New Year, New Habits

This new year let’s inculcate new habits. Taking big steps can seem very difficult but changing small habits which we usually neglect can help one make major lifestyle changes. Master health check up Undergoing a master health checkup once in 6 months can help us keep a tab on our health. They say prevention is …

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Financial Freedom

Last updated on May 8th, 2018Financial freedom is very subjective and depends on how you define it. Before achieving financial freedom you must define it. What does it mean to you? For some financial freedom is to have an early retirement, for some, it is to be able to choose the career path they love …

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Surprising your partner getting too expensive? Not anymore!

Last updated on August 6th, 2018Happiness is an unexpected present. Surprise your partner with something they want and let them know how special they are. Nothing like looking into the eyes of your loved ones when you surprise them with their most longing gift. Gifts for her Astonish her with a 1 Carat Solitaire Ring …

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Celebrate at affordable prices!

Last updated on August 6th, 2018They say the most pure form of love is what we receive from our parents. They love with no expectations. It’s unconditional. That said, it’s not a bad idea to do something special for them. What do parents expect at 60? A peaceful retirement. What can you give them at …

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European vacation for two weeks

Last updated on August 6th, 2018Henry David Thoreau once said “Not until we are lost do we begin to understand ourselves.” Europe is just the right place to lose and find oneself. Everyone wants to travel but most travel plans are limited by bank balances. Saving money to travel would probably be a good solution, …

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The Broke Person’s Guide to Celebrating

Last updated on March 27th, 2018 This article was first published on Huffington Post October is everyone’s favourite month, there are back-to-back festivals being celebrated all over the country. With those come long weekends, and holidays away from work. This is the time we plan to go home and visit the family, fly our parents down …

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Sabbatical? Yes you can Afford it

Last updated on March 27th, 2018 How often have you read the story of someone who’s taken a sabbatical and quit their job to do something crazy — like backpack across Europe, scale a mountain, or write a book? And as you heard their stories about adventures in new lands, meeting new people, trying wonderful new cuisines, …

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All Europe. 2 weeks. 1 lakh. Possible!

Last updated on April 5th, 2018A travel agent might tell you that you’re building castles in the air with a budget of Rs. 1 lakh for 2 weeks in Europe. While they would also like you to believe that they are the sole authority on how you should plan your sightseeing agenda, Upwardly will tell …

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