The classic Christmas celebrations of gathering around the tree, opening presents and enjoying delicious food with friends and family during the holiday season is something we all look forward to. However, amidst the pandemic, the way we conduct our celebratory
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54J4rkfuXec I procrastinated writing this article until I ironically realised that I was being super unkind to myself by doing so. Now, you must be thinking: What is she on about? Isn’t not doing work a good thing? Don’t you need a breather? Yes and
Being unkind, it happens in numerous ways. Unintentionally or intentionally. On social media, or via email, and undoubtedly, on gaming platforms. Allow me to list two from a long list: Direct unkindness - Because “it’s not a big deal”: “You take pictures
https://youtu.be/cXQ9yKTBpyU “Sometimes it takes only one act of kindness and caring to change a person’s life.” – Jackie Chan Imagine you had a tough day at university and upon returning home, your neighbor surprises you with a scrumptious dinner. Imagine, you have
Quarantining [kwar-uhn-teen-iin] verb The act of knowing better since the first quarantine and supplying yourself with essentials and goodies. Figure 1: The Creation of Adam, Michelangelo (1512). Image credits: Unsplash. Many countries have reintroduced restrictions with a second lockdown to limit the expansion of the coronavirus.
The past few years have seen a massive demand for reward programmes. These applications may have had a subliminal presence before, but now have gained immense popularity. Owing to the heavy usage of these mobile applications, the trend of money-saving