Social Media and Mental Health

That constant itch to get up and check if your new uploaded photo got enough likes, or if that one person saw it, or just to check in if there’s any notification, or message from someone, shifting from Instagram to Twitter to Facebook, only to find one of your friends standing under the leaning tower […]

Illusion of Freedom

How many times have we wished we could control our feelings or perhaps just be able to lessen the severity of our pain? How many times have we wished we could walk another mile yet been limited by our legs? Or longed to eat more of a delicious meal but got constrained by a full […]

How to Help Someone Overcome Trauma

Getting over a traumatising experience is not at all easy, even the thought oft-times seem distant. But while we’re talking about trauma, it’s vital to note that one’s experience of it is subjective. The intensity and even the coping mechanisms vary from person to person depending on one’s personality and prior experiences. It interferes with […]

Why to Quit?

As we go about our lives, we’re continually reminded of why giving up isn’t an option and what to do if you’re on the verge of giving up, but what if what you’re doing is consuming too much of your time and effort while providing no joy or satisfaction? What if it’s merely causing you […]

Information Overload

We’ve all been told at some point in our lives not to anticipate, hope, or love too much since too much of anything makes us miserable when our expectations aren’t met. The concept of information overload is based on the same concept; ‘infobesity’ if you may call it, is a combination of two words ‘information’ […]

Beauty of Ignorance.

“Daniel Radcliffe reveals his top 3 celebrity crushes” or “Here’s how much it costs to book a Tesla” or loads and loads of articles on how to crack your exams; the internet is filled with these commentaries and we cannot stop ourselves from diving in. We want to be the one who knows everything, but […]

How to Overcome a Writer’s Block

Overcome Writer's Block

“Stopping a piece of work just because it’s hard either emotionally or imaginatively is a bad idea. Sometimes you have to go on when you don’t feel like it and sometimes you’re doing good work when it feels like all you’re managing to do is shovel shit from a sitting position.”         […]

Humbitious Leadership

Humbitious Leader

The term ‘humbitious’ arose out of humility and ambition. Humility is about not putting oneself on a pedestal and acknowledging that no one is inferior. In leadership, it is about recognizing the importance of newer ideas and allowing them to breathe. Humbitious leadership is about admitting to errors and seeking feedback from employees or followers; […]

Why Our Brain Needs Boundaries

Our Brain Needs Boundaries

You must have heard the phrase “set boundaries” a no. of times! Ever wondered why your brain needs them? Don’t worry, we’ll come to it too, let’s get to what boundaries exactly are first:Boundaries are just imaginary walls we put to separate things or to keep things of the same kind on one side and […]

What is Democratic Education?

Democratising Education

Democratization of education is based on the idea that students are capable of recognizing their talents and interests and they should be the ones to create the rules of the classrooms and an environment of their liking and not be suffocated by compulsions. They should be allowed to voice out their opinions and make changes […]