Truly-Madly Android App

truly-madly app review

TrulMadly is all set to redefine cupid – the TrulyMadly App helps you find your ‘true & mad love’, just like in the movies……but at your fingertips! The modern day, relationship service, launched their love app for Android users today. Taking forward the website’s unique model, TrulyMadly – the love app, effectively uses science and psychology to find suitable matches for likeminded singles.

Commenting on the launch, Rahul Kumar, Co-Founder, TrulyMadly said, “Our love app is an extension of the website and has been designed, especially keeping in mind the Indian values and preferences. Our aim is to create a community for our members to engage with other like-minded singles without any apprehensions and we believe that your phone is now the best way to find real love. The app has a very distinct design, is high on the ‘cool quotient’ and we are confident people will find it fun and useful to use.”

 Just like, how a friend will not introduce random strangers to anyone, the TrulyMadly – the love app also ensures that it does not spam any user profile and only suggest verified and relevant matches for a user, basis his/ her preferences. The app further boasts of the following unique features:

·         Trust Score: Not sure if the guy/ girl you like, really exists? Don’t worry, this unique feature ensures robust verification of all user profiles through their Facebook and LinkedIn accounts. The feature also encourages the users to authenticate their profiles by providing their passport, ID proof, employment details and mobile phone number on optional basis, to gain a higher trust score. The higher the score, more are the chances of a user finding a suitable match

·         Safe & discreet: The app facilitates secured storage of user data to ensure that there are no loopholes for hacking. It further ensures that user’s profile can only be viewed by relevant matches and chat option is only available for users who have mutually liked each other. Phew!

·         Values and Adaptability Test: Testing 1…2…3! Check, check. This feature encourages users to answer multiple choice questionnaires, that depict their views not only their lifestyle preferences, but also of the partners they wish to seek

·         Intelligent Recommendation Engine: This distinctive feature of the app creates ‘only relevant’ matches for the user basis his/ her profile, instead of sharing an extensive database

·         No Search, No Spam: Worried about frivolous spammers? Relax! The app does not facilitate a search engine for casual surfing, so that frivolous users cannot spam others unnecessarily

 TrulyMadly – the love app is currently available for free on Google Play Store, on smartphones that support the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS and can be downloaded from the link below:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.trulymadly.android.app

 So what are you waiting for? Grab your Android phones and start your own love story.

About TrulyMadly

TrulyMadly is a new, modern way to find true, mad love, which combines compatibility algorithm based matching with stringent security and validation process to protect and connect likeminded singles. The service connects relevant matches which are carefully selected based on user preferences in a non-imposing manner thereby promoting true and mad love.

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Food Safety Mobile Application for information, learning & food inspection

FoodSafetyHelpline.com introduces food safety mobile app, an application which is being introduced for the first time in India for the convenience of the food business operators in India to understand, learn & implement the requirements in compliance to Food Safety & Standards Act, 2006.

With a growing need of a source which has everything related to the FSSAI compliance needs, Food Business operators can now access all the latest updates & notifications regarding FSSAI regulations plus a self-inspection tool through Food Safety Mobile App.

The mobile application will not only provide the information on FSSAI compliance needs but also features food safety inspection for your business. The mobile app will help the food business community, who are intending to operate with FSSAI regulations with a traceability system at their premises.

Currently the mobile app is available for android phone users.

Download link:  https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.itgc.foodsafety&hl=en

Website: http://foodsafetyhelpline.com/

With Food Safety Inspection tool you can

·         do the audit through the mobile device

·         generate automated report

·         save your cost of hiring a professional firm for Inspection

·         do the audit anytime you wish to do

·         cover multiple locations of your food business

·         identify the gaps in the system and can take corrective action

The mobile app features the customized checklists for Self Inspection on different industry verticals to identify possible gaps in your system.

About FoodSafetyHelpline.com

FoodSafetyHelpline.com is a comprehensive platform of learning & information on the food safety & standards Act, rules & regulations. Food business operators from across the industry are connected with the portal for their regulatory & food operations requirements. FoodSafetyHelpline.com subscribers are FBOs, consultants, suppliers etc who are regularly participating with the activities of this portal.

Cheers!

 

How to make time for reading?

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1. Add it to your schedule with a specific time like an hour before sleeping or in the evening. Only if you make it a daily task you can cultivate the habit, you must add it up in your to-do-list.

2. Switch off the TV –  Cut your Television viewing time to pick that book you’ve been waiting for or you can use the advertising time to flip through as well.

3. Read during commuting – Carrying a book while traveling is one amazing thing you can do for yourself. Read while going to work or heading back home in public transports wherever its convenient and easy.

