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What you need to consider before choosing student housing in India

26 August 2021


Moving out of house to live in another city for higher education is one of the biggest decisions that one takes in life. As a university or college student, many elements come into play that might help you have some successful years at the institution. One of these is the student accommodation you select, which serves as your home away from home.

Unlike ordinary rentals or flats, housing facilities specifically designed for students allow you to mingle with and connect with other students. This is really helpful in keeping you sane during your time at the university. Nobody is an island, especially not during your university years, when you should be having the time of your life. So, staying in an environment where you get like-minded people and which provides the right balance between independence and self-sufficiency is definitely important.

But, before you think of  enjoying all of these benefits, remember that finding the right student housing is sometimes easier said than done. There are so many to select from that if you don’t know where to begin or how to get started, you may become overwhelmed by the options. Choosing the best student accommodation for yourself might be a difficult process, so here’s a list of some of the most significant things to keep in mind when looking for such places:


You will store your personal possessions in your student housing since it will be your safe haven during your college years. Depending on your regular routine, you may find yourself leaving cash, a laptop, or other valuables in your room all the time. With this in mind, one of the things you should think about is the location’s general security.

Spend more time evaluating the security of your chosen apartment before paying the lease and signing a contract. Check to see whether the property has security cameras and if the locks are safe enough. It’s also crucial to inquire about the security personnel who will monitor the area on a regular basis. The more security measures that are implemented, the better.

Reliable Internet Connection

For college students, having a reliable and fast internet connection is essential. You’ll almost certainly require internet access 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It will be necessary for conducting research and writing papers. Internet connection is also important for you so that you can constantly communicate with your family. As a result, when looking for student housing, make sure to check if the property has a stable internet connection and if you’ll have to pay extra for it.

Access to Essential Services

Check to see if there are any nearby laundry services, gyms, cafeterias, or study rooms that you can utilise. This isn’t a big deal if you’re staying in a student housing place that provides these services in-house, but it’s a big deal if these aren’t available readily. As a result, make sure you choose a location that is close to important services and businesses.

Fun and Activity Areas

It’s never a bad idea to enjoy yourself and make the most of your college experience. So, when looking for student accommodation, seek a place with activity spaces where you may relax after examinations with your best friends. This could be anything from a chill zone, a gaming area, a café, to a basketball court.

If there aren’t any activity areas inside the property, see if there are any nearby locations you can go to relax and have some spare time.

Included Rent or Hidden Additional Cost

Not all landlords are looking out for your best interests. Some landlords take advantage of inexperienced students by keeping costs hidden until the contract is signed. If you don’t want this to happen, be sure to inquire about your monthly rent’s exclusions.

You might worry if the student accommodation you discovered is too good to be true if the price is too cheap. It may be the real deal, but in most of these situations, the monthly expenses are yet to be included. If you intend to live on campus, you won’t have to worry about it because your rent will usually include internet and other amenities. If you choose private housing, check to see if your bills are included in your rent; if not, be sure you know how much they are each month.


When looking for the best student accommodation, consider amenities such as inexpensive food alternatives, supermarkets, police stations, and medical facilities, among others. With these facilities, you can be sure that you won’t have to spend a fortune on meals or shopping when you go out. You’ll also have peace of mind knowing that emergency services are readily accessible. Proximity to your college or university is also one important factor that you need to consider. Choosing a student accommodation which is at a short distance from your college or university can save you a lot on travelling time and cost.

Staff Demeanour

You’ll be dealing with the housing facility’s employees on a frequent basis. At the very least, you’ll have to deal with them once a month when you pay your rent and utilities. Because you’ll be interacting with the housing staff on a daily basis, the last thing you’ll want to deal with is someone with a negative attitude. Keep in mind that these individuals are crucial in ensuring that you feel welcomed, comfortable, and safe at the place where you may spend the next few years of your life.

