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Day Dreaming – The Best Ingredient for Innovation

by Jason Sturidge
July 24, 2016
Day Dreaming – The Best Ingredient for Innovation
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Day Dreaming - The Best Ingredient for Innovation

Have you ever been so drifted into your thoughts that you get distracted from what you were currently doing. How many times were you in a situation where you had to sit for hours wondering what the world would be like if you had the power to change it? The

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Hobbies could be a Good Nutrient for Your Mind and Body

by Jason Sturidge
July 23, 2016
Hobbies could be a Good Nutrient for Your Mind and Body
3.5 (70%) 10 votes

Hobbies could be a Good Nutrient for Your Mind and Body

There’s no such thing as ‘all work and no play’, which brings us to the idea of a hobby. Even the most terrifying businessmen of large organizations may possess an interest in delightful activities like fishing, writing, or even baking the most delicious brownies in

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Your Playlist Could Actually Affect Your Study

by Jason Sturidge
July 22, 2016
Your Playlist Could Actually Affect Your Study
3.44 (68.89%) 9 votes

Your Playlist Could Actually Affect Your Study

Music and studies, don’t you think they belong to two opposite worlds? Actually, the answer is a no! Many researchers have concluded that music can help you focus in your studies and enhance your learning capabilities. I have tried listening music while

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Global Warming, a Myth or Reality

by Jason Sturidge
July 21, 2016
Global Warming, a Myth or Reality
3.91 (78.18%) 11 votes

Global Warming, a Myth or Reality

The term global warming is coined to illustrate the elevation in temperature of world’s atmosphere. It is stated that these climatic changes will become everlasting in future. The contradicting views regarding global warming is getting more vocal day-by-day.

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App Designing: The Next Ticket to Become a Millionaire

by Jason Sturidge
July 20, 2016
App Designing: The Next Ticket to Become a Millionaire
2.71 (54.29%) 7 votes

App Designing: The Next Ticket to Become a Millionaire

Woah! Snapchat creator, Evan Spiegel, just won the big lottery, and I’m not talking about the money. He has recently gotten engaged to supermodel Miranda Kerr and is certainly living the high life. So what turns these young app designers into tycoons? What’s the

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How does Junk Food Affect the Study Routine of a Student?

by Jason Sturidge
July 19, 2016
How does Junk Food Affect the Study Routine of a Student?
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How does Junk Food Affect the Study Routine of a Student

Isn’t it just full of delight to stuff your face with a pastry oozing with chocolate or sinking your teeth into a cheesy slice of pizza? Usually when students are getting late for class, they hastily grab the nearest snack they can find in their kitchens and munch on it

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Your Emotions are the Reflection of Your Writing

by Jason Sturidge
July 18, 2016
Your Emotions are the Reflection of Your Writing
4.5 (90%) 6 votes

Your Emotions are the Reflection of Your Writing

Writing is considered to be one of most cherished gift by nature. Due to the creativity, inspiration and resourcefulness of a writer, it is one of the most desirable professions of the world. Writers are the creators and originators of the feelings of people. Since writers

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A Good content is the building block of any website

by Jason Sturidge
July 17, 2016
A Good content is the building block of any website
5 (100%) 2 votes

A Good Content is the Building Block of a Website

With the amelioration in science, numerous transformations have become a vital part of our life. Traditionally all the information was transferred using the medium of print media or word of mouth but now the world transformed into a global village,

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A Proactive Mind is a Key to Success

by Jason Sturidge
July 16, 2016
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A Proactive Mind is a Key to Success

Suppose you’re tapping away at the speed of light on your keyboard to complete an assignment with a deadline due tomorrow morning. Pretty unfair isn’t it? Well, you couldn’t blame the teacher; since the assignment was given to you a week ago, but can you

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How to Strike a Balance between Professional and Personal Life?

by Jason Sturidge
July 15, 2016
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How to Strike a Balance between Professional and Personal Life

There is a fine line between behaving with your family or friends at home and then interacting with your coworkers the next day, but most people take this line too seriously. In the current era of corporate advancement and new career opportunities, majority of the

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