4. Audiobooks and E-books – There are tons of other options as well if you don’t want to carry a heavy book or if your eyes feel tired after a long day at work. Add e-books and audiobooks for the rescue.

5. Join a book club – Having people around with whom you can share your reviews or read will always keep you motivated to finish off a book. Go for monthly group meetings, gather friends, go for brunch and plan outdoor reading sessions.

6. Space out – Create your personal reading corner inspired by creative interior ideas. Make it as attractive as possible so that you don’t refuse the calling.

7. Read in the bathtub – some things can be very pleasurable, take that book while you enjoy your time alone in a bathtub. Be cautious though and keep a towel handy.

8. Reading date – Take your spouse or partner for a reading date at a library or anywhere special. Read to each other and discuss your perspectives but only if he/she likes it. No point boring someone.

9. Make a reading wish-list – Jot down all the books that you would like to read. Set a monthly or yearly target for the books to be completed.  Keep a log!

10. Blog it – Constantly blog about your thoughts on what you are reading and your reviews.

11. Bookmark collection – Buy a new bookmark for every new book you pick, add it to your collection and see the joy.

When in doubt, go to a library. – J.K Rowling

Reading is sexy 🙂

How to de-charge stress?

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When we soak in a lot of negative energy without releasing it out, we feel blocked, low and stressed. It is important to de-charge stress and create a breathing room to carry on with life. Here are some 51 instant ways to do so –

1. Drink a glass of cold water

2. Turn on the music

3. Write it down

4. Take a stroll in nature

5. Buy flowers

6. Deep breathing

7. Meditation

8. Grab a balloon, bubble wrap or stress-buster ball

9. Dance around, stretching

10.Talk to a friend

11. Eat something fresh

12. Go shopping

13. Sing aloud

14. Grab your sneakers and shorts and go out to play your favourite sport

15. Read on a comfy couch

16. Grab your portraits!! Photography, try photobooth

17. Cuddle an infant

18. Hug a loved one

19. Step out for a Long drive

20. Hit a salon, pamper yourself

21. Watch a movie

22. Scribble, draw, paint

23.  Self-talk

24. Listen to positive podcasts

25. Record your whining

26. Help someone else

27. Dress-up for no reason

28. Buy a gift for someone special

29. Engage yourself in some creativity

30. Blog everyday

31. Explore a new place

32. Visit a religious place

33. Call your friends, be a host

34. Go partying

35. Practice yoga

36. Write to agony aunt

37. Pick up a comic book

38. Gardening

39. Forward a funny text to friends

40. Do crazy stuff

41. Feed a pup

42. Beat a pillow

43. Appreciate a thing

44. Compliment someone, lift someone’s spirits

45. Create Affirmations

46. Vent out in front of a mirror

47. Revisit the best memory

48. Ask for a back-rub

49. Oil your hair

50. Bake cookies

51. Take charge of your life

Relieve stress and Create joy!!

Ruoie

How to wash away monday blues?

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1. Go to bed early on Sundays –  Instead of waking up in hurry, start your day with complete rest and enough sleep.

2. Look forward to your day – when you don’t look forward to your day you automatically switch on the worrier inside you. So stop for a moment and remind yourself that you have the power to make your day awesome.

3. Stop linking Mondays to blue days – we have for no reason made this myth that Mondays are busiest and we are supposed to whine and work our arse off. Hello? Isn’t that just an excuse? prioritize is the key to all problems, stay organized.

4. Wake up early and dress up in your favourite blue color – try this once, wear  your favorite blue dress or that blue shirt. Look good and feel great!

5. Read a motivational quote before checking your mailbox – Before you start your day with a bang on luggage of jobs, read something good, inspirational and highly motivational.

6. Smile all day – smiling is one factor that can keep you at ease with less effort.

7. Stand out – come on stop chanting “monday blues” in the herd. Stand out and say you don’t feel any.. Be different!

If you are feeling blue, paint yourself a different color!

 

How to find your passion in life?

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Came across this very intriguing guide to find your passion in life, couldn’t wait to share with you all!!

The Short but Powerful Guide to Finding Your Passion –

“The supreme accomplishment is to blur the line between work and play.” – Arnold Toynbee

Following your passion can be a tough thing. But figuring out what that passion is can be even more elusive.

This guide won’t be comprehensive, and it won’t find your passion for you. But it will help you in your journey to find it.
Here’s how.

1. What are you good at? Unless you’re just starting out in life, you have some skills or talent, shown some kind of aptitude. Even if you are just starting out, you might have shown some talent when you were young, even as young as elementary school. Have you always been a good writer, speaker, drawer, organizer, builder, teacher, friend? Have you been good at ideas, connecting people, gardening, selling? Give this some thought. Take at least 30 minutes, going over this question — often we forget about things we’ve done well. Think back, as far as you can, to jobs, projects, hobbies. This could be your passion. Or you may have several things. Start a list of potential candidates.

