Things To Do During The Pandemic

With fewer social events and more days stuck at home, one positive aspect of Covid-19 is that you might have more time. While you’re likely still busy with homework, every now and then you might have some spare hours. In this article, I’m proposing 7 things you can do with that time. They offer a … Continue reading Things To Do During The Pandemic

The Psychology behind Job Interviews

No matter how many you’ve given in the past, the next job interview will always make you a lot more nervous than it should. Although we’ve probably had multiple one-on-one interactions with others in the past, the closed environment, the unarticulated expectations or criteria the interviewer is using to judge the candidate, the varying dynamics … Continue reading The Psychology behind Job Interviews

Stress During COVID-19: The Psychology, Behavioral Symptoms and Management Tips

Coronavirus - a term that we’re not only scared of, but also tired of hearing. Since its outbreak, most of us have been in a persistent state of anxiousness, for ourselves as well as our loved ones. Being in quarantine, maintaining our mental health has become just as important as our physical health. To do … Continue reading Stress During COVID-19: The Psychology, Behavioral Symptoms and Management Tips

Taking Risks and Being Spontaneous in Academic Life

There is a certain thrill to life in being spontaneous - impromptu adventures and last-minute plans can often end up being the most memorable. But how do you apply spontaneity to school and college life, a lifestyle that can seem so rigid and structured? In this article, I’ll give you my tips on how to have this approach towards your studies.