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A Letter to my 18 Year Old Self.

Naive: Someone who once was very close to me, called me THAT, when I was debating over a lost relationship. I had to google what it meant. But for some reason, instead of laughing at the meaning, I felt the word striking the very core of my emotional capability. Was I really naive?




The Way for Women and Financial Freedom.

In this day and age, you would think that women and men would have an equal pay gap. But no, according to research a woman earns 77 cents to every dollar that a man earns. Most of the times, women don't really have that financial freedom - they can't just spend it on things without thinking what effect it will take on their savings. They have to think about their family, their kids, maybe putting food on the table. I am not saying that men don't contribute or they carelessly spend their money, but for a woman, usually, their financial freedom is limited.


BLOGTOBER - DAY EIGHT: Choosing the perfect shoes for your child.

I love shopping for myself but loathe shopping for my son because he is super picky about what clothes he wants to wear, and when it comes down to shoes, I want to cry. Luckily over the past few years, I have learned a lesson here or there and now shoe shopping isn’t as bad as it used to be.

Here are my top tricks to find that perfect pair of shoes: