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One of the toughest decisions facing modern humankind is deciding whether to write one’s About page in the first or third person! #FirstWorldProblems :P I concede I am not famous enough to attempt the third person option, so I choose the humble first person way :) “Tell me about yourself” has always been my most disliked question at interviews and elsewhere. Of course, there is no wrong answer. But there isn’t a right answer as well! :P But I’ll give it a try here :)

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I’m Felix. I’ve always easily been amazed at people who can recall events from their early childhood. My earliest clear memories don’t go beyond my primary school days at St. Antony’s. My good memories are those at St. Joseph’s and some of my worst at the other St. Joseph’s. The best are from my undergraduate days at Sir MV. Life at SMVIT was sitcom meets romtragedy :P After graduation (when the universe removed the rose-tinted glasses), I began work and effectively became a nomad, living in four different places in under six months. In early 2012, I quit my job at Sobha Developers and volunteered as a teacher at a not-for-profit school for three months. In September of 2012, I moved to Mumbai and began work as a Quality Analyst/Academic Research Editor at Crimson Interactive.

November 2014: That panned out really well. After two spectacular years in Mumbai, I quit as Assistant Managing Editor at the same firm.

March 2015: I moved to Taipei on January 2, 2015, and work at Wallace Academic Editing! :)

I am not a talkative person, but ask me to write and I can go on and on and on.. I’m writative :P

Much Ado About Nothing (formerly Bleh) is my third and most successful attempt at blogging. The blog isn’t about anything in particular; one of my objectives of Bleh-ing is – if I grow old to be say 40 or 50 or 60, I want to visit this here and laugh out loud at a 20-ish-year-old self! :D At 16, I was amused by the doings of a 13-year-old Felix. 20-year-old Felix is amused and somewhat appalled at 16-year-old Felix. I wonder what the 40-year-old will think of the 20-year-old.. :)

Thank you for stopping by this mundane pit-stop on your journey across the exciting interwebs! :)

P.S. I also, much less frequently, blog at Summer in Breswana.

My Best Writing

The Flat Track Bully Myth (Cricket) | Harry Potter may have Avada Kedavra-ed my Love for Reading! (Harry Potter) | The Narrow Paths (Summer in Breswana)MAAN

The words “I am” are potent words; be careful what you hitch them to. The thing you’re claiming has a way of reaching back and claiming you ~ A. L. Kitselman

And remember, no matter where you go, there you are ~ Confucius

Last Updated: 08 September 2015

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  1. This pit-stop is anything but mundane. Very unique. Loved reading it :)

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  2. I like your writing style. And I love that quote by Kitselman. So true!!!

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    • Thank you! :)

      I have to admit I am not aware of who A. L. Kitselman is. I found that to be a wonderful quote that resonated well with me. Internet searches could only give me more quotes from him, but very little about who he is. Although it is, or rather appears like, a cautionary statement, that quote is a powerful tool that can be used positively, I feel.

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  3. Thank you for liking my post. Blessings.

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  4. I am hooked on your blog. Every post I read I was ready to comment on, but then I look kind of stalkerish being this is my first time here. SO, decided just to comment here and tell you how brilliant I think this is. I look forward to your posts. (Loved your About Me page here … At 48, I can say there are many expletives I could use in response to 40 year old, 30 year old, 20 year old Laura. Eesh. Interesting the many people you morph into throughout life.

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  5. Hello (funny snake noises) Slytherin! :P

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  6. “Life without a sense of humor is only existing. Humor is that which makes life worth living, well, that, along with a few other mundane things like love, compassion, caring, that sort of thing.” —a quote from that very famous, well, maybe infamous, person . . . . . me!

    It’s obvious that you have a sense of humor; keep on keeping on. And thanks for stopping by my challenge.

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  7. I stumbled across your blog while looking at posts in the WordPress Weekly Challenge. From the brief reading I have done, I would say that mundane is not a word that would exist on your blog. I have experimented with blogging for years, and am onto my 3rd one with my photography-based one (https://thrumieyes.wordpress.com/). I am reinstating one I closed down a year or so ago and will run it alongside the other one — it’s where I do as you do — write about anything that tickles my fancy. :)

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  8. Hi — I just nominated you for a Blogger Recognition Award.

    You can check it all out on my post: https://thrumieyes.wordpress.com/other-bits-pieces/awards/ :)

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  9. You will have to remember who I am, dig your phone diary and check if you have my number, ping me a hello and I will tell you an interesting thing that happened when I tried to do the same.

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