2. What excites you? It may be something at work — a little part of your job that gets you excited. It could be something you do outside of work — a hobby, a side job, something you do as a volunteer or a parent or a spouse or a friend. It could be something you haven’t done in a while. Again, think about this for 30 minutes, or 15 at the least. If you don’t, you’re probably short-changing yourself. Add any answers to your list.

3. What do you read about? What have you spent hours reading about online? What magazines do you look forward to reading? What blogs do you follow? What section of the bookstore do you usually peruse? There may be many topics here — add them to the list.

4. What have you secretly dreamed of? You might have some ridiculous dream job you’ve always wanted to do — to be a novelist, an artist, a designer, an architect, a doctor, an entrepreneur, a programmer. But some fear, some self-doubt, has held you back, has led you to dismiss this idea. Maybe there are several. Add them to the list — no matter how unrealistic.

5. Learn, ask, take notes. OK, you have a list. Pick one thing from the list that excites you most. This is your first candidate. Now read up on it, talk to people who’ve been successful in the field (through their blogs, if they have them, or email). Make a list of notes of things you need to learn, need to improve on, skills you want to master, people to talk to. Study up on it, but don’t make yourself wait too long before diving into the next step.

6. Experiment, try. Here’s where the learning really takes place. If you haven’t been already, start to do the thing you’ve chosen. Maybe you already are, in which case you might be able to skip to the next step or choose a second candidate to try out. But if you haven’t been, start now — just do it. It can be in the privacy of your own home, but as quickly as possible, make it public however you can. This motivates you to improve, it gets you feedback, and your reputation will improve as you do. Pay attention to how you feel doing it — is it something you look forward to, that gets you excited, that you love to share?

7. Narrow things down. I recommend that you pick 3-5 things from your list, if it’s longer than that, and do steps 5 & 6 with them. This could take month, or perhaps you’ve already learned about and tried them all out. So now here’s what you need to ask yourself: which gets you the most excited? Which of these can produce something that people will pay for or get excited about? Which can you see yourself doing for years (even if it’s not a traditional career path)? Pick one, or two at the most, and focus on that. You’re going to do the next three steps with it: banish your fears, find the time, and make it into a career if possible. If it doesn’t work out, you can try the next thing on your list — there’s no shame in giving something a shot and failing, because it’ll teach you valuable lessons that will help you to be successful in the next attempt.

8. Banish your fears. This is the biggest obstacle for most people – self-doubt and fear of failure. You’re going to face it and banish it. First, acknowledge it rather than ignoring or denying it. Second, write it down, to externalize it. Third, feel it, and be OK with having it. Fourth, ask yourself, “What’s the worst that can happen?” Usually it’s not catastrophic. Fifth, prepare yourself for doing it anyway, and then do it. Take small steps, as tiny as possible, and forget about what might happen — focus on what actually is happening, right now. And then celebrate your success, no matter how small.

9. Find the time. Don’t have the time to pursue this passion? Make the time, dammit! If this is a priority, you’ll make the time — rearrange your life until you have the time. This might mean waking earlier, or doing it after work or during lunch, or on weekends. It will probably mean canceling some commitments, simplifying your work routing or doing a lot of work in advance (like you’re going on a vacation). Do what it takes.

10. How to make a living doing it. This doesn’t happen overnight. You need to do something, get good at it, be passionate about it. This could take months or years, but if you’re having fun, that’s what’s most important. When you get to the point where someone would pay you for it, then you’re golden — there are many ways to make a living at that point, including doing freelance or consulting work, making information products such as ebooks, writing a blog and selling advertising. In fact, I recommend you do a blog if you’re not already — it’ll help solidify your thinking, build a reputation, find people who are interested in what you do, demonstrate your knowledge and passion.

I told you this wouldn’t be easy. It’ll require a lot of reflection and soul-searching, at first, then a lot of courage and learning and experimentation, and finally a lot of commitment.

But it’s all worth it — every second, every ounce of courage and effort. Because in the end, you’ll have something that will transform your life in so many ways, will give you that reason to jump out of bed, will make you happy no matter how much you make.

I hope you follow this guide and find success, because I wish on you nothing less than finding your true passion.
“Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” – Confucius

Stay Passionate!

How to relax at work?

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Do you feel grumpy before heading to your office? Working in a stressful job? Bombarded with deadlines? or just too sick of the routine job? May be you have a desk job?

Relax!! Relax your muscles and yes relax while working! Relaxation is the best thing you can do for a healthy and motivated job.

