Posts tagged Self Improvement
Habits of Effective People

In today’s world, we live on social media. It’s not uncommon to share your work and wins on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter and not to mention the self-proclaimed multi-taskers who have about forty tabs open on their laptops and are working on five different projects at the same time. (I was this person a few years back.) Sometimes it feels everyone is busy and we even take pride in being ‘busy’ which means people are getting things done. Right? Not necessarily. We have to stop equating being busy with being effective.

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I'm working on myself

One of my goals this year is to take better care of myself, and as a new mom, I am finding it incredibly challenging, but I see immense benefit from it. When setting a goal, I like to hone into the “why” behind it. 
Recently it has been harder. So I went back to my goals journal and started asking why I set this goal, what I wanted out of it and why was it important to me?

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My Goals for 2018

Today I thought of sharing some of my goals with you not only in the hopes that maybe you’ll find some inspiration from them to go after your own goals but also as an accountability partner. I want my readers to hold me accountable and check in on me once in a while to see if I am keeping up with them.

Here are 7 things I am going to achieve this year:

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Financial stress and how I deal with it

Financial stress can be overwhelming at times leaving you feeling paralyzed. The key is to know what triggers the stress and over a period you will be able to design an action plan specific to you that helps you manage the stress.

So, today I thought I would share with you how I deal with financial stress.


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5 Ways to Overcome Loneliness while Working from Home

When I left my day job and moved to a new city in a new country, I was so thrilled about working from home. As my own boss, I could work on the things I liked as per my convenience. As an introvert, I feel that I easily get tired of socializing. I feel refreshed when I am alone and enjoy being alone. But within short months of working from home, I realized how isolating and lonely it could get. I realize that even introverts need social interaction maybe not as much as an extrovert, but it is important to feel mentally sane.


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5 Creative ways to save money

Last year I had experimented with financial fast and boy was I in for a surprise. It's easy to fall victim to spending on things that we think we need. My experience with financial fast taught me one big lesson that we do not need everything right now. You can read more about my experiences with financial fast here.

Today I'm not here to talk about financial fast, but about ways, we can save money without being stingy.


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Find Your Passion

Following your passion can be hard at times but finding your passion can be harder.


If you are in the phase that you are desperately looking to find your passion, I hope this article helps you get at least one step closer to finding it. It's not a comprehensive guide but something to get you started. It won't do the work for you. It’s just a suggestion where to start.


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