Ikigai: Find your Happy Place!

Ikigai is a Japanese term that literally translates into “a reason for being”. It’s describes a sense of purpose in life. The word consists of ‘Iki’ (to live) and ‘gai’ (reason). The term ikigai compounds two Japanese words: iki (生き) meaning “life; alive” and kai (甲斐) meaning “(an) effect; (a) result; (a) fruit; (a) worth; (a) use; (a) benefit; (no, little) avail” (sequentially voiced as gai) to arrive at “a reason for living [being alive]; a meaning for [to] life; what [something that] makes life worth living; a raison d’etre”. Let’s find out why you need this in your life.

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30 Things to do before 30!

We all have made the list where we have written down what we wanted to do before turning 20 or 25 or 30. But how many of us actually did it? I myself planned a lot of things but couldn’t do it or didn’t have time to do it, at least that’s what I say to myself. But I wanted to share my list what I want to do before turning 30 and hope some of you reading this can get some inspiration with this to go for their things to do before list. In no particular order-

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Top Travel Apps 2020!

In recent times hearing the world travel invokes only one response, when? The Covid-19 pandemic has brought the tourism industry to it’s knees. All the business that were mainly driven by tourists are now closing which is pretty sad to hear. At the end of the pandemic, whenever it ends, will leave only the big players in the business which might make it a monopoly and might drive prices of travel to new highs. Even if there is no travel possible in the recent times we still need to know which apps will be helpful when thinking about it.

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Top 5 apps for Meditation

There are a lot of apps out there for meditation in the large ecosystem of mobile and computers. Some of them are pretty good and some are just a method of looting a consumer into buying the app or any subscription and not delivering what is promised. As such there are thousands of videos on YouTube which are a less expensive way of learning the techniques of meditation.

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