“This Show Is Overrated!”: A Conversation That Needs Nuisance
Another popular thing is in the corner. This time it was a K-drama, Squid Game. If you happened to be in social media at that time, you might have seen all the debates centered around buzzwords like "overrated" and "overhyped". No, this is not an article to find whether Squid Game is overrated or not.
Don't Know What to Read Next? Try These 7 Ideas.
What if I say Maeve Wiley or Taylor Swift can help you out of your reader’s block? Yeah, you read it right. Most of us have a long TBR list filling our sticky notes, journals, note apps or goodreads profiles. And some of us have plenty of unopened books piling in our bookshelves. Even with all this, sometimes we struggle to find a book to read next. There are also times where we struggle with the motivation to read. Even re-reading our most favorite book may seem boring. My personal solution is very simple: when in confusion, go with a theme. So, here are some ideas to break that reading block.
How to Start a Reading Habit and Stick With It.
Have you ever felt jealous by seeing year-end social media posts with a long reading list and YouTube thumbnails like “I read 100 books in a year” etc.? I have and still do. Personally, I am not a marathon reader or someone who clocks high numbers, but I can say for sure that I am a consistent reader. So, in this article, I will try to share some steps that I do to keep a consistent reading habit.
- Top Story - October 2021
Reconciling With Mistakes: A Football Point of ViewTop Story - October 2021
2021 had a lot of football moments. The 2020 Euro Cup alone saw more own goals than the whole history of the tournament. And, in most cases, these own goals led to the defeat of the team. This made me think about the mental health issues faced by the players and the ways in which they deal with their mistakes on the ground.
My Five Favourite Book Characters
As I was preparing to write about this particular topic, I realised that a good majority of books in my reading list are non-fictions – mostly memoirs, biographies, history, travelogues and political commentary. But this initial confusion didn't stop me from finding my favourite characters. After all, they had been living rent-free in my mind.