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Here’s How You Can Move Out Of An Emotional Limbo

Here’s How You Can Move Out Of An Emotional Limbo

Coffee Talk, Health, Mental Health
If you have watched the movie "Inception", you surely know what limbo means. Well, limbo is a state of uncertainty. The dictionary defines it as "an uncertain period of awaiting a decision" and as an "intermediate state or condition". But what does emotional limbo means? Emotional limbo can be best understood as a situation where you have just moved out of a relationship but you not quite sure about it and therefore you are not able to completely move on to a new relationship. Well, don't get it wrong. Not wanting a new relationship after the old one is totally okay and if you are sure about it, then it is not an emotional limbo. However, if you are unsure about it because of the emotional gap between your old and new relationship, then you can claim that you are in an emotional limbo. On...
Big Game In Resurgent India: Bansal Making Room For Waltons

Big Game In Resurgent India: Bansal Making Room For Waltons

Coffee Talk, News & Current Events
To, Walmart “Your order has been successfully placed. Please keep the exact amount ready at the time of delivery.” From, Flipkart Freecharge, Myntra, UrbanSpoon, Jabong, Jaguar Land Rover, Hutchison Essar, Corus have one thing in common, all of them for one reason or the other had to go through the throes of acquisition by a bigger company. Walmart through its recent decision to acquire Flipkart has set a cat among the pigeons. Indian e-commerce industry is now poised for one of the biggest showdowns in the history, where two of the biggest American conglomerates, Walmart and Amazon are staking their claim on the fat Indian e-commerce pie. With a single stroke, Walmart has set its intentions in motion. The foray of Walmart in the Indian market had become a political hot potat
Life is Unfair… Will You Start Crying Now?

Life is Unfair… Will You Start Crying Now?

Coffee Talk, Mental Health
In a tragic situation, we end up lamenting that 'Life is unfair', we end up crying and asking 'Why me?'. Have you ever done this? I have done it and to be honest, I have even lost the number of counts. Well, the good thing is that now I know what I was doing wrong and let me tell you about my findings. And The Question Is For .....? Undoubtedly, when you complain that life is unfair or you question, 'Why me?', you are devising a way by which you can indulge in self-pity. I mean seriously, who said that that life would be fair to you? No one, so whom are you complaining about this? Is it even fair to ask why life is unfair? We All Are Selfish Creatures The harsh truth is our idea of fairness has always that been of self-interest. If you are winning, life is fair, and if not, you wil
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
Reboot Your Life

Reboot Your Life

Coffee Talk, Health, Mental Health
How easy life would have been if pressing Ctrl+Alt+Del keys simultaneously could have rebooted our life instead of the computers! We have already entered 2018, and many of us were agog about giving a fresh start to our life. We make New Year Resolutions; we create plans to quit bad habits and to start the good ones…. We plan so many new things in a new year to make everything perfect. But what is the need of all such things? The answer is simple, we are unsatisfied with our lives and we are trying to make things better for ourselves. We are looking for ways to reboot our life, to move out of our cloister and to own 2018 like a boss. It is not uncommon to hear “Alright everybody… back to ones” in a film set. Most of the people sigh after hearing this, saddened by the fact that they have
Shivalik 2017: Geo-Fest In My College

Shivalik 2017: Geo-Fest In My College

Coffee Talk
Last week on this very day, Shivalik 2017 was organized. This year the fest was very special for me. It was because for the very first time, I actively participated in an event. My active participation came as a surprise even for me! You must me wondering what was so special about it? Well, I am a girl who hides behind her books but still this year I picked up the courage to manage stuff. And that stuff didn't belong to my the things that I keep doing inside my room but it was about our big Geography department.  Events Before Shivalik 2017 Though the actual fest was on 3rd March, the preparation began way too early. I was given the responsibility of designing the poster and editing the magazine. But later, I was also involved in designing the cover of the magazine and writing certificat
Why Is It Important For You To Go Out Alone?

Why Is It Important For You To Go Out Alone?

Coffee Talk
Today, I wanted to go for shopping. I was thinking whom should I request for a company. After an hour of thinking, I was still clueless. ‘You should learn to go out alone.’ Echoed a voice. After a moment of hesitation, I started getting ready. I decided that I will go out alone. I took all the kinds of stuff that could distract me from the world outside. The stuff included my mobile phone, earphones, a novel and many packets of gems.  After stepping outside of the house, I thought of listening songs to expurgate myself off from the surrounding voices. I asked myself if I wanted to listen to music. The answer was no. I kept the earphone inside my bag and started moving ahead. After few steps, I thought of taking a rickshaw, again to avoid the gazes of the people. In a country li
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