Acoustic Post - Disney Lessons

By Anushree Saxena I couldn’t remember a single time when I said no to a Disney movie. They have been a part of my childhood and still hold a special place in my heart. After all, who wouldn’t want to get inspired by the determination and strengths of Disney females? Read More

Acoustic Post - Life Hacks

By Kamlavathi Mudliyar Are you always running low on time? In the fast-paced, and hectic world we live in today, there are always too many things to do! Fortunately, there exist life hacks that can make your day a little bit easy, by saving you some time while you pullRead More

Acoustic Post - Thank You Pandemic

By Mahima Jalan Dear Corona, Individuals have been grumbling about you, reviling you, and jabbering negative about you, yet I am here to thank you. Indeed, you read it right! I want to convey to you a big thank you. I am very well aware that you are causing a tonRead More

Acoustic Post - Child Overcome Social Anxiety

By Monika Rauthan Social anxiety is the hot talk of the town. Everyone is concern about their child’s mental state. This article will help you figure out how parents can help their child to overcome social anxiety. Many children are physically unfit, which makes them isolated from their friends. TheyRead More

Acoustic Post - Survive Quarantine 1

By Akansha Rukhaiyar This is the 5th batch of warm fluffy cookies fresh out of my oven and it is only 4 AM. As the decadent aroma of cinnamon and chocolate washes over my being, I slowly start thinking about the past 24 hours. My parents got into another screamingRead More

Acoustic Post - Benefits of Writing

By Shweta Vaghela I was about 14 when I first wrote something. It was a poem. Neither did I set out to write one, nor did I plan for it. It just happened. I’m 28 now and my pen has never stopped bleeding since then (I’ve refilled it multiple times,Read More

Acoustic Post - Perfectionist

By Monja du Plooy Do you spend hours trying to perfect a task, read your work at least three times before submitting, or are you continually adjusting your looks and behavior to impress and please? We all know at least one perfectionist who tends to drive the “normal” people nutsRead More

Acoustic Post - Creative Thinking

By Halin Roche What could you use a paperclip for? If you immediately say it’s used for holding sheets of paper, then you are thinking the traditional way. However, if you see different uses of a paperclip, that’s when your creative thinking comes out. A paperclip can be used asRead More

Acoustic Post - Inner Peace

By Shreya Gopal “What’s wrong with you?” These sets of words are quite familiar to me because, when you live a life of uncertainty and confusion, you are subjected to the most critical state of being questioned about your mental state! It’s a state which no one can understand orRead More

Acoustic Post - Strong Silent Type

By Monja du Plooy I am sure you know the saying “He/she is the strong silent type? I just read an interesting article written by Tim Denning on numerous interviews done with the actor, Keanu Reeves. He fits perfectly into this category. According to Wikihow, ‘A strong and silent type is generally thoughtRead More

Acoustic Post - covid-19-pandemic-silver-lining

By Priyanka Lath Nobody ever wondered that the fast-paced world would ever come to standstill, but the deadly Coronavirus imposed a pause, the unpredictable pause. When lockdown 1.O was declared, we all opined it’s a few days affair and again we shall be free birds roaming around without the fear of infection or maintainingRead More

how to motivate yourself

We all start our new years with resolutions but after few days lose the motivation to achieve our goals. You may have different goals in life: want to start exercising, stop eating junk food, quit smoking, study hard, or learn a new language or an instrument. But the success ofRead More