HOME OF A TRAVELER
The Ideal Home and Garden - India|October 2020
Till we cannot go out and see the world, let us create moments by bringing the world into our home. At least at the end of 2020, we cannot say we didn’t travel anywhere
Neha Jhunjhunwala

It is said that you don’t know the value of something unless it is lost! And this pandemic showed us how true it is! For those of you who know me and now for those who don’t know, I was on a flight traveling all across the world and all across India, every 15 days. #lifelessons- don’t take things for granted! How much I miss it now!

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