In today's hyperconnected world, the state of being unavailable is losing its credibility. We are at an age where connections are at our fingertips. When we connect with someone, we are always looking for the fast reply. This is one example of instant gratification. Think back. How many times had someone called you incessantly after… Continue reading (Not) Always Available
Goals are essential while navigating through the journey of life. Especially during this time. We are motivated and enthusiastic about making a change. If not dealt with properly, it can become demotivating in the long run. We do not want that, do we? We want our goals to fuel us, not slow us down in… Continue reading The Three-Tier Method: How to set goals and crush them?
Note: The author kindly sent me a PDF version of his book in exchange for my honest review. A huge thank you to the author for letting me be a part of it. Name: Health Mind Soul: 8 Steps To Finding Your Inner Peace Author: Jeff Simpson Genre/s: Self-help Book in One Sentence The book talks… Continue reading Book Review #9: ‘Health Mind Soul: 8 Steps To Finding Your Inner Peace’
I was 8 years old when my dad issued Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone from the library for me. Although I do not remember the exact moment about how I felt when I opened the book and started reading, the very concept of a story opened up a whole new world for me. A… Continue reading Why should you read?
After experimenting with my schedule for sometime this year, I fixed a biweekly posting frequency on this blog. I planned to post every Wednesday and Saturday. However, last Saturday, I diverted from the said frequency. I don’t have an excuse apart from that life got in the way. Could I have still posted it accordingly?… Continue reading It’s okay to take a break
Since the beginning of this week, I have been feeling a bit down in terms of health. So, I could not get any writing done. I had a plan to post a book review today, but I have a lot on my plate right now, so I couldn't proceed according to the plan. However, I… Continue reading Interesting Reads: Links
A couple of weeks ago, I published an updated version of my favourite quotes. Since I had written about my favourite mantras a few months prior to that, I thought of updating it too. So here is a list of more mantras that I've added to the record since the last time. Begin.Make time.Express yourself.Trust… Continue reading More of my favourite mantras
Why saying 'yes' is the norm? In today's world, saying 'yes' is kind of a default. We are in this constant need for validation and while the majority of it comes from likes and comments, saying 'yes' to people even when reluctant, plays a huge role in defining our personalities and priorities. The taboo of… Continue reading The art of saying ‘no’
I spent a good ole evening wondering how to start. The raging headache, accompanying me since today morning, isn't helping at all. I have a lot to say. However, I hesitate because of my private nature. Nonetheless, I thought of penning down my thoughts and see how it goes. Looking back, I feel like I… Continue reading One step at a time
Recently, I completed Martin Manser's Secrets: Time Management. I picked up the book at a book fair for just half the price and I must admit, it was worth it. Martin Manser pens down various practical tips to manage your time effectively and be intentional with your productivity. So, after reading the book, I decided… Continue reading Time Management Tips (‘Secrets’ Edition)