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Each Indian household has a robust internal disaster management system. Grandparents travel with their medicine kit no matter where they go. Parents fully charge their cellphones before going to any event. Chachiji insists on clicking enough photos so that there are multiple options for everyone’s display picture.
And yet. Not every disaster has been prepared for. For example, if you ask your parents whether they have written their will, the answer will be a horrified expressionMORE
The 20’s are a time of incredible changes and growing up a.k.a adulting. You land a job, start a business, move out, get into a stable long-term relationship, do some of these things, or maybe none of them. In all of this hullaballoo, though, one thing is forgotten- managing your finances like a pro. Sure, you would be stocking up on your monthly savings. But, is it enough? Are insurance plans really crucial?
In lieu of the International Youth Day celebrated in August, here’sMORE
Look around you or lean over to ask your colleague in the next cubicle- everyone, everywhere is suffering from an illness of some kind.
It doesn’t have to be earth-shattering like cancer. Rather, a disease like diabetes- which calls for daily watchfulness and care- is very commonplace and an accepted part of our lifestyle.
Anyone can guess the primary reason- stress- and it’s present in generous amounts. The resulting diagnosis can cripple anyone’s financial situation and putMORE
You look at her face- so innocent and pure as she sleeps in her crib- and feel your heart overflow with the desire to give her the best of what this world has to offer. This offering, however, won’t come without some serious forward-thinking and planning. And your newborn child- still so soft and vulnerable- deserves your invested planning and forethought, no?
Why education planning is the best kind of planning
It is no secret that educating your child isMORE