1. Go to work early and start your day with an organized list of to-do things.

2. Take a brief break every hour, get up and stroll around or just lean back in your chair, stretch your neck. Shift your chair position to release muscle tensions!

3. Drink plenty of water. It keeps your head cool and calm try taking out moments to wash your face.

4. Remember to blink your eyes.

5. Be attracted to your workspace: It is important to have a creative and attractive workspace. Reduce clutter, personalize it with your favorite things and include fresh aroma around. It relaxes your eyes and keeps you inspired! Reference : here

6. Stereomood- Its the best online music powerhouse that I personally love listening to while at work. Bring out your headphones during a lunch break and indulge in some pep music.

7.  Lunch Breaks – Make sure to take a full hour lunch break. Walk around to digest your food!

8. Avoid over-intake of caffeine and smoke less!

9. Laugh it off: Crack a joke during breaks, experience light moments and get rid of grudges and stress.

10. Breathe in and Breathe out.

Happy working!

How to add more satisfaction in life?

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Brian Tracy, a well-known motivational speaker states that the only way to be satisfied in your life is through sheer clarity and clarity and only clarity.  Clarity of what you want, how can you get it, what it will take you to reach there, why it is important and every other query with a clear answer in your head. Lack of clarity leads to chaos and a lot of frustration, disappointments and miseries. Knowing what you want and working clearly to get it can sow the seeds of satisfaction in your life. Steps to achieve clarity in life are :

1. Decide – find out what you want to do in each area of your life and be specific.

2. Detailed notes – Write it down, figure out your passion, determine where exactly you want to see yourself in detail.

3. Deadline – set a deadline according to the goal.

4. Consequences – Break down all your goals into sub heads with every consequence that pops up in your head.  Know what all you have to do to embark on the path of achievement.

5. Organise – make a thorough plan, be clear with your expectations and steps.

6. Efforts – every single step a day will take you to your desired destination so put efforts everyday, starting with the most important goal first.

7. You’re only human – don’t be disappointed, believe in yourself and your potential. Try, try and try..

Inspiring quote that I read somewhere – “Game isn’t over until I win”

Live a bang-on life!!

Ruoie

How to cook happily?

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1. Watch two cookery shows per week not to learn the delicious recipes but to observe the process of enjoying whilst a mouth-watering dish take its texture.

2. Act on it – cut, slice, prepare your food the way any amazing chef would do. To enjoy that half an hour business in your kitchen you need to put yourself in the shoes of the most famous chef and work accordingly, donning an apron won’t hurt!

3. Believe – that the moment you enter your kitchen you are going to wash away your days’ stress because cooking is a stress buster. And also know that you get to burn calories while washing dishes and doing household chores!

4. Plan weekly dishes – dig out new recipes, search blogs and try cooking a new dish each week for family or someone special. Go bragging – invite friends over dinner, hight tea and be a host!

5. Hit a book store, fetch cookery magazines, books, and read more about the benefits of certain food or diet.

6. This one is really powerful – flip through home and lifestyle appliances on online shopping portals and see the change. You will realize cooking has become so easy with such multi-tasking products available. Go grocery shopping!

7. Crockery – stuff up your kitchen drawers with beautiful cutlery, mugs, plates, bowls, and everything that is fancy and gives an advantage on your presentation skills. The food you cook has to look good so the most amazing utensils will push you more to tip-toe in happiness while cooking.

Be Delicious!

Ruoie

How to kick-start your mornings?

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They say the mood you wake up with defines your day’s song. So, always sing a beautiful melody and smile the moment you kiss away the sleep.

1. Bring your body to life – while you are half asleep and your eyes are unwilling to open up to the world, try joining your hands – letting the fingers touch each other , stretch your neck, and shake your legs. Wake up like a lazy cat coming back to life.

2. Good Thoughts – our mind starts blabbering very quickly, shut it up and think good. If you are spiritual or religious, chant a mantra but if you are not take long breaths, ease out your face cropping up a smile and wish yourself a very good morning.

3. Warm your senses – fill your room with beautiful things around so you start your day on a happy note.

4. Alarm Clock – of course you need a loud profile for your alarm clock to wake you up. But try some holiday music or something joyous than noisy or aggressive.

5. Water Massage – your morning shower is the best time to re-energize your senses. Take control of your body, thoughts and visualize the way you want to live your day.

6. Talk to yourself – Give yourself a perk up with a pep talk while you dress up.

7. Exercise/ yoga/ meditation – Try adding one of these in your daily routine to pump your physical energy.

8 . Break-fast – Never skip your breakfast and take low-fat, high-fiber food.

9. Daily Notes – Prioritize your day’s tasks and make notes of jobs to be accomplished.

10. Live each moment

Rise and Shine

Ruoie