Live happily

Live Happily is a phrase used to signify the unpredictability of life and despite that one must find contentment and make efforts to stay happy. One must learn to love unconditionally, accept that life will have its ups and downs and tie your happiness to yourself and your goals instead of materialistic objects or people. Practice gratitude and feel happy by appreciating your loved ones and blessings.

Code of Success Deciphered: Power of Believing You Can Improve!

I remember struggling during my early school days with assignments, ensuring ‘neatness’ of handwriting and allocating time to revise for multiple subjects. The pressure and anxiety was too much! It made me cranky, depressed and sad because I was fixated on getting top grades on all subjects.

Losing appetite was habitual and so was the feeling of self-worthlessness when I was unable to get my desired grade. Looking back, it was nothing more than a rat race which I was blindly running in- too focused on triumphing ‘now’ and not being focused on Continue Reading

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5 Things A Day, Keep The Depression Away

Depression is a very dismal phenomena; the very thought of it gives you goose bumps. Once you transcend in to this psychological disorder, your desire of existence become halted. The feeling is relateable to being enclosed in a dark tunnel with no ventilation and or light that would give you a flicker of hope.

Even the best and exciting situations that appear before you would cease to elevate your mood because your mind is not compatible with the surroundings. However, depression may not be a permanent state if you, along with the medical remedy, Continue Reading

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Building Critical Thinking Skills In Children Age 9+

The English Language curriculum has evolved greatly, evident in the new syllabus that was rolled out in 2010. Taking the Oral section for instance, the format has undergone a transformation to become more discussion and conversational based. Gone are the days where candidates simply describe to the examiner what they see in the picture given – a one-way presentation. Continue Reading

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3 Techniques To Break Bad Habits For Good

Getting rid of bad habits is something that is voluntary because adopting them were our own choice in the first place.  We were never taught by our parents or teachers to prick our nose, bite our nails, throw our dirty socks under our beds, stay glued to television and smart phones screens or overeat to our mouths. Continue Reading

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Can Money Buy Happiness?

People’s lives face a rollercoaster of events, their subjective nature of reactions can be highly determined with the monetary influences in each situation. By researching human lives and their subsequent reactions in the course of events, scientists have objectively concluded upon a Hedonic treadmill that concludes that if people get what they dream intensely for in their lives, they will not retain that level of happiness for a long time.

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7 Must Read Books For New Parents

Although an entire category has now evolved to address and tackle ‘parenting’ writing- lets be fair, the general perception usually is that books will either cause one to puke or to snooze.

New parents are in need of help but parenting books may still leave a lot to be desired. Some of them are plain boring, some narrate horrors of the ‘new life’ (which frankly intimidate new parents even more), some try to be humors (but are not!) and some are plain bad. Continue Reading

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5 Benefits To Embrace Failure

Success in life isn’t everything. People learn a lot more from embracing a particular failure, than from all the successes in their life. Failure can be a shock but if this bitter pill is swallowed gracefully, you come out a much stronger, better and a humbler person at the other end. Continue Reading

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Should we be happy with being average?

We all dream to make it big in life- this is an aspiration, however most psychological traits are normally distributed- this means, 65% of all people will have an average personality, intelligence, memory, life etc- this is a fact. Is being average bad?

This is a question which is increasingly gaining attention. There are billions of people in this world but not everybody can have brains like Steve Jobs, play basketball like Michael Jordan or write like Shakespeare- can they?

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Unlock the Hidden Power of Positivity

Positivity is one of the best traits a person can possess. An optimistic personality is one of the happiest, calmest and most peaceful personality in a human body. However, positivity doesn’t come naturally to everyone. Continue Reading

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Raising Grateful Kids In An Entitled World

Raising Grateful Kids in an Entitled World- a book by Kristen Welch beautifully narrates how learning to say ‘no’ can in fact lead to the biggest ‘yes’ in life for a family. Continue Reading

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