Women Security In India, Single Woman Living Alone, Single woman
“Yes, I am a woman and I am single, and what can I do to feel safe in my own country?” Well, if you are one among those thousands of women who live all by themselves, you surely need to start to think about how to live a safe...
millennial consumers, millennials, new city
Millennial is a term used for people who were born between the early 1980’s and 2000’s. However, the exact range is debatable as many researcher’s claims it’s between 1970-1994. Well, we may not know the exact age range for the Millennials but do know the likenesses they share in...
college students, carbon footprint, ecological footprint, how to reduce carbon footprint, reduce carbon footprint, what is carbon footprint
Being in college is about having some of the most interesting and life-changing experiences. College students are at an age where they are filled with passion, they try new things and love the idea of being independent and free. Well in all that, have you heard of Carbon Footprint? To...
moving to a new city, living alone, i live alone, stay alone, staying alone
Staying alone has its own sets of pros and cons, the major aces being becoming independent and gaining that ultimate freedom to do things your own way and take decisions of your own. Also, you get over with that constant supervision of your parents on what you do and...
moving to a new city, living alone, i live alone, food
Did you think that living alone will always be an adventure for you? Experienced people, who have been living away from home for quite some time will surely understand how the fantasy of living an independent life, away from the strict watch of your parents quickly fades away and...
single ladies, single women, single women problems, unmarried woman problems
Nearly 73 million single women in India have a social media presence today, while this might sound cool, real life for these ladies might be much more complicated than we think. Yes, being single in India means you need to first answer the question - “Log kya Khayege” (what...