The Hole at the Ozone Layer is Drastically Improving!

Apparently, there is a major improvement in the healing of the ozone layer around the Antarctic Region. This may be due to the Montreal Protocol made in 1987 to stop producing ozone-depleting substances (ODSs) that could be responsible for the change or reversing of the air currents that can deplete these layers. Two major examples … Continue reading The Hole at the Ozone Layer is Drastically Improving!

Say Your Truths and Seek Them In Others – Elizabeth Lesser

In this TED Talk, Elizabeth Lesser takes the time to talk about frayed relationships as well as how the death of a loved one brought out the light into making way for saving a strained relationship. https://www.ted.com/talks/elizabeth_lesser_say_your_truths_and_seek_them_in_others?utm_campaign=tedspread&utm_medium=referral&utm_source=tedcomshare When I listened to this Ted Talk, I felt a wave of emotion rush through me as I … Continue reading Say Your Truths and Seek Them In Others – Elizabeth Lesser

How to Make Plans to Choose Your Ideal Career Path + Addressing About COVID-19

In this episode, I talk about the various ways that you can plan out your career path and how to select your choice of interest that would make for the fundamental essence of this path. The link for the episode is down below, so do listen to it and follow me on Spotify, Castbox, Breaker, … Continue reading How to Make Plans to Choose Your Ideal Career Path + Addressing About COVID-19

There’s no shame in taking care of your mental health- Sangu Delle

In a personal talk, Sangu Delle feels remorse for the deep prejudice of his own race: "Men shouldn't take care of their own mental health. He says that handling emotion and anxiety in his society is tough and thus he quotes "Being honest about how we feel doesn't make us weak - it makes us … Continue reading There’s no shame in taking care of your mental health- Sangu Delle

A COMPARISON B/W- COVID-19, SARS AND MERS

(FROM LEFT TO RIGHT- Left is COVID-19; Upper Right is SARS; Lower Right is MERS) The COVID-19 pandemic outbreak is known to be a similar form of the previous two epidemics- SARS and MERS. Let's have a look at the similarities and differences. The Case Rate- Apparently, COVID-19 has the highest amount of cases compared … Continue reading A COMPARISON B/W- COVID-19, SARS AND MERS

Grey’s Anatomy- Series Review

Name of the show- Grey's Anatomy Year of Release- 2005- present No. of Seasons- 16 Summary- Meridith Grey applies for an internship at the same hospital where her mother; the famous Dr Ellis Grey had worked. Follow her life from her internship with her fellow interns to her residency all the way to becoming a … Continue reading Grey’s Anatomy- Series Review

My Hero Academia- Season 2 and Season 3 Review

If you haven't read Season 1-¬†REVIEWING MY FIRST ANIME- MY HERO ACADEMIA (Season 1) WARNING- THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS SUMMARY FOR SEASON 2:-¬† Season 2 follows the aftermath of the attack on the USJ and to compensate for the massacre, UA decides to continue with hosting the Annual Sports Fest; a competition made for heroes … Continue reading My Hero Academia- Season 2 and Season 3 Review