Are you a person who says, “Rain rain go away” or “rain rain come again”? Well, if you fall into the second category your time is here. It’s raining cats and dogs already! Now I have got some tips for you to enjoy the drizzle.
Do you remember the last time you got wet in the rain? Open your heart smile aloud and dance in the rain. Now you still want to go out and not get wet, get your umbrella. If not trendy enough get lively colours matching your outfit.
follow Do not forget your sunscreen at home just because its rainy. Rays behind the clouds are more concentrated then direct rays. Carry a water based sunscreen so that your skin looks healthy and not greasy all day.
http://fada-catec.com/why-do-my-homework/ Make you don’t go slapping around your hand here and there because of the mosquitoes. Apply prevention ointments or bands that keep mosquitoes away.
Why don’t we go for a south & north Indian snack mix? Spicy south Indian chutney and hot Punjabi samosas, one of the best during rain. My mouths watering already, and if you are more of a ‘sweet’ person what about some carrot halwa?
Feeling more romantic this season? Don’t want to go out, don’t. You have better things to do! Try cooking new dishes with your partner. Staying single, then catch up on the latest romantic movies and books they take you to a different world.
Coffee without rain? That’s practically impossible. All coffee lovers, cheers! A cup of hot coffee and sitting next to the drizzles always gives you a lot of room to think and even write a poem. Trust me coffee can solve all your problems!
Is there life without music? I don’t think so, there are people who wish life had background music. Get on and make your monsoon playlist and rock your head to the music of rain.
Last but not the least. Wear light and colourful clothes, don’t go all matching-matching. Put on some studs, water-proof kajal, hair tied into a bun and that lovely smile on your face, you’re ready to go!
As the famous quote says ,”Life isn’t waiting for the storm to pass it’s learning to dance in the rain”.