I’m a lot busy these day so I couldn’t complete my newest blog post about some worries and frustrations come along with my career thanks for the likes and comments for the last post! It’s a struggle to keep a blog alive I know that’s why I post this short post so that the momentum gained do not loose. Are you a struggling blogger like me tell me aboutyou in the comments. Thanks and leave aaaaa



Why didn’t I celebrate New Year.

I will never. No one with a growth mindset should celebrate a New Year. People used to think its like a reset button of life. People think they can start over. OF COURSE THEY CAN! You don’t have to wait a month to start over nor a month nor a second. You just have to act now.

I know it’s a bit late to post a rant about New Year but I am not going to wait for another eleven months.

I’m a teacher and I observed some of my students brought brand new books for the new class. But let me ask you Do math change? Are we going to teach you different math than previous year? Math does not reset after 31st of December.


Here is my new year’s resolution. Two years ago I started this blog to make monnney as I heard that wordpress was a money making machine. But after few months I got the news that it is not but I found the platform offered more than what I asked for. I ended up spending time reading other people’s content than creating my own. Which is not bad as it sounds because it made me thinking and rethink of what I do here. AAAh where I’m going!!! It happened again I lost for words.

The ANNOUNCEMENT is that from now on I’ll use the blog to create my own stuff and update it weekly. And also write at least 100 words on a single blog post.


Should You Write Every Day? A Close Look at the Oldest Piece of Writing Advice — Juggling Writer

It’s possibly the oldest piece of writerly advice: write every day. If you want to be a great writer, you need to write every day, right? Just like if you want to be good at anything, you need to do it every day. Except for when you don’t. Let’s explore the positives and negatives of […]

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The Greatest Teacher

Sketches By Nitesh

We all say success breeds confidence. Sure, it’s true. But what would be the point of advocating something you yourself don’t believe in.

I’m not saying I don’t believe in success. But again, I’m always focused on negatives rather than positives, so there is that.

Do you know the greatest teacher?

It might be success. But if success breeds confidence, it also breeds ignorance. Ignorance for our shortcomings.

We are human and we are flawed.

The greatest teacher?

The greatest teacher is failure. After all, we are humans so we are bound to make few. Well, maybe a lot more than few.

The point is, we learn more from failing than we learn by winning.

Actually, there is no such thing as winning or losing. By the technical terms, if we win, we win. But if we fail, we learn.

And I believe that’s the biggest lesson anyone can ever…

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Day 363

“You must be at peace with your self in order to create a life you love. Peace comes from self-love, and self-love begins with mindfulness. And, to practice true mindfulness, you must practice kindness to yourself.”

– Rajni Kurichh

Yesterday I talked about how to use the Law of Attraction to create the life of your dreams. However, the forces of the Universe are at work whether you consciously use them or not, that’s the way the laws of nature work, and the Law of Attraction is no exception.

So, even if you’re not deliberately creating your experience, the Universe is constantly responding to your thoughts and beliefs, which often results in the creation of unwanted experiences because we are not consciously aware of the signals we’re sending out.

Today’s principle of positivity, mindfulness, is about bringing awareness to the fore so deliberate creation becomes our default setting instead of unconscious creation.

Whether we actively talk…

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