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About Me

Hello everyone, I am G Singh and I welcome all of you to my blog. This site is specially design to impart and share knowledge as a guide and tips of healthy happy lifestyle.

I grew up in a small town in India. Being born in 80s I had a lot of outdoor games, be it a cricket match, football or hide & seek and many more.

Blogging is part of my life. I do research a lot on any topics, learn lots of things and I normally share my views and sometime gives feedback to people who need.

I did my graduation from Punjab University. Got my degree in the year 2007. In 2008 I joined the banking service. Ever since I am following my dream world. Though nowadays banking sector is quite hectic and comber-some job, but still I am enjoying juggling all these stuff.

I tend to share whatever tips and knowledge on the way as we go ahead. Fell free to ask anything. I would be more than happy to share and give you tips on how you can manage your financial dealings if required.
 
Other things what I am is, I am a real enthusiast on healthy lifestyle and everything that relates to it. Be it a healthy diet, performing meditation, early morning jogging etc, . And I need to be like this more than never, due to the environmental factors such as pollution, technology driven lifestyle, urban stress, work pressure, financial management just to name few, the list goes on and on.

The reason I am creating this blog is to reach out to like minds like me to support and encourage each other.  I am looking forward to sharing my knowledge and help you wherever I can. So, let's get a better life in terms of healthy, happy and financial life.

Purpose is simple, live life the way you meant to live and be a financial sound mind.
I would love to reach out to so many people in the rural places in India where knowledge of banking is almost nil. Through this site I would love to share and impart few knowledge on banking transaction and other products related to banks. 
All the best,

G Singh
Founder of forhappylife.net 


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