If you are one of those jewellery hoarders and admirers, you should definitely read on to make your life a bit easier. Most of us love jewellery. Be it in any form. Junk, resin, metal, antique, gold, silver, long or short. If we love it, we buy it. But do you know what? Buying is easy, bargaining too, is easy. But what’s not easy is organizing these pieces. Jewellery organizing is a huge task. Imagine yourself getting ready for your office in the morning, or a party in the night for that matter. But you just have 5 minutes and you are rummaging through all the possible drawers and shelves in search of that one perfect earring that matches your dress. Frustrating, right? I know. I have experienced this a lot of times now to organize my jewellery.
This is a digital age. And how can it be complete without digital photos? We all have different ways to do it. Do you remember the time when you desperately needed a picture, may be to post it on Instagram or on Facebook but you couldn't pull it out on time because you didn't know where it was. If yes, I completely get you. We might take an assistance from the phone app by searching it on the basis of date or may be months. But that doesn't help always. In addition to this, there's another level of joy when everyone who knows you comes to you in search of a particular picture because they know you'll have it organized perfectly. Over the years, I too have developed a process which works best for me. So these are a few tips from a serious hoarder.
Earth is the third planet in the Solar System. And do you know what is the natural satellite of the Earth? It is the Moon. This is a very basic General Knowledge information for class 6 students. And hence, this article can act as quick notes for them. And we, as grown ups too can understand this to gain some more insight.
The moment we reach grade 8 or 9, one of the questions that pop up in our mind is: how to take notes? I know everyone of us might have thought about it at least a few times by now. I too am no exception to this. Especially during my graduation and post-graduation. I love taking notes. And the reason is very simple. It makes my work ten times easier. I don't have to go through long texts again, I can revise everything in a short span of time and it takes me an inch closer to my dream life.
Our life is a journey. We crave to reach an unknown destination which we feel will give us eternal happiness. But during that, we forget to enjoy the process. We underestimate the road that leads us there. And ultimately, we are never satisfied with what we achieve. So this creates a void and craving for a better and better life. But does such a life exist? Well, honestly speaking, it depends on us.