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How to Deal with the Winter Blues: What Is Seasonal

The winter blues or “Seasonal Affective Disorder” (SAD) is a common disorder characterized by sadness during the winter months, accompanied by sleeping issues and depression. If you start feeling sad without any reason as soon as winter kicks in, you’re likely suffering from winter blues or SAD.  Here are some effective tips for dealing with […]Read More


World Suicide Prevention Day 2021