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    Square Yards CEO plays sports to pamper himself, says sleep is a healer & stress buster

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    Travelling is always on top of Tanuj Shori's wish-list.

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    Tanuj Shori shares his revival kit that includes travel, gadgets and fitness.
    Travelling is always on top of Tanuj Shori, Founder and CEO of Square Yards' wish list. "You could safely call me a hodophile, so the moment restrictions ease, a trip is on the cards," he tells ET Panache.

    Holiday hope
    "I am a roadie at heart and the standard operating procedure for me is to land, rent a car, and munch miles. If I were to do it solo, my destination of choice is Europe and when in a group, Iceland cuts the ice with me well," he says.

    Pamper time
    "I have always loved sports and I like being out there in the thick of things far more than being a spectator. Padding up for the pitch or gearing up for white water rapids is what pampering truly means to me and I am eagerly looking forward to that," he says.

    Favourite feast
    "Urban Tadka in Mumbai tops that list of favourites and I cannot wait to get back there for a no holds barred meal," he says.

    Shopping spree
    "I am not a shopaholic per se, and I cannot really think of something I missed buying pre-lockdown or a thing I am looking forward to buying when restrictions ease. In general, however, I prefer shopping in the US," he says.

    Gadget go tos
    "We have always been a multi-geography, tech-heavy setup, so most of our ops have remained unchanged through the pandemic. I have, however, invested in some high-quality video gear and apps lately," he says.

    Challenge accepted
    "I have taken up a fitness challenge and over the past few months of hard work and self-discipline, I feel quite on top of the fitness game right now," he says.

    Fitness first
    "I workout every day without fail and follow a regime that covers cardio, stamina, and core strength building exercises primarily," he says.

    Hobby highlights
    "When you love what you do, it becomes your profession, your hobby, and your passion, they say. With my work schedule and the fact that we operate in nine countries across numerous time zones, I am spread quite thin and find little time for hobbies. That aside, lately I have taken up reading as a hobby and I feel this one might just stick around," he says.

    Reboot
    "For me, sleep is the greatest nourisher, healer, and stress buster and I use it every day to stay upbeat and at peak form," he says.

    "I feel that being well-groomed is extremely important even during the pandemic because I need to be on video calls with my teams and other work-related people who always need to see me looking sharp and good. I have tried new looks on and off and am growing my hair long and sporting a matching beard these days," he ends.


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