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Book Review: Pyjama Profit by Varun Mayya & Abhinav Chhikara

Just down to chapter 5 and I got a hang of how to freelance and successfully stabilise my income, whilst becoming an expert in my own field. Well, I am referring to the book which I am going to review today-  Pyjama Profit - The Millennial's Guide to a Sustainable Freelance Career authored by  Varun Mayya  &  Abhinav Chhikara .  If you have been regularly reading my book reviews, you would definitely  get the idea that I am reading/reviewing a lot of self-help/guidebook this month, and adding this book on my list only enhanced my reading goals. To begin  with, let me tell you what this book is all about.  Blurb and About the Book: Pyjama Profit is a guide for millennials to get started with a self-sustained online freelance practice while developing their skills needed to succeed. The book talks about in-demand online skills and the different paths one can take to become an expert in these fields. A stable income from freelancing in college was the bedrock that had a

Ahaglow Face Wash Review

Tried and Tested! For the past two months, I went through a very bad acne outburst phase. And when I say bad, it means BAD. So, with my knack for researching, I googled trying to find a cure or maybe at least some home remedies to treat my acne. But, a multiple trial and error and I gave up.  We know how pimple popping is more than just satisfying, hence the 'habit' left me with very bad scares on my forehead and chin, also I noticed more acne than I had in the first place.  Finally, a visit to my dermatologists came to my rescue. She prescribed  some medication i.e. face wash (I am coming to this), some anti-acne ointments, and a few capsules to take.  Obviously, I had to religiously follow the skin routine treatment, but in the hour of everything, there was this thing which I discovered… it was the face wash (Yep, the point of this blog, TBH) which I can give the entire credit to. AKA presenting to you my fountain of youth in a face wash (I am exaggerating a lil bit.

Books N Beyond June Unboxing and Review

Every month there is an aura of excitement that awakens my bookworm persona whilst I wait for my quarterly book box subscription to arrive from Books and Beyond , one of the best book boxes in India. And, this month too it is no different as I patiently wait with full exhilaration and bated breath.  I am super excited to find out what this month's book box has in store for me. Also, like always I would love to give everyone a sneak peek as I un-box and review the June book box. The theme for June month was ‘Longing of the Heart’ and need I say more about the content? you can have a look for yourself. The Box contained 4 books, yes. 4 frigging books!!! and some awesome bookish merch! I know, I sound over hyped.  Books n Beyond surely did spoilt me with all the gorgeous new release, a vintage mini classic and so much more, here join me as I unveil the content of Book N Beyond June Edition. Book of the Month of your Choice The Hate U Give: I have been meaning to read

Book Review: The Big Switch: It's never too late by John Thomas

Blurb What does a 24-year-old man want in life? Love? A decent job? Keith has both. He is a software engineer at a reputable company and has a girlfriend whom he loves a lot. Yet, there is something missing in his life. He is not even close to being happy. Only after losing his girlfriend, he realizes what the reason for his unhappiness is. He realizes that he is caught up in the wrong career. With time running out, he knows that he must switch to a new career — one that makes him happy. But, is 24 too late to do that? Is he making a mistake? Find out as Keith follows his heart in pursuit of an impossible-looking dream. About the Book: The Big Switch is a heart-warming story about a 24 years old man named ‘Keith’ who is a software engineer by profession at a very reputable company. He has a loving girlfriend, and just when he thought everything was going perfectly fine in his life. A break up was the start of his almo

Book Review: Mark Manson- The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life

“Life is essentially an endless series of problems. The solution to one problem is merely the creation of another.”  - Mark Manson  2018 has already blessed us with enough F**k to give. From Dua Lipa ’s IDGAF song becoming everyone’s favourite on the playlist to Mark Manson famously acclaimed book “ The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F**K   making in the  #1 International Bestseller  list. Strange enough, both seemed to have found a place in my favourite 'F' list. I fell in love with this book, even before reading it. I felt it was rather an unusual self-help book with an F-word written on the cover. And somewhere I had the feeling that the book might not teach me about how to live life, but more about how life should be lived without giving a damn F**K. There is a lot of cursing in the book and a lot of F-bomb dropped, so maybe you may want to skip if you are not used to saying/reading the swear lingo. About the Book Going by the book's title, many would assu