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How to Keep Up With Your 2018 Financial Goals?

How to Keep Up With Your 2018 Financial Goals?

Coffee Talk, Curious Brain, What Did I Learn Today?
One of the most common New Year Resolutions is to meet the financial goals. In fact, for most of the young people achieving the financial goal is a top priority. A recent study has revealed that most people wanted to save money this year. However, the harsh truth is that another research has shown that only 9 percent of these people will be able to achieve their goals. Every cloud has a silver lining, and for you, this means that you can be a part of this nine percent club. Here is a short guide for you to manage your financial tips from now onwards. 1. Set both Long- and Short-Term Financial Goals  I guess both long- and short-term goals should be a part of every plan to reach the ultimate destination. It is necessary to take small steps to complete the path. The very first thing tha
White Noise- The Noise That Lets You Sleep

White Noise- The Noise That Lets You Sleep

Curious Brain, What Did I Learn Today?
A few days ago, I was downloading an app that claimed that it would help me to get a relaxing sleep. Out of curiosity, I checked the description of the app, and I came across the term, “White Noise.” We all know that noise is unwanted sound but what exactly is white noise and how can it provide us a relaxing atmosphere? What Is White Noise? First thing first, White noise is a type of noise. It is produced when the sound of different frequency blends at a similar level. The audible frequency of human beings ranges from 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz. Thus, for creating a white noise we can pick as a number of sounds of different frequency ranging from 20 to 20,000 Hz as we want, and then all we need to do is to put it on a similar level. White noise has received its name from the term ‘White L
Regular Cricket Is Okay. But What Is Blind Cricket?

Regular Cricket Is Okay. But What Is Blind Cricket?

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GK Mahantesh, Cricket Association for Blind in India (CABI) President said, "It would be great if the government and BCCI react and recognize, embrace and endorse CABI. our boys have won four championships in the last four years. It's a huge time they respond and positively recognize this otherwise it's a big insult to our country." And it's not only the government who has failed to descry blind cricket. Even many of us are turning a blind eye to it. Try to have a discussion about blind cricket and I am sure, the first question that you will encounter will either be, "How can blind people play cricket?" or "How blind cricket is played?". You can't question the efficacy of blind cricket as a prove of excellent human spirit but you can surely question yours. We all know the kind of...
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