Author: Tulsi Sharma

Technology has unlocked a huge amount of human potential. It’s broken down old systems remove the gatekeepers for entrepreneurs and has allowed us to stay connected with those closest to us. We no longer have to wait in to our ten-year reunion to see how others are doing. But with all the good comes the bad. We’re glued to our devices addicted to technology. Often we spending even over four hours every day on our phones. Instead of simply rejecting technology; come to think about how we can bring it into our lives without it negatively affecting our well-being. So…

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Biggest selling self-help books of all time because ourselves needs some help. Think Like a Monk by Jay Shetty. The first book is quite a controversial one and that is This claims that it will “train my mind for peace and purpose every day”. Jay Shetty has just very helpfully suggested that in order to be more productive in the mornings you could consider waking up an hour earlier than you currently do. In fairness to him though it does then go on to say that if you struggle with that then you could just consider waking up 15 minutes earlier than you currently do and making…

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Debunking COVID-19 Vaccine Myths , Don’t let covid19 vaccine myths stop you from rolling up your sleeve. Let’s talk about what’s fact and what’s fiction when it comes to covid19 vaccine safety. let’s begin with Myth number one That is circulating all the way on social media this one says that if you take a covid vaccine it will first cause fever and then it can lead to possible death as well basically saying that the vaccine will cause death, not the virus. Myth number two This one is about side effects saying that it will not show up right…

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Dining outside, going to the movies, shopping for a favorite bag, and maybe even rushing to the nearest coffee shop. We all miss doing these things, But one thing we did not expect to miss is going to school. School, hanging out with your friends, rolling your eyes when you see your least favorite teacher, and counting down the last minutes before dismissal arrives. Wouldn’t you just love to go back and do it all again? I know you would! Here is a list of 10 must-watch Korean school dramas (K-dramas). First on the list is Extraordinary You. Just like…

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Reasons as to why reduce your Sugar intake, Sugar can be hard to reduce in your diet especially for sweet tooth people. So added sugar is the sugar that you find in processed foods such as breakfast cereals, candies, etc. It’s also sugar that could be in-home cooking. So it could be sugar that you’re adding to your baking or to your tea, such things are added sugar. We not talking about reducing sugar in whole foods. That is not an added sugar. So as an example sugar in blueberries not an added sugar. Another example, sugar in carrots also…

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7 essential psychology books. They’re all written for big audiences, so you don’t need a degree in psychology to understand. You just need to love this subject. #7: The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion. Psychologist Jonathan Haidt describes how morals bring people together and then blind them to the perspective of other groups. All of this happens because our psychology is driven by emotions. Our thoughts defend what we are feeling, just like a lawyer defending their client. When we feel threatened by someone else’s beliefs, we’re able to come up with all sorts…

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10 Best Books that were made into Movie, Explore the best books that were made into movies now keep in mind all these books were about to present you with are pretty well known internationally and the movie adaptations have become iconic in the world of cinema in their own right after taking things into consideration like is the book a best-seller book reviews and how well the movie did we came up with a pretty outstanding list in no particular order here, #1 The Godfather by Mario Puzo What better book is there to start with and one that…

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IKIGAI Book review , IKIGAI—The reason for living; something that makes you get out of your bed in the morning. reading this book. This book is talked This book is marketed as it is a book that talks about passion. It helps you live a purposeful life. It has that in this but it is way more than that because this book talks about so many topics. This book covers so many aspects mostly related to health and living a long and purposeful life. Also, it has gest to be learned about Japanese and Chinese culture moreover Asian. the main…

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In a world where entertainment is right in our hands, you may ask yourself what is the point of reading? In today’s fast paced world, reading is becoming a dying habit because there are faster alternatives to consume on social media. 1.Reading is food for the brain. In my opinion, this is the biggest reason why reading is important. Just like how our body needs food to sustain itself and function optimally, our brain needs to continue learning new things to function at peak performance. The best part is that you can read fiction and non-fiction to get this benefit.…

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Series Review~ The Folk of the Air by Holly Black. The fiction lives ever since the folk of the air series by Holly Black has graced the earth. I have not been the same. There were extensive book talks and reactions and reviews and interviews with Holly Black talking about this masterpiece. In this series so far we have three books first “The cruel prince” then “The wicked king” and finally “Queen of nothing”. This is a full trilogy. However, a new book from Carden’s perspective has been added called “how the king of Elfhame learned to hate stories”. “The…

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