It’s certain that you’ll be faced with several options as you prepare for university. One of the most important decisions you’ll make is where you’ll live as a student. When you get home to your student housing after a long day at school, it’s nice to have that shelter and relax. It’s more than simply a study and sleeping space for you. It should, among other things, be appealing, pleasant, and secure. As you can see, there are several variables to consider while selecting the best one for you. Just make sure you check through each one thoroughly before making your decision.

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Our education system needs real subjects! Here’s which

26 August 2021


Education entails much more than simply sitting in a classroom and learning the core subjects of science, mathematics, languages, social sciences, and physical education which are all part of the core school curriculum currently. Secondary schools in India differ widely, but there are a few important life skills that schools do not address that would have been beneficial to acquire as a teenager rather than being pushed into the adult world and left for the student to figure it out on their own.

Most individuals spend 12 years or more at school, that’s almost 15% of their lives, assuming an average lifetime of 80 years. So, in these 12 most important years of your life, the overall objective of getting education should be to make you self-sufficient and contribute positively to our socioeconomic system. However, we’ve been utilising less and less of what we learned in school lately, and now with time, we’ve uncovered new abilities that are critical to success but weren’t taught in school. Unfortunately, the present education system hasn’t done a particularly good job in the previous few decades. It’s adequate, but it could certainly be better in terms of efficiency and efficacy. 

By bringing out these shortcomings, we are trying to suggest that certain subjects should be brought to the classroom as positive, non-examinable additions to the normal classes that help students develop themselves beyond academics. Students’ brains would be more open to other cultures and ideas, they would gain essential skills for independent life, and they would be taught to appreciate and be more conscious of themselves and others.

Here’s a list of the subjects that should be added to our education system:

Financial Literacy  

The math that is taught in schools does not provide any direct benefits to anyone. You won’t need your geometry or algebra to pay your taxes, and you won’t have to use algebra at the grocery store. Those children who were not lucky enough to grow up in a family where money was handled responsibly will have a difficult time adjusting to life in the real world. Money management is a big mystery of life for those kids who have never had to deal with financial responsibilities.

How to budget so you can keep the lights on, what are deductibles and how to utilise them to balance your life financially, these are all extremely important skills that one must learn for themself. The greater concern is that, if not handled properly, a lack of awareness of how taxes operate can lead to significant difficulties. Credit cards (and their risks), saving ideas and interest rates, sensible methods to invest your money, taxes, and debt management should all be taught to teenagers.

Mental Health

Today, mental illness is a major problem in our society. Over 90 million Indians suffer from some mental illness- from ADHD to anxiety to depression. However, teenagers are almost never taught about these issues at school.

These figures are staggering, and our failure to address mental health issues is causing our society to become increasingly unstable. The fact that pharmaceutical firms are cashing in on this trend should serve as a stark reminder of how serious the problem is.

Schools have recently added a strong focus on physical fitness, which is fantastic, but mental health is just as essential. Especially for the youth! Stress management techniques, depression and addiction behaviors, and just knowing how to have open and transparent discussions about our mental health can only be beneficial. Young people are more likely to commit suicide, therefore encouraging teenagers to talk about their thoughts and worries from an early age would be a major step. Students need to learn how to look after themselves and their bodies. Understanding how your body functions, what it needs to run more efficiently and removing the taboo of mental illness by educating students about these topics is something that should be mandatory everywhere.

Sexual Education

Because teachers and educators or parents don’t want to have awkward talks with students, which they deem taboo in their own lives, the youngsters are left wondering and must fill in the blanks on their own. We’re left in a society with children having their own children due to a lack of adequate sexual education. You have no idea what you’re doing with your own life when you’re 16, so being the guiding light for a friend is absolutely not something you’re ready for.

Sexuality education offers good outcomes, such as enhancing young people’s understanding and attitudes about sexual and reproductive health and behaviours. Also, many topics like gender or sexual orientation of different people are a taboo in our country. Because of a lack of education in the society, there is wide unacceptance of the diversity of people. 

