Six weeks ago, I decided to take a break from my personal instagram. I went in with zero expectations. To be honest, I went into it expecting to fail and log back in within a week or two, but I surprised myself by staying off for six. Here’s what happened in the last six weeks.
Category: How-Tos & Guides
Working mom (or not), we gotchu. Here are a few things we’ve tried (and bought) that have made this incredibly stressful time, slightly less horrible.
Between the general anxiety that adulthood imposes upon us and the Netflix bingeing, a lot of us haven’t been able to the time to read. And that’s unfortunate, because reading is immensely pleasurable and be a source of great comfort during harder times, like right now. Here are some ways to find your way back to your favourite reads!
A quarter of 2021 is now past us. And yet, it still feels very much like an extension of April last year. The rut is very much real. I was in a funk a few weeks ago and I’m still figuring my way out of the cycle. I thought I’d share what I’m doing so if you’ve been feeling the same way, I hope you find this useful!
Are you making progress at work? Here are 4 holistic ways to measure it.
Grad school is a great life experience, but it doesn’t come without risks and uncertainties. Here’s what you need to consider before you go.
Entrepreneurship is often portrayed to be something that’s very sexy and appealing, but it can also be extremely stressful. And one of the most crucial ways to reduce stress is by having a strong financial foundation. Here’s how you can save for your dream business.
I’ve often found myself feeling a bit overwhelmed at every thing I have to do. They’re absolutely regular things. They’re things all of you do — heck, you probably do more. I’m sure one among them is managing responsibilities at work. But it obviously doesn’t happen in isolation because along with with it, you’re managing your […]
Is self care an essential? Is it expensive? Time-consuming? I wrote about what self care means to me and how I approach it.
For some, leadership comes naturally. But for some others, it must be learned. Here’s how you can lead when you’re not a natural leader.