate a Friend

Your friends should motivate and inspire you. Your circle should be well rounded and supportive. Keep it tight. Quality over quantity, always.


sometimes it’s important to first address the long list of things to do. What won’t work when it comes to motivating a friend? Prying, nagging, begging, bartering, manipulating, criticizing and shaming. At the very least remember this one: Don’t offer advice unless you are asked. Trust us! If your friend has asked for help, chances are they have already recognized that you know what’s what when it comes to all things health and fitness related.

You might not be able to be there in the morning to get them out of bed for that early Cross Fit session or be allowed – at least in some social circles – to slap the bagel out of their hand, but sometimes just lending a little support can go a long way. Be there when they need help, have them over for a healthy dinner (and be sure to offer up the recipe!) or set up a gym date – whatever it takes to show them your unfailing support!

Businessman motivate his friend to cross the cliff by saying "You Can Do It"

Once your friend has shown an interest in health and fitness, it’s time for you to subtly give advice. But rather than just serve as their fountain of knowledge, steer them to resources (such as Mark’s Daily Apple) that they can access on their own. There are plenty of health and fitness blogs and resources out there, some more helpful than others, but try to help guide them towards those that will help them understand the importance of living a healthy lifestyle and how to best approach the task.

While you can certainly do your part to help your friend become a fitness aficionado, the reality is, you can’t do it alone. Instead, the onus is on them to make the decision to be healthy, to decide how to implement a fitness and diet regimen that works for them. In this case, while your support and advice is certainly welcome, this one, quite simply, just isn’t about you!


Your friend did it – they turned their life around, met a fitness goal, or mastered a new activity. Whatever the measure, be sure to celebrate the success. It doesn’t have to mean a big gift, a blow-out-bash or some other material token – you’ll find that a true friend can celebrate just by providing a few words of encouragement. Especially when those words are coming from the very fitness guru who has been there since day one.

Its Holiday Time Let’s Celebrate

One of the best things about growing up in India was all the holidays we celebrated. As a multicultural country, all festivals are celebrated with lots of joy and gusto. Some of the popular festivals are Diwali, Holi, and Eid, but you may be surprised to know that India is home to a considerable population of Christians, who, along with the rest of the country, celebrate Christmas with their own rituals and traditions.

Bright Color & Lights

It is a colorful festival — as are most in India — and local stores, markets, and malls are draped in multicolored twinkling fairy lights, paper streamers, and flowers. One of the things that my daughter noticed about Christmas in India last year was the brightness of it all. For Indians, festivals are always celebrated with lights and colors, and Christmas is no exception. Churches are decorated using stunning light shows and look spectacular in the night.


Most families put up a Christmas tree. Snow is in short supply, but that does not deter enterprising children from draping cotton wool all over their trees to imitate snow-covered evergreens. A lot of decorations and ornaments are handmade, and stars are everywhere. My dad put up Christmas stars all over the house and out on the roads to welcome friends, neighbors, and family to our home at Christmastime.


Christmas Food in India

Christmas cooking also starts early. Christmas sweets — mainly originating from Goa and adapted in the rest of the country — are traditionally called “kuswar,” and they range from deeply delicious dense Christmas fruitcakes to rose cookies and “kidiyo” (literally translating as worms, but these are deep-fried curly dough balls, dusted in icing sugar). We also make sweet dumplings called “newrio,” stuffed with palm sugar, sweet grated coconut, and sesame seeds. Savoury banana chips, crisp chaklis (a round, deep-fried savoury made with lentils), and cardamom and cashew macaroons round up a versatile collection of Christmas goodies.

I love all the cultural influences that go into these sweets. Fruitcakes, for example, are heavily influenced by British plum puddings, and indeed, are also occasionally called plum cakes in India. Rose cookies are a result of the Dutch occupation, and a lot of the other sweets are the result of Portuguese and French cuisines. Our Christmas is, therefore, a true melting pot of all the cultures that were part of India during colonial times.


The Christmas Crib

Along with food, the nativity scenes — we call them Christmas cribs — are an important part of our Christmas traditions. We planned our cribs early in the month, as there was always (not-so) friendly competition in the neighborhoods and between churches as to whose crib was the most elaborate. My sister and I spent hours planning our own. We grew paddy plants in small trays, and we collected bricks and sand. We could hardly wait for the day our schools closed for the Christmas break, as that is when we would pull out all our nativity statues and go about creating beautiful, detailed cribs, resplendent with lights, fields, bridges, and waterfalls.

At midnight on Christmas Eve, we would reverently place the baby Jesus statue in the scene, and then admire our handiwork all through the season.


Christmas Morning

We don’t do Christmas presents in India. Instead, we would wake up to a hot, spicy breakfast, and then we would gather up the boxes of dark fruitcakes and homemade kuswar and head over to all our neighbors’, family, and friends’ homes. It didn’t matter if they were Hindu, Christian, or Muslim — all neighbors got some goodies, and we wished them a Happy Christmas. We would finish our sweet errands by noon, after which it was time to savor a spicy Indian Christmas lunch.

Lunch done, and pleasantly satiated, we would make up for our late night with a siesta, after which it was time to head to the Christmas dance with our friends. We danced the night away, and when the sun rose on Boxing Day, we all piled into cars and headed to the beach to watch the sun rise. Then it was breakfast in a small roadside café, and home to celebrate the end of another wonderful year and look forward to the new year.


Christmas Eve

By the time Christmas Eve rolled around, we would be delirious with excitement. All that week, preparations for the day were being made. The pork (dukra maas) and chicken curries — staples of our Christmas dinners — were made in advance and left to mature. Batter was ground for sannas (steamed rice cakes) and left to ferment overnight for soft, fluffy breads, perfect to soak up all those curries. Last-minute alterations were made to our Christmas clothes and there was a lot of excitement in the air.



Green Events Guide [Infographic]

The events industry is one of the most wasteful, it’s a hard fact. In an age in which the world’s resources are running out it’s vital that we pay attention to this fact.

This infographic sets out to explain the current ethos concerning green practices in the events industry. We’ll see which factors contribute to an event’s carbon footprint​ and why it’s important to reduce this carbon footprint.

​Most importantly we’ll see some top tips on how to run a green event.

Take a look:​


Green Events Guide Infographic