Blog on a Website or on Medium? Which is Better?

So you decided to start a blog and earn from writing. And as you become more serious, you get confused about which platform to use. Should I blog on my own website or on Medium? Is blogging on Medium worth it? Would self-hosting blogs better? Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. I may earn a

4 Most Profitable Passive Income Streams for Writers

Many writers have earned hundreds to thousands of bucks through online writing. While many writers earn from writing projects, it’s also most possible to earn astounding money from passive income streams. Let’s take the story of Ariana Huffington, the founder of HuffPost. She started a commentary blog site — yes, a blog — and paved her way to building

How to Cope with Too Many Interests

How to Cope with Interest-Hopping

It was in 2013 when I first recognized how interests gravely impact the course of our lives. Being a random and spontaneous person with too many interests, I was clueless about where I would end up.  I was an Architecture student back then. It wasn’t even my first choice — well, I didn’t have a first choice.

5 Ways to Deal with Toxic Co-Workers in the Workplace

You wake up and realize it’s gonna be another long day. Not that your job stresses you so much, but your toxic co-workers surely raise the stress-level to the roof. Toxic people and destructive mindset linger within the workplace. To be honest, they are difficult to subdue. While some toxic people feed on other people’s

9 Best Online Freelance Jobs for College Students

Working is an excellent way to pay for a college education. But, having a job can be challenging because studying is also essential for a college student. So what is the best solution to earn without risking school? Ever heard about freelancing? It’s a good side-hustle since one doesn’t need any major experience to apply

How to Deal with Excessive Self-consciousness

“I am one of the world’s most self-conscious people. I really have to struggle.” — Marilyn Monroe “I’m not shy!” I defended. “You only talk when you’re spoken to,” he said. “That doesn’t mean I’m shy. I just have nothing to say.” “If you’re not shy about it, then why can’t I talk to them?” “Because