High Back Office Chair

As #wfh continues through end of July, I don’t think I’ll be getting back to office anytime soon. The only thing I missed being in office was the chair. I had a tough time without a proper chair at home. After a month of sittingin hard plastic chairs or the bed, I started having my tailbone ache a lot. Once the lockdown was lifted, I went around to find some comfortable chairs. After some searching, I bought this at Bathra Furniture for ₹ 6700.
It comes with a nice removable headrest and also adjustable support for the back.

My FitBit strap came apart a week back. This is my second replacement band for my FitBit Ionic. Given the #covid-19 situation, getting a replacement band was tough. Most of the sellers had shut shop and no one makes bans for Ionic anymore. I saw a lot of bands for FitBit Charge and Versa though.

TASLAR Two Toned Perforated Adjustable Wristband Strap Soft Silicone Band Compatible with Fitbit Ionic (Black Gray)

A replacement band for my FitBit Ionic for ₹ 699.

The first impression is this strap looks rubbery. The process of tightening the strap is ridiculous. They could’ve made it a lot simpler.

I had a couple of vouchers from trends when Sophia had purchased clothes. Since it was time for me to replace a couple of worn-out linen shirts.

  1. White and Blue Linen Half-Sleeve Shirt

    A white linen shirt with blue blocked floral patterns from Crimsoune Club for ₹ 1499.00.

  2. Khaki and Green Linen Half Sleeve Shirt

    A khaki linen shirt with olive green plant patterns from Crimsoune Club for ₹ 1499.00.


This is going to be my mode of commute for the foreseeable future.
I had named my previous ride, an Activa 2010 edition as the Red Devil. Two reasons for that, it was red and I am a ManUtd fan.
So this time around, this one is going to be the Scarlet Destrier. Why? Well, Scarlet because this vehicle has a matte red or scarlet finish. The TVS Motors company has a red horse in its logo and another favourite team of mine favours the color red and also features a horse on its badge. A Destrier is a warhorse of yore that knights usually rode on.
Yeah, naming things are always hard.