And isn’t worth putting your life’s savings.

Source — Fox Business

Dogecoin has been the talk of the town for a while. All thanks to the Dogefather — Elon Musk and the loyal Reddit community of the same name. Dogecoin has been encouraged by Snoop Dogg and Mark Cuban. As I write this piece, Dogecoin’s market capitalization is $64 billion. Dogecoin is ranked #5 most popular cryptocurrency.

Dogecoin is a meme-cryptocurrency created by software engineers Billy Markus and Jackson Palmer back in 2013, who later sidelined themselves from Dogecoin.

Elon Musk owned Tesla started accepting Bitcoin as a mode of payment. But a recent tweet by Elon Musk came as a…

6 tips on how you too can develop reading as a habit

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The first-ever book that I read was Rich Dad Poor Dad. It left me awestruck. Since then, I have read a lot of self-help books and books on money management. I find these books insightful. They offer actionable takeaways.

I started reading books a year ago sometime after the pandemic hit though I have had the habit of reading magazines, articles, and blogs all my life.

All the content I consumed a year ago revolved around productivity and all the new things people were trying. …

“What mental health needs is more sunlight, more candle, more unashamed conversation.” — Glenn Close

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“Life doesn’t get easier or more forgiving; We get stronger and more resilient.” – Dr. Steve Maraboli

Life is all about struggles. It was never meant to be easy. We all struggle with something or the other. The ones who are able to deal with those struggles, triumph. Others end up failing miserably.

‘Me too’ are the two most comforting words out there. Once we find out, someone else has the same struggles as us, it makes us feel less piteous about our lives.

I am 21 years old right now(hitting 22 in 3 months) and I haven’t yet figured…

#5. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

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We all can read books, it’s just that we need to find the right genre. If you are interested in the genre, you’ll happily read a book even if you are not a big fan of reading books. Just because you are excited by the genre.

I strongly agree that not all teenagers love books. Reading external books other than course books feels like an extra burden to them. But the fact that the books they read and the knowledge they gain in their teenage has the potential to determine the type of adults they become cannot be denied.


Chase what you want; Don’t take what you get. — Jennifer Cohen

Image of Jennifer Cohen, Source — Forbes

Jennifer Cohen is a fitness personality, podcaster, entrepreneur, and body image consultant based in Los Angeles, California. She is a best-selling author and has authored the books, Strong Is the New Skinny and No Gym Required: Unleash Your Inner Rockstar.

In 2019, Jennifer started one of the fastest-growing, regularly ranked podcasts, “Habits and Hustles” which brings together notable personalities into thought-provoking conversations and ideas to help people improve their physical and mental capabilities.

Jennifer is the founder and CEO of “No Gym Required”, a company that helps individuals and organizations in creating strategies to increase productivity and success through health…

When you let go of what you are, you become what you might be.

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Lao Tzu(6th century BC) also known as Laozi or Lao-Tze was an ancient Chinese philosopher, thinker, and writer. He is considered the father of Chinese Taoism. Lao Tzu has authored “Tao Te Ching”, the principal text of Taoist thought.

Taoism is both philosophy and religion. Taoism contributed to the folk religion of the people in the rural areas of China. And became the official religion of the country under the Tang Dynasty.

Lao Tzu’s philosophy encourages us to lead a natural and ecstatic way of life. …

Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can. — Arthur Ashe

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Procrastination is like a credit card: It’s a lot of fun until you get the bill. – Christopher Parker

Last week I got an assignment that was due yesterday. Before I got this assignment, I had decided that I’ll be completing my assignments the day I’m assigned one.

But I kept on saying to myself, “Relax, I’ll do it tomorrow, it isn’t due today. I still have a lot of time.” And this approach of mine didn’t let me complete it until today. I hate to admit that it got completed yesterday. …

What stopped me from making changes is probably stopping you too!

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Change is essential for survival. All life forms must adapt to their fluctuating circumstances. All form of life result from the process of variation, mutation, competition, and inheritance. The universe is in a constant state of chaos. We each have chaos implanted into our bones. Nature wires all of us for change. – Kilroy J. Oldster

Most of us fear change and try to resist it. But we forget the fact that unlike most things in life, change is inevitable. We have to deal with it, whether we like it or not!

Accepting the inevitable life changes will help you…

My top tips to be a confident communicator

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Small talk is difficult to avoid. From shopping to waiting in line for something, there is always the opportunity for small talk.

By nature, introverts can find small talk difficult and because of this they can go out of their way to avoid it. But it plays an important role in establishing connections and you never know when a chance encounter with someone might lead to something significant in the future — a job opportunity or a relationship even.

This additional pressure can make introverts worry that they’ll suffer from a shortage of things to speak about or even what…

The best conversation you would ever have with your kid.

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Financial education is the best gift you could give to your child. It does not matter what age group they fall into. They are never too young to understand money.

Behavioral researchers from the University of Cambridge revealed that kids develop planning and monetary habits by the age of seven. And the researchers encourage parents to start teaching their children about money at the age of three.

Kids as young as a three-year-old can understand concepts such as saving and spending. Children start understanding money probably the same time they start learning about numbers.

A few days ago, while going…

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