How To Manage Time By Scheduling Your Calender

Millions of people turn to blogs, gadgets and apps in search of productivity advice. Despite having an inbuilt calendar on the smartphones (which about 1 in 3 people possess), only a fraction of people use it. So people who use it deliberately makes up for an even smaller fraction. Unless you’re planning how to spend your time, the world will determine […]

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Manage Yourself Through Sleep Deprivation

Sleep deprivation is a painful experience, but many of its most debilitating symptoms are caused by the behavior it encourages. Taking a sharp toll on the human brain and body, Sleep deprivation impairs cognition, motor ability, and mood. Along with judgment power other abilities such as Willpower, memory, and attention all suffer.  You’re more irritable, drop and bump into things, long for sugar, overeat, […]

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Just Some Meteorites or Extraterrestrial Guests Have Arrived?

Recently, it has been noted that the meteorites that fall on to the earth’s surface in Texas and Morocco are believed to contain some rare chemical compounds which have sparked scientists to question the very possibility of extraterrestrial life. The Earth’s surface encountered two meteorites smashes in 1998, where one landed near a basketball court in […]

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The Story Behind Some Of The English Idioms

Have you ever pondered over the fact that from where some ever-present English idioms originated from in the language? Thankfully we’ve thoroughly researched the interesting origins of some of the common English idioms and traced back their fascinating and sometimes bizarre history. Some of them are hellishly bizarre trust us on this one! source “Always a […]

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Syrian Government- The Story Of The Greatest Fall

source On March 15, the Syrian civil war will enter its eighth year. Meanwhile, more than 465,000 Syrians have been killed in the fighting, over a million injured, and over 12 million – half the country’s prewar population – have been displaced from their homes. Presenting to you the story of conflicts in Syria- The Land Once […]

The Framework You Need to Beat Procrastination

Human beings have been procrastinating for centuries. Famous artists like Victor Hugo are too the victims of the distractions of daily life. The problem is so timeless, in fact, that ancient Greek philosophers like Socrates and Aristotle developed a word to describe this type of behavior: Akrasia. Akrasia or simply called procrastination is the state of acting against […]