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3 “Non-Health” Reasons to go to the Gym

“I am going to the gym.”—This statement is generally made by puny guys (hoping to build 10 pounds of muscle) or overweight people ( hoping to lose 20 pounds of fat) or someone who is just keen on “being healthy”. Everyone associates the gym as merely a place of exercise.I have outlined below 3 reasons … Continue reading


This Bible Verse Helps Get me Out of Bed!

Proverbs Chapter 24  v33  lA little sleep, a little slumber, a little folding of the hands to rest, v34  and poverty will come upon you like a robber, and want like an armed man. The first time I read this verse(shown above) in the Bible,it had a profound effect on me as it seemed to … Continue reading

Distribute your Time across the Age Spectrum to Enhance Learning

Here’s why increasing interaction with “old people” and children is extremely important During my college days,most of my friends were of the opinion that “old people” could not possibly have any relevant views on the constant changes that happen around us because they were “not current”.Though this seems to be the general view of all teenagers,it … Continue reading

6 Ways Indians spruce up their Facebook Profile before marriage

Common FB behavior patterns displayed before Indian marriages After looking at thousands of FB posts (I am not a stalker just a caring and curious friend 🙂 ) ,I have finally established 6 behavior patterns among Indians who are looking to get married (especially “arranged marriages”).Here they are:– 1.Photos of swimsuit wear suddenly disappears (removed/hidden from view … Continue reading

Reconfigure Your Senses To Increase your Creativity

A look at how managing the ‘load’ on your senses can prove beneficial Have you ever wondered about the acute sense of touch and hearing in blind people?Some people point out  that being blind helps them to develop their other senses to be more ‘aware’. Being able to perceive situations and look at the unknown among the … Continue reading

2 Reasons Why Taking Risks Can Transform Your Life

Here why you need to let go of that ‘stable’ mentality Dhoni –who is arguably India’s most popular cricketer till date (barring Sachin Tendulkar) –radiates a kind of aura that few can replicate.In an age where most celebs have nervous breakdowns at the slightest hint of success or clutter,Dhoni is a model for those who … Continue reading

Could ‘Over-Motivation’ be bad for you?

A look at why you need to control the dosage of motivational stuff in your life Person A has decided to take control of his cluttered life,stop procrastination and to be healthy(read muscular).He figures that to start positively, it would be wise to learn from the experts and buys a few books — How to Win … Continue reading

Flush It Down!

Going from ‘stuck’ to ‘unstuck’ There are times in the past when I constantly went into a self-convincing mode to justify my continuance with a person or a habit that seemed to cause a lot of heartburn (not the acid reflux type)and waste a lot of time. After a while,I trained myself to visualize something … Continue reading

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