Today is my 150th day of blogging continuously. Frankly, Blogging for 150 days non-stop, is not an easy journey. Once you start writing, you write according to your will. But once you start observing what the readers want. You write according to their will.
Its been 150 days, and I have 150 posts on my website so congratulations to me and my readers for such a positive response that I am not willing to give up on writing.
By the 150th post, my eyesight became weak, so now I have weaker eyesight than before and I also faced cervical issues temporarily. But guess what, I switched contact lenses once again and I overcame my neck issues by exercising daily focus on the neck. What I am trying to say is, that obstacles are a part of life that doesn’t mean you will give up on your dreams. …
Being productive is not an inborn trait or quality. Anyone can become productive if they follow some specific rules or make a little change in their daily routine. Today, I will be sharing 10 ways to become more productive.
I am from India, and the lock down in my country started on March 18, 2020. Its been almost 5 months, and I have seen so many changes in my life during this period. I will say ups and downs, but then again its a part of life. The faster you adapt, the better it is. …
A beautiful quote by Benjamin Franklin, states if you don’t plan for your future than you will fail. To do Planning, you need to be innovative and creative because planning is deciding in advance what to do and how to do it. Planning requires business predictions to achieve targets. So, in this post, I will be discussing business studies topic planning, its importance, and why ‘’Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail” holds that is the limitations of planning. Let’s learn.
Planning involves setting Objectives for a given Time period and to Formulate various courses of Action to achieve those objectives by Selecting the best possible Options (or alternatives) from the various activities available. …
I have been writing on my blog - Learn With Anjali since May. Yes, I am one of those people who took advantage of the lockdown!
I am excited to announce that this is the 100th post that I am sharing from my website(man, time flies fast, huh?) to my medium account and I would like to share my experiences with you all. After getting a positive response from the ’10 Things I learned from my 50 first posts’, I am excited to add more to my and your experience by sharing 7 lessons I learned from writing every day on my website for 100 days. …
I always wanted to share my experience with blogging. I started blogging after the coronavirus lockdown in my home country; India and to be honest, it was the easiest transition for me as
a) I am a teacher,
b) I am working from home and
c) I work on alternate days.
Let me share one more thing with you all, I am a mother to a 10 months old baby girl and we do not have any help due to the Covid-19 outbreak (I personally don't want to take any risk). …
Demonetization happened in many countries and it was done primarily to improve the economic condition. India demonetized its currency for the second time in the recent past. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, announced the most unexpected turn of the event, by declaring such move before any prior intimation. Demonetization means, removing the legal status of currency so that it will not have any value in the market. In India, Demonetization was done to curb corruption, money laundering, to get control over tax evasion, and so on.
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