Schools can play a major role in removing this taboo and educating teenagers about topics that they usually learn about from the internet or other fellow friends (which at most times is either misunderstood or its incomplete information). It will also encourage the youth to grow with an inclusive and accepting attitude. While incorporating a comprehensive sex-ed curriculum, the main focus should be on instilling healthy sexual attitudes in children and young people, as well as giving them and their parents with the information they need to make educated and responsible decisions.

Though learning anything new is never a waste of time, you didn’t waste your time with those regular classes. If you learn social skills, finance management, and good mental health, you may improve your quality of life and mind. It’s worth rethinking what we teach and are taught in the classroom, as well as which courses could help kids prepare for life after school.

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Here are the top 5 best student hubs in India (Number 1 is obvious!)

26 August 2021


India has always been a centre for education, with colleges dedicated to both academic and non-academic fields. Every year, students go to different locations in order to compete for college admissions. Have you ever wondered what the top student hubs are that attract the most students, and what the magnets are that draw students to these towns? Here’s a list of the top 5 cities to be in as a student:


Pune, termed as “The Oxford of the East” by Jawaharlal Nehru, is a major educational centre because of its vast number of educational institutions. One of India’s major institutions, Savitribai Phule Pune University, provides courses in Humanities, Arts, and Commerce. Pune also has the Symbiosis International University, one of the country’s major private institutions.

Pune is recognised for its employment possibilities, beautiful environment, and reputation as one of India’s safest cities. Pune is extremely liveable and a youth centre because of its dynamic student and young professional population. Pune is one of the best locations for MBA and Undergraduate programmes since the mood is highly multicultural and Hindi is widely spoken.

Positives: Low cost of living, abundance of cafés, pubs, bars, and nightclubs, and many food establishments open till late, making it very handy for the student population.
Negatives: Public transportation is poor and makes travel a pain unless you have your own vehicle.


The Indian tech capital has also attracted a lot of students. Bengaluru, which has a mild and pleasant environment all year, is home to the majority of Indian IT companies. The city is teeming with tech-savvy youth, making it one of the most appealing places for international tech companies. Bengaluru has a plethora of music and cultural events, many of which are popular among students.

This bustling city has a plethora of renowned universities where students may study sciences, humanities, and law. You may apply for Humanities and Management courses at Christ University here. The Indian Institute of Science (IISc) is widely considered as India’s top institution, offering courses in advanced sciences and mathematics. The National Law School of India University is the finest option for BA LLB studies.

Positives: Known as the “start-up capital,” Bengaluru has a plethora of job options.
Negatives: The cost of living is expensive, and you will need to pay a significant amount of money to live. Bengaluru is the most expensive Indian city to live in, according to the Consumer Price Index (CPI) of the Reserve Bank of India!

New Delhi

Premier colleges with the craziest cut-offs in the subcontinent may be found in Delhi. Delhi is one of the world’s fastest expanding metropolises, with its satellite cities of Noida and Gurugram together known as NCR. The University of Delhi attracts the brightest students who consistently excel in board examinations. For Arts and Humanities, DU is the most preferred option. DU has a number of colleges that provide a variety of courses such as law, business studies, and commerce. The greatest medical college in the country, AIIMS, is located in Delhi for aspiring physicians. The Jawaharlal Nehru University, one of the country’s premier institutions, is also located in Delhi.

The public transportation system is well-developed, and metros operate on schedule, making travel for students convenient. Because most publishing firms are located in Delhi-NCR, books and other reading materials are sold at a reasonable cost. On the social front, Delhi boasts a thriving nightlife, with a plethora of pubs, restaurants, and clubs playing till 1 a.m. The blooming markets of the can cater to a wide range of budgets.

Positives: A progressive and laid-back city with a thriving art, literary, and cultural scene as well as a startup hotspot.
Negatives: Security is a major worry; the city has been in the headlines for attacks against women.


Chennai, India’s southernmost metropolis and home to the country’s longest coastline, is a hotspot of technological education and skill. With its affordable pricing structure, Chennai earns brownie points for its technical colleges and higher educational institutions. Through its associated institutions, Anna University provides Engineering and Technology courses. SRM University provides Humanities and Science courses. Courses in Marine Technology and Logistics are available at the Indian Maritime University.

