If your fingers inadvertently find their way to Instagram in the idle time, we certainly have some bad news for you. Whether it’s scrolling down aimlessly and ‘hearting’ pictures away, saving fashion tips or ‘self-love’ quotes, it is easy to lose track of time the moment you start surfing on Instagram. Hence, it comes as no surprise that…
Technology is so much ingrained into our lives that detaching ourselves can be difficult. For those who do manage to cut the cord, it’s generally temporary. The promise of connection may tempt us back to the familiar world of pings and profile pictures.
For a healthier and happier life, you might try to quit something: sugar, gossiping, hitting the snooze button. Nowadays, many people have focused their self-improvement energy at trying to quit social media, at least temporarily.
With coronavirus spreading to more than 140 countries, people all around the globe are recommended to quarantine themselves at home. Social distancing, as a preventive method will not only act as a preventive measure for COVID-19 but will also keep others safe and sound.
For how long can people quarantine themselves? While all major malls, theatres and public places are shut across the country, people are advised to step out of their homes only in emergency.
Will coronavirus lead to another situation of epidemic for the world, which is loneliness?
In today’s society, we are conditioned to think that we should be busier, do more and work harder. Many motivational speakers shout well-meant advice that leads you to believe that you don’t do enough, and that’s why you’re not successful? We take the idea of neglect too seriously. This is why my resolution for this…