If my Facebook feed is supposed to be a representation of the type of topics I am interested in, I must say my interests seem to be quite questionable. Lately I see my news feed has been taken over by quizzes. There are the typical posts from people who have taken the popular quiz to see… Continue reading Why are we obsessed with quizzes which tell us what type of bread we are?
I don’t know how to drape a sari and hence, dressing up for weddings is often painful. The pain usually kicks in before weddings. The cycle begins with me complaining about not knowing how to drape a sari and moaning that no one really taught me (our mothers were also never taught just for the… Continue reading Why learning something is often less painful than complaining about learning it
Shared on Fintuned ( a finance website which shares easy to follow money-saving tips and recommendations for making smart investments) - check it out here. It's the same story every month right? You thought your spending was mostly under control this month, and you felt you were finally on the way to figuring out budgeting… Continue reading A 7-Step Way to Figuring out your Expenses and Saving Smartly
When we wrote reports in History class in school, we knew that our data needed to be backed up by facts: facts which were cited by reliable sources. Our test results in Chemistry and Physics classes needed to be backed up by the experiments we conducted in the laboratory. When we solved Mathematics problems, we knew that merely… Continue reading The Inevitable Truth of Lies
Remember inertia? If you remember anything from the Physics lessons in school, you'll remember that the concept of inertia was related to Sir Isaac Newton's first two laws of physics: 1. An object at rest tends to stay at rest. 2. An object in motion tends to stay in motion. Nowadays, we use the term loosely… Continue reading Why was inertia bad again?