The capital of Tamil Nadu is one of the country’s largest cultural melting pots. There are several restaurants that provide traditional south Indian food, as well as those that serve foreign cuisine. Buses are inexpensive, therefore travel is inexpensive. On the social front, there is no nightlife; there are no nightclubs or bars.

Positives: Lower living costs, secure city, however minor thievery (muggings, pickpocketing, etc.) occurs in congested places.
Negatives: Because autorickshaws do not operate on metres, they are costly; Hindi is not widely spoken.


Mumbai-the city that never sleeps, is the city to go if you want to study media and commerce. As the country’s financial capital, Mumbai has a plethora of commerce colleges, including St. Xavier’s College and Mumbai University. MBA programmes are also available at the Mumbai University. We also have the renowned IIT Bombay, which offers Engineering and Science degrees.

The entertainment sector draws young people to India’s City of Dreams for schooling and employment possibilities. It is quite popular among young students for its hangout areas and beautiful beaches. Mumbai, which is closer to Pune, also attracts weekend course takers. With a bustling nightlife, restaurants, and famed street cuisine, Mumbai is a busy, cosmopolitan, progressive, and open-minded city.

Positives: Excellent transport system with buses, cars, and locals running around the city; safe environment for students and office workers.
Negatives: The distances are too long so you’ll have to add an hour or two to your schedule simply to get somewhere on time.

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Feeling lazy? Here are 3 ways to maximise your productivity!

26 August 2021


“I’ll do it later”-  That is what your brain keeps telling you repeatedly as you gather all of your snacky foods, snuggle up in the cosiest corner of your room and scroll through your Netflix watchlist. All the while, your assignment deadlines are nearby, your room is a total mess, and you also have to prepare for your internal exams that are due next week. When you’re just near the deadline and hurrying through all the work together at the last minute, you’ll undoubtedly wonder, “Why am I this lazy?” 

But do not worry. We’ve got your back. Your laziness is more of a symptom than a problem. That means you’ll have to dig deep (very very deep) if you want to get to the root of your laziness and start reaching your goals. Is it going to be difficult? Yes, absolutely! So, why should you do it? Because it makes you feel fantastic. It gives you a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction. And what is even better is that you can try turning your laziness into something productive. 

Adding to your laziness is the fact that you’re at home! Everything is a distraction when you have your phone, TV, laptop and your favourite bed, all beside you. Many of these distractions aren’t even present in school. So, even the most responsible student will not be able to be very productive and study effectively. But of course, every problem has a solution. There are a few easy things you may do in your daily life to ensure that your laziness doesn’t win and that you’re productive. Check out these 3 easy-to-implement ways to make the best use of your time-

Exercise and kick off the laziness

Exercise is probably the last thing on your mind when you are exhausted and lethargic. Moving your body, on the other hand, can make you feel more energised and productive overall.

Exercising is widely recognised for providing your body with the endorphins and serotonin it requires to be calm, concentrated, and productive during the day. The disadvantage of studying at home is that you are unlikely to have access to a gym where you can have an intense hour-long workout. While you won’t be able to complete a full workout if you’re trapped at home, there are some simple activities you can do to boost your productivity. You can do exercises like crunches, push-ups, and jumping jacks if you have an empty and clean area in your house. There are a multitude of YouTube videos for quick 5 minute workouts available, and they don’t have to be monotonous- aerobics or dance workout videos are also available! You can also go for a brief walk or run to get your blood circulating before you start exercising. If nothing works, walk around your house- it is more exercise than you would imagine.

Exercising daily and being healthy will not only benefit you in the long run, but will also help you be more productive in your day-to-day activities.

Take Breaks Occasionally

Taking a break, believe it or not, will really boost your productivity. Students who attempt to study for hours at a time do not utilise their full potential. Our brain can only process a limited amount of new information before it becomes tired and our retention decreases.

