Top 10 highly paid jobs

10. IT manager
9. Pediatricians
8. Dentist
7. Psycatrist
6. Petroleum engineers
5. Corporate lawyer
4. Actuary’s
3. Anesthesiologist
2. Radiologist
1. Surgeon


Ana de Armas


Movie: Bade runner 2049. The beautiful girl for me.

admirable, adorable, alluring, angelic, appealing, beauteous, bewitching, captivating, charming, classy, comely, cute, dazzling, delicate, delightful, divine, elegant, enthralling, enticing, excellent, exquisite, fair, fascinating, fetching, fine, foxy, good-looking, gorgeous, graceful, grand, handsome, ideal, inviting…….


21 days to get a habit

People say to get a habit of anything ,your just need to practice it just for 21 days. Its good to know , may be we could start practicing for studying , writing, drawing . I wanted to try it from today. If it actually works or not I am gonna try.

After 21 days I will be right back telling how it went well or not . So I hope for the best to happen .

Google lens

I was watching a video of Sundar pichai , yeah the CEO of Google company . It was about Google’s product Google lens. I watched completely, it was about 12 min.

First thing the app is able to scan a picture and tell us what the pictures is actually .

Second thing it could scan any bar code reader and tell us the password. Great isn’t it.

Then it could scan any street hotels and tell the details about it.

These three things I found now in video . Let me use and tell you guys more real usage that I would come across. My next post will be about it.

Plant Lock


“Plants are like people. When they get proper nutrition, they look happy and healthy. But if they look dry and withered, they may need more care.”

I am one of kind admires plant always anywhere and anytime. Plants are my lovable living things.I do talk to them and share my thoughts to them. When I talk they dont obviously talk back to me, well its a nature. But it listens to us , it could understand every person feelings. I like to grow more plants and trees , may be i should find a place for my little garden sometime. Plants are always my favorite.

I can’t live without plants in my life, they are my part of life. They give me happiness and makes me smile when they bloom. Any kind of plants that bears flowers would be such wonderful to look at them. I love plants , its leaf , flower, stem , mud , root, water droplets.


Money Plants


The plant is sometimes used in aquariums, placed on top of the aquarium and allowed to grow roots in the water. This is beneficial to the plant and the aquarium as it absorbs many nitrates and uses them for growth. Look at those leaves. Just clicked pictures today since I felt this is my favorite and had to be posted now. Just feeling happy .I just cleaned it. Looking naturally great .


Scindapsus aureus is the scientific name of the “money plant” grown in homes in Asia. Epipremnum aureum is another scientific name that many consider synonymous. Besides “money plant,” other commonly used names for this plant are “pothos,” “silver vine,” “devil’s ivy,” “and “Solomon Islands ivy.”

This plant is native to Southeastern Asia and New Guinea. It belongs to the Araceae family, which contains more than 100 genera.

The plant is called a money plant because its leaves (round, flat, heart-shaped, dark green, and plump) resemble coins. It is a perennial and may be grown as either a trailer or a climber. Young plants bear three- to four-inch-long heart-shaped leaves. This plant is grown mainly indoors.

Green is my second favorite color. I just clicked a photos today . I am admired about Leaf always.This creeper plant is special to me. On this occasion of Diwali celebration I am posting it. With smile inside my heart. I love it lot.

My pretty Peacock

Wide Peacock

The peafowl include three species of birds in the genera Pavo and Afropavo of the Phasianidae family, the pheasants and their allies. The two Asiatic species are the blue or Indian peafowl originally of the Indian subcontinent, and the green peafowl of Southeast Asia; the one African species is the Congo peafowl, native only to the Congo Basin. Male peafowl are known for their piercing calls and their extravagant plumage. The latter is especially prominent in the Asiatic species, which have an eye-spotted “tail” or “train” of covert feathers, which they display as part of a courtship ritual. The term peacock is properly reserved for the male; the female is known as a peahen, and the immature offspring are sometimes called peachicks.[1]