3 Gadgets I am thankful for #ThankfulThursdays

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3 Gadgets I am thankful for

Mobile Phone: It is literally my lifeline, and I am sure I’m not the only one who has thought so! My mobile phone keeps me connected to friends and family all over the world, it doubles up as my calendar, calculator, navigator, torch, alarm, reminder and more!

Water Filter: How often do we think of this miracle gadget that purifies the water we ingest daily in various forms? Imagine if not for the Water Purifier how many impurities we would be imbibing, leading so so many diseases.

Kindle: As much as I love the ‘feel’ of an actual book, the much abused Kindle is one more gadget I am grateful for. It did take me a while to get used to it, and to get over the sense of ‘betrayal’ I felt as I made the shift from a ‘real’ book to an e-book on a ‘Kindle’ but I am thankful for each each time I travel and only need to slip this slim and light gadget into my purse.

Written for the prompt, ‘3 Gadgets you are thankful for’ for the series #ThankfulThursdays hosted by Amrita and Tina every Thursday on their blogs.

 

 

Published by Mayuri Nidigallu
Tarot Card Reader. Writer. Traveler. Sweet Tooth-er. I write from my heart, edit from my mind and hope that my words will touch your soul.

5 thoughts on “3 Gadgets I am thankful for #ThankfulThursdays

  1. Correctly said Mayuri,mobiles have become a daily necessity today though I also have the guilt of shifting to kindle from the real book

  2. That’s pretty cool .
    Kindle I don’t have yet.This can be a wish for me.
    The phone is actually pretty indispensable.
    Wonder how we lived before mobile.
    It seems ages ago.
    When you mentioned Water filter I remembered how dependant I am on this to keep me healthy.
    Thank you for with us for #Thankful Thursdays.
    Loved your post

  3. Wow, I can’t believe I forgot about the water filter! And, yes a cell phone is the one man army for us all I believe

  4. Mobile phone is in my list of gratitude too. Can’t imagine living without it..we all r so connected with each other through mobile phones that its difficult to think our life without it.

  5. No I cannot let go reading paper books compared to kindle. Sorry I am from dinosaur age and cannot think of a kindle as a sub. My few essential gadgets are – mobile, handsfree of the mobile and laptop 🙂

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