1) List down your habits.
As you are planning to have a side hustle remember that it should never be a burden to you; instead, you should enjoy it. So make sure you make a side hustle which makes you feel refreshed.
2) Write down why you want to hustle?
Asking this question before starting your journey is crucial. Your intention will always be your only
motivation and make you stick to your hustle. So, make sure you write your intention before going ahead.
3) Think if it is adding value to your life?
Whatever you do in life should add value to your life and make you a better individual. Every day should be a learning process, and your side hustle should make you learn more and more skills.
4) Research whether it can pay you or not?
Make sure there is demand in the market for your hobby. Explore and surf all platforms to find whether your hobby can pay you or not. If yes, then go-ahead. If no, think about whether you can create something new or valuable thing, from which people get benefited, and you get paid as well.
5) Work on it.
The last but crucial step is to work on it. There is no perfect beginning. It’s just you need to start to become perfect. So don’t self-doubt; instead, believe that you can do it and work for it.
Follow these simple steps to get paid for your hobby.
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Written by – Sahithya


Reel life: The so-called perfect life. We all have once wished to have a life as shown in movies or the life led by the actors. Little did we know that the life they show on screen is not their real life. They portray themselves to be perfect (which is a need of the movie or show) but that isn’t true. We are shown the perfect couples ending with a perfect relationship, actresses with flawless skin, actors with the perfect built-up body, ideal women with an ideal figure and flat stomach, children with no tensions and burdens, adults living the best of their life. This is what we dream of but cannot be true in everyone’s life. We can’t just achieve the things we had wished for in a single day and that too without any hard work or an illegal method. We can’t have our dream home or vacation plan accomplished in a single day as shown in the movies.

And after watching the perfect life of actors, we all try to imitate them. We spend millions to have a figure or skin like them or look perfect and flawless. This has led to a change in the mindset of the people, the audience. We start working to have a life like the celebrities are shown in their movies and fail in it, ultimately leading to disappointment, and we can’t even work for the things we were really capable of. We start underestimating our value because we couldn’t achieve what the actors did in their reel life. We fail to understand that they earn for their acting skills, and that is not the actual life they live. They, too, have their own problems and issues in their personal life which they do not show on the screen. Even they don’t live in the fantasy world that they show in their movies. As an audience, we just focus on the imaginary world shown to us and ignore the reality that “Reel is not the real world.”

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Written by Deepali Karnika


Body is an integral part of our life. Similarly, ‘Body shaming’ is all around us and judging has become such an automatic response that people tend to do it without any prior thoughts. Some people try to find humor in degrading someone else’s figure which is highly undesirable. The problem arises when we start judging others based on outer looks.

The world is too big to have one sort of view to show beauty. It’s time to break the mold if we want to stop ‘Body shaming’ in all forms. Motivate, encourage, and support the differences. If each one of us starts to accept our body structures, nobody can make us feel bad about it.

Thinking about the parts of your body you could change or comparing them with the notion of “perfect body” our media has successfully created. It saddens me to witness the social media popularizing certain body types as beautiful. Today, almost all teenagers are highly active on social media. When platforms like Facebook and Instagram reinforce the ideal concepts of beauty, it distorts the thinking processes of the teenagers who in turn experience insecurity and face issues of low self-esteem later in life.

I remember reading an article about a 22-year-old photography student who started approaching plus-size females and offered photo shoots to them. He believed we should take the responsibility for the change we demand and has been spreading awareness since. He also wanted to open a plus-size modeling agency that would challenge and fight the established culture of body shaming.

Intentionally or unintentionally most of the people including we do body shaming, and we don’t even realize. At the same of view, we all have more or less experiences regarding this.

Some of us are laughed at those who are under-weight,

NO ‘Body shaming’.

Some of us are fat,

we are alienated for being dark

Some of us couldn’t smile because of crooked teeth.

Many of us are short.

Sometimes this body-shaming thing goes beyond the boundaries.

Many people who judge intelligence based on looks.

Many people who guess the profession of other people just by looking at them.

Even someone assumed an intellectual person as a maid just because of skin color.

In schools/colleges if a kid doesn’t fall under the category of so-called good looking/perfect people, people mock at the uncommon kid. They couldn’t make friends easily. If this happens regularly people go into depression, suffer from an inferiority complex, lose confidence, and keep themselves away from everyone, they might even develop anxiety and other mental issues.

If you can’t make a person feel better at least you shouldn’t make them feel worse. You don’t know what they are going through or what they went through, even if you comment on someone just for fun and without any wrong intentions, still, they might get hurt because they might have been commented numerous times not just by you alone. Don’t judge anyone, treat people around you with respect, understand, and help them.

We often blame society for what is happening around but we need to realize that it is we who form the society. Thus, the first step is to fight our thinking patterns to accept ourselves, and then we need to make others aware of the same. Embrace who you are!

By- M. Hema Sri