In this technology-driven world, it may seem that art has little to no place in it at all. Anyone interested in music and arts is labeled a romantic. Those who pursue science are celebrated, while those who study economics are hailed to be on the road to getting rich. Artistic endeavors became the hobby and
Everyone needs marketing skills. It’s not just for marketers. For example, amid the digital age, everyone has become unofficial marketers through their social media. People curate their content to create a specific persona online. And this careful curation has led some people to become social media influencers. Unknowingly, these people used marketing skills, which helped
This pandemic has taken quite a toll on people. There’s an effect on those who thrive on being able to go out of their homes. Then again, some people would choose to work more from home rather than go on the 9-to-5 grind. Those who have been working from home might understand expectations set to
Parents and teachers want the same things for students: straight As, college degrees, and good career prospects. It’s understandable why anything that deviates from those expectations can be a cause of grave frustration. Students themselves often can’t give you a clear and concise reason why they’re not meeting your standards even if they want to.
Most people know what they want to do in life and are sure about the right strategies to take to get closer to reaching their goals. Unfortunately, there are also several individuals who struggle to come up with the right plan that will lead them to growth and success. This is a common dilemma for
The past couple of years saw an increase in demand for beauty products both for men and women. Having healthy skin became the trend, and applying facial masks before going to sleep became the norm. While there’s nothing wrong with daytime, nighttime, and even midday beauty routines, there’s more to self-care than looking physically great.
The COVID-19 pandemic has entirely changed people’s lives no matter their age. Kids everywhere have been removed from their classroom environment and asked to do school from their home. However, this set up has also exposed them to various forms of distractions, such as gadgets, TV, bed, and toys. But parents don’t need to fret.
March 2020 was, to say the least, a turning point for the world. The COVID-19 pandemic changed the way households operate. It changed the way people work and study. And while adults have no choice but to adapt to telecommuting and remote work, teenagers who are more used to technology might just be hit harder
Everyone wants to land a good-paying job that they actually enjoy. This is the reason why parents would often tell their kids to get a college diploma. A degree alone won’t ensure you will get the job you want. Not all high-paying jobs require a college degree. But it can give you that competitive advantage
As of 2013, 5.6% of full-time workers claimed that they were depressed. The number may not seem a lot, but that doesn’t mean that mental pain and suffering at work is to be taken lightly. In fact, workplaces are currently facing an increased mental health problem, owing to the pandemic and the anxiety it bred.