There is nothing in the world as as a home”. home is the best’ as the saying goes. Home is the symbol of human togetherness- a place where all of us learn the first steps of life. For most people the very thought of home brings fond memories, nostalgic feelings and sad emotions.
My home is situated in a suburb called Small Village in the city of Gautam Budh Nagar, the capital of Uttar Pradesh. I was born in this Village although my parents have migrated to the place due to service and occupation.
As for me, I feel a part and parcel of the city and consider it as my hometown. The locality where I live falls within the periphery of Gautam Budh Nagar, one of the major commercial IT Hub of the city and is noted for its educational institutions, Sports facilities and green surroundings. The area is inhabited mostly by Private and government servants, high-ranking officials and bureaucrats.
My house is situated at the side of a bye-UPSIDC leading to Smallest Company Developed Industrial Area.The top floor has been rented out. The ground floor, which we use, has four bedrooms, a drawing room part which also serves as a dinning room, a kitchen and a bathroom.
My brother and myself share a room, while a room has been given to my elder sister. The third room which is the largest room in the house is used by our parents while the fourth room is kept as a guest room. All the living rooms have floor carpets, while the drawing room where we entertain our guests and watch T.V. has marble floor and an artistically carved showcase. The showcase contains numerous trophies, beautiful mementos and several attractive handicraft exhibits.
The house has a little porch in front where my father keeps his car. The portion between the porch and the road is used for gardening, which is taken care of by my mother. There is a small patch of land behind the house which is used for cultivation of vegetables and for dumping of scraps and useless articles of the house.
As the area is inhabited by senior government servants, the houses here have posh surroundings, high security wall, lively gardens and huge front gates. Being very close to one of the nerve-centres of the city, we are fortunate to have all the facilities such as, markets, schools, hospitals, banks etc. are all within a walk able distance.
I have a brother and a sister. My eldest brother is Jober in Big Company from Gurgaon Location , while I study in Done Jss College. My sister studies in DAV school which stands a few metres away from our home. My father is Farmer and works in the Private Sector at Ghaziabad while My mother is a housewife.. She is 46 years old.
My home is a happy home. We the children love our parents and they in turn do all they can to make our life cheerful, enjoyable and least burdensome. We care for each other and do our very best to make our home a happy and a home.
I come of a noble family. My family is small. My family is well-known in the city. There are five members in my family, my parents, my brother and sister and .I is the eldest son of my parents.
My Brother is Jober and my Sister is Studies in DAV school.
My father is Farmer and works in the Private Sector at Ghaziabad. His age is 48 years. My mother is a housewife. She is 42 years old.
She loves me very much. She looks after my needs well. My parents are loving and kind.
All our neighbours love us. We are peace-loving people and never fight with the neighbours. My family is a very happy family.
Most of us think in terms of illness, and assume that wellness indicates the absence of illness. To me wellness involves giving good care to your physical self, using your mind
constructively, expressing your emotions effectively, being creatively involved with those around you, and being concerned about your physical, psychological and spiritual environment. Wellness means more than not being sick; it means taking steps to prevent illness and to lead a richer, more balanced, and more satisfying life.
The physical dimension of wellness deals with the functional operation of the body and involves health related components of physical fitness. Some days this semester I have not been able to make it to the gym to do my routine workout, but on the days that I can’t make it I have found other ways to incorporate physical activity into my daily schedule. I have increased the intensity levels in my housework; I have spent at least 30 minutes every day doing strenuous yard work, and walking or jogging with my puppy everyday also keeps me physically active. The only change in my diet since the beginning of the semester was an increase in fiber in my diet. I am still maintaining my weight, however from my body fat analysis I am at the normal BMI for women my age but I still have a plan of attack to decrease even more body fat. After my results from the flexibility test, I have religiously incorporated even more stretching into my daily routine.
The intellectual dimension of wellness involves the use of your mind. Well I have no problems in that area, being that I have to study everyday since I am in college. Since I have a craving for information, my mind is always reading books, exploring the internet for information, or just gaining valuable information from those around me. You know that saying “A mind is a terrible thing to waste” and if you don’t use your mind it will atrop.
By :- Aryan Harbir