We can only experience more tension and exhaustion if we push our minds past their limits. Regular breaks will aid in reversing this tendency and maximising your productivity. You may be accustomed to long work days with only one lunch break at schools and colleges. However, the notion of regular short breaks will be reintroduced into your adult learning.Find a plan that fits you, whether it’s 5 minutes every hour or 30 minutes a couple times a day. Everyone’s ideal study schedule is different, but the most essential thing is to adhere to it.  

Establishing a regular break schedule will also provide you with a series of little deadlines to work toward, which will motivate you to complete a task more quickly. Regular breaks provide a number of advantages, including helping you retain knowledge, comprehend the big picture, nurture your creativity, and adopt healthier habits, all of which will help you work more successfully and effectively.

Go for a Digital Detox

Phones, tablets, TVs, laptops, and gaming consoles – displays are everywhere these days, and they’re all full of games and applications meant to keep you from being productive. Even when we aren’t looking at them, our phones are the leading source of distraction. Our phones are always buzzing with push alerts, text messages, and emails. Even if you don’t reply to a notification, the act of getting one is enough to keep you distracted.

If you’re having problems concentrating, the simplest answer is to do the unimaginable and turn off all of your gadgets. Yes, you heard it right- it’s time to get the digital detox! Place your phone in a drawer or in a different room. Alternatively, you might go to the library to study and leave your phone at home. We promise that when you return, Instagram will still be there! You’ll enhance your attention and concentration by taking a break from technology, which will help you be more productive at work.

Taking a lazy day off sometimes is fine. There’s nothing wrong with it, so don’t worry about it. It’s known as a day off, and it’s a wonderful thing. But it becomes an issue when every day is a “lazy day.” Sometimes all we need is a good kick to get us up and running so we can take care of things that are important. Work smarter instead of working harder and you will have your way of being lazy and productive all at the same time.

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Bored of books? Here are 5 apps to help students study!

26 August 2021


It’s not easy being a student, and with so many distractions all around us, it’s no surprise that many of us struggle to manage our time and stay focused on our studies. And the boring element of black and white books makes it even worse. Sitting at your desk with 10 different books and notebooks opened just to find the last minute important points you marked, or always having to find pen and paper to note something important all sound like similar problems, right?

Well, we get you. As a student, it is difficult to have academic excellence by having to sit with books all day long. Also time management is a very important skill for academic achievement as it also allows you to devote time to your other interests and take care of your physical and emotional health as well. In today’s time, apps are available for almost everything, and no wonder there are apps that can take your books away from you and still help you score good. Here are 5 student-friendly apps that will surely help you stay focused and study hassle-free:

My Study Life

Do you frequently fail to complete an assignment by the deadline? To keep track of all you need to accomplish, you’ll need a clever task organiser. They ensure that you are able to not only complete your assigned task on time but also increase your productivity by using real-time reminders and some inputs.

My Study Life is an all-in-one student organiser that can sync your calendar with your schedules and class timetables. It is available for Android, iOS, Windows, and Chrome for free. You can set reminders that alert you about undone assignments as well as inform about scheduled classes and examinations. It has a task organiser that goes beyond a standard to-do list and includes features tailored for student life. It also syncs across all of your devices, saves everything to the cloud, and is accessible even when you’re not connected to the internet. As a result, you may write a document offline, then save it to the cloud and attach it to a task and schedule. No more worrying about missing out the deadline after you have My Study Life!


You may use the OneNote app on your smartphone as well as on your PC to take notes (available for both Android and iOS). Because the notes are synced, you can be assured that all of your notes will be accessible regardless of whatever device you use. If you’ve used OneNote previously, most of the functions you’ll discover in this app are ones you’re already acquainted with. One thing to keep in mind is that unless you’re logged in with a Microsoft account, you’ll just be able to take a brief note and the synchronisation will fail.

In terms of the software, it is one of the greatest note-taking apps available for both iOS and Android. To organise your notes, you may create various notebooks. Each note can also have multiple parts to help you better organise your notes. You may create several pages in a note where you can type using the virtual keyboard, add images, record a voice message, draw with your finger or a stylus, and even add checkboxes. You may use the search tool in the OneNote app to find the exact note you’re searching for. Now, you don’t have to waste time searching for different notebooks to write down your important notes and find them in the fractions of a second!

Oxford Dictionary

Oxford Dictionary is among the most renowned dictionary applications available for iOS and Android, with over 350,000 words and phrases in its database. The app also has a huge number of specialised words that might assist you in learning a new language. If you’re attempting to improve your pronunciation or speak correctly, the audio pronunciations of both common and uncommon terms might be quite useful. Another noteworthy feature of this app is the ability to create custom folders with a list of terms, which might help you establish a strong vocabulary.

In terms of customisation, the Oxford Dictionary has a distinct advantage over several other well-known competitors. You may customise the app to make learning more enjoyable based on your preferences. Furthermore, it has a useful offline option (which is paid) that allows you to continue studying even if you don’t have access to the internet. You won’t have to run to the library to find a thick dictionary to know the meaning of a certain word, Oxford Dictionary is the app you need.

Office Lens

It is not always possible for everyone to attend every class. All of us are likely to skip a lesson at some point in the future for various reasons. It becomes quite difficult to cover all of the notes by copying them down in this scenario, therefore most of us take photographs of them to save them in digital form. However, when it’s time to study from them, everything appears to be so haphazard that it seems almost impossible to even understand a word. Well, you can avoid this if you use the Office Lens app.

Office Lens just accomplishes one thing, which is to take photographs. It’s not like the ones you use to shoot with your smartphone camera app; instead, it’s designed particularly for document capturing. The end effect would be perfect regardless of the angle from which you took the photo. The app also allows users to capture pictures from a variety of sources, including papers, whiteboards, and business cards. You may organise your photos directly within the app and create a PDF of them all. You can, for example, produce a pdf that represents a lecture or a chapter. These functions are quite beneficial. Furthermore, you may even help a friend by quickly sending them the pdf of the notes.

GeoGebra Graphing Calculator

If geometry isn’t your best subject, plotting graphs from basic equations and vice versa may be challenging. While there are several techniques to double-check your answers, the majority of them are time-consuming. If you have the GeoGebra Graphing Calculator downloaded on your smartphone, however, the process can be done in a matter of seconds.

You can enter up to three variables in an equation, and the graph will be displayed in seconds. In addition, the equations might be inequalities with absolute or exponential variables. You may also make graphs with your finger or with different software tools offered within the programme, such as lines, circles, tangents, and so on. The visual colorful representation of the graphs will make you fall in love with the subject. No more being scared of Geometry- it will be a cakewalk with the GeoGebra Graphing Calculator App. 

You can study more effectively without becoming bored now that you know about some of the finest studying apps for students. You may use all of these wonderful applications on this list as long as you can keep yourself from becoming distracted by other apps on your smartphone. So study smart and score good!

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The basics of mindfulness

More than at any other period in recent history, the COVID-19 pandemic, current events, and natural calamities have pervaded our lives in the last eight months. Many of us are overwhelmed and even powerless, but adopting a more optimistic mindset can help us get through these difficult moments.

The current situation of the globe might make it difficult not to feel overwhelmed. However, in times like these you may take proactive actions to boost your mood even when you’re stressed or anxious.

Be Aware Of your News Consumption

The goal of today’s news shows is to entice viewers and keep them coming back for more. Get the information you require and then turn it off. Also, think about the sources and make sure they’re trustworthy. While social media may appear to be full of negative news, it is also a vital tool for many people to keep informed and connected with friends and family. Keeping your phone out of your bedroom or forcing screen-free time on yourself might help you balance the negative aspects of social media with the positive aspects.

Take one day at a time

It would be better to spend less time striving to be happy and more time focusing on the small things that make us happy. Consider beginning each day by recognizing/writing three things for which you are grateful.

Mindfulness is a technique for being more conscious of oneself and one’s surroundings. You may think of it as a technique to get a clearer view of your life and daily events. Mindfulness may be achieved through a variety of methods, including breathing exercises, yoga, and more. The goal is to keep you focused on the current moment rather than worrying about job, money, or other concerns that might detract from your enjoyment and increase your stress levels over time.

Make time for yourself every day, even if it’s just for ten minutes. Check in with yourself and take care of yourself.

As cliché as it sounds, exercise helps

Exercise isn’t simply about losing weight or gaining muscle. It’s a scientifically established method to help us feel good about ourselves. A variety of compounds, including endorphins and dopamine, are released when we go for a run, hike, or go to the gym to work up a sweat. Go for a stroll, a hike, or a bike ride. Perform any type of enjoyable movement, preferably outside. Always pay attention to the natural world and the people around you.

These compounds are extremely strong in the body because they make us feel good, lower tension, and, get this, some of the chemicals released can even improve our pain threshold.

Always ask for help

Seek out to individuals who encourage you and will listen if you need to vent or release any negative emotions. After that, just leave it. Let it go once you’ve gotten it out of your system.

Some individuals resist seeking assistance, whether it’s from a buddy to vent with or from a professional, because they believe it makes them appear weak. There has never been a better moment to seek assistance from others, with mental health awareness rising at an exponential rate and the general public becoming more empathetic to mental health issues.

Asking for help or guidance is not a sign of weakness; on the contrary, it is a sign of strength. It takes courage to take control of your life and strive to steer it in the correct path.

If you set a goal for yourself, such as “I must feel cheerful,” you may feel worse about yourself if you don’t achieve it, even if it’s natural to have a harder time feeling happy during stressful situations. So, instead of sulking, checking your social media accounts, or, for some, even meditating, try some of these actions the next time you’re worried about the world. Remember that emotions are only as strong as our interpretations of them.

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Everyone fantasises of becoming self-employed at some point. It’s encouraging to hear that pupils are becoming more responsible for their own needs. There are several part-time occupations available where you may supplement your income. Check out each of these work from home possibilities one at a time to see which one is right for you.


When it comes to social media, nearly everyone is active on the various platforms. This platform has the potential to be a source of income for you. Working as a social media manager is an option. As a social media manager, your pay is determined by how many clients you can attract via your efficiency and hard work. You might make thousands of dollars, but it all hinges on your social media management abilities. Jobs as a social media manager may be found on sites such as Fiverr, Freelancer, and, among others.

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If you have a laptop or desktop and are proficient in English with a strong command of the English language, you may work as a freelance content writer. Many content agencies and corporations offer job openings for content writers, which you may apply for. Many magazines are looking for writers to provide articles on a variety of themes.

If you have strong writing abilities, there are enough jobs on the internet. For 500 words of material, you may earn $5 to $10 or more.

Writing jobs include blog and website writing, proofreading, academic writing, and copywriting, among others.

Cooking, travel, business, health, and other sectors are examples. Everything is dependent on the employer, as well as the writer’s writing abilities. ProBlogger and Verblio are two websites that hire writers to create content for them.

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Blogging is another technique to get money without having to invest any money. You might argue that blogging is one of the most popular occupations, with many individuals participating and making nice monthly income through AdSense and affiliate marketing. You can start writing about a topic in which you are an expert and also have a lot of information. There is no other alternative than blogging if you are searching for a reliable and long-term source of money. It is possible to do it part-time or full-time.

Although it takes some time to grasp the entire concept of blogging, once you are established in this field, you may earn a very good living that most people do not get even when working full-time.

Share your blog on social media when you’ve finished it. Slowly, people will begin to follow your blog, and traffic will begin to flow in. You may apply for Adsense after you start getting traffic. If you obtain clearance, you may start running advertisements on your site and earning money from them. Google makes money from advertisements, and they split a portion of that revenue with the bloggers who run those ads on their sites.

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