Nothing to do but still busy?

I have been doing almost nothing but I have been very busy. Sounds stupid but it’s true. I have been going to the same office and doing same work (which is not much at all) and after office, I have nothing urgent to attend to but I am so busy in my head. All the members of my family and friends keep complaining that I don’t give them as much time as much I used to.

I even can’t pay my bills on time; I keep pushing them to the due date even though I can pay the bills online in just a minute. I am unable to fulfill my interests of designing cloths or jewelry or cooking.

I keep saying it myself that I will do it ‘LATER’.

This ‘LATER’ is killing my life. I have become so busy in doing nothing. Surprisingly, when I looked around, I found that I am not alone who has been suffering from this ‘LATER’ syndrome. In my office, in my friend circle, in my family, there are so many people who are so free yet pretend to be so busy all the time. This weekend I sat down and decided to do something about it.

I realized we have been wasting time in absolutely useless activities and hence running out of usable/useful time of the day. Some of the most frequently attended but useless activities are-


  • YouTube

People spend enormous amount of time browsing irrelevant videos on YouTube. Crazy experimental videos caught on cam videos, viral videos, meaningless TikTok videos etc. We genuinely do not want to learn anything from YouTube videos but we love to browse through a few videos each day and kill our precious time. We know that we have to do some meaningful chore but we keep pushing that chore for ‘Later’ stage and wasting time on silly videos become our priority.

  • Social Media

We love to peep into the profiles of our friends and not so good friends, just to see what they are up to and whether they are doing better than us in their life or not. Instagram , Twitter and Facebook are the fav platforms where we just love to search through hundreds of pictures of friends, celebrities, makeup artists and bla bla. Rather than utilizing our time in doing something meaningful and important we are more interested in seeing those dresses on Instagram which we actually never gonna wear or even like in real world.

  • TV

You go back to your home in the evening and pretend to be tired as if you had a very busy day and sit in front of TV to give yourself some relaxing moment after your so called buys day. Does it sound familiar? Of yes it definitely does. We all do that, we just sit in front of TV and keep changing channels but we are not actually interested in watching any of the program, we are just used to killing our precious time. We have become so lazy and unambitious that these activities seem ok and we love to pretend that we are engaged with some activity at least such as watching TV.

  • Sitting around

At times we don’t watch any TV, we don’t browse through social media channels or YouTube videos, and we just sit around. Mind is busy in thinking hard about nothing. We just sit for hours and still mind is so busy inside, but none of the thoughts make any sense. We pretend to be thinking/planning some goals or ways to achieve those goals but after a few hours of sitting around, we get up and start doing something else such watching YouTube videos, everything else can be done’ LATER’.

We fail to realize that life is made of days and waste of any day means waste of a portion of that life. We continue to waste no. of days, we continue to waste even larger portion of our life. It’s very simple to understand but then let’s watch some YouTube/TikTok videos because thinking about life can be done LATER!

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Is Rahul Gandhi (#RaGa) Mama’s boy?

What does today’s tweet of Mr Rahul Gandhi about his mother Ms Sonia Gandhi suggests? He has tweeted-


It seems good to know that he has been taking care of his mother but does he need to announce this on Twitter for political gain? No doubts that he is damn good looking, especially his killing dimples but females are not quite fond of mama’s boy type bachelors. Are they?

Quite frankly he is a late bloomer who happens to be very excited about the public attention he gets on social media and why shouldn’t he be excited because a large portion of his online followers are females!


Even politically, he should focus a bit more on the females of our country. He has never suggested a good move or a plan which will prove to be very beneficial for the females of this country. Least he could do is to get an Indian girlfriend!

But considering the fact that he is the de-facto PM material, he shouldn’t always be behaving like a mama’s boy, he needs to grow up and be a MAN. We females would love to see him in a dominating position wouldn’t we? He should not be taking suggestions from his mom on every personal or political matter. He has gone past that age where he needs to be spoon fed by a female who has been waiting for ages to see his son taking charge and be independent.

May be it is our typical culture to be dependent on mom rather than being a support to her. In 1975-77, a congress leader from Assam said that INDIA IS INDIRA: INDIRA IS INDIA. And Gandhi family has taken it literally and has been following the tradition till date. Rahul Gandhi thinks that her mom Ms Sonia Gandhi is the India and hence his life revolves around her. Actually it does revolve around her as he is yet to prove his own existence in the party or even in India. But I would say a cute and handsome guy (I hope I can call him a ‘guy’) like him should stand up on his own and should stand up tall else what a waste!