E for Emergency Exit #AToZChallenge

Will you be kind and give me a push.
Will you be kind and give me a push.

I am dead sure you must have seen this sign at your workplace. It has to be there, somewhere in your office. If you haven’t seen it yet it is high time you go and look for it. You never know when It can be your life savior. It might sound lame of me to write on this but ever since the day I started with this challenge I was sure for this. It has to be Emergency Exit for E.

Generally we ignore the significance of this exit. First things first you should know where is the emergency exit on your floor. Second thing you really don’t need an emergency to use this exit. I often see people using lift for just one or two floor. I don’t know their part but they seem to look healthy enough to climb one or two floors. Use that emergency exit stairs to climb up to your floor. It might make you sweat a little but it is for your own good. Take stairs and be healthy, those stairs can definitely be the emergency exit stairs.

My seating location is at first floor and I take the stairs every time. You might think I am boasting here but isn’t it worth it. I have a resolution of not taking the lift till three floors, it if is beyond that I do take the lift. No I am not deviating form the topic. I am just trying to raise the curtain and introduce you to your daily dose of health – The Emergency Exit.




  1. Hello! Nice & creative topic. I always like things that are so ordinary that they fade into the background be given a little spotlight. Just stopping by from Blogging A to Z.

  2. Thank you for joining the 2015 Blogging from A to Z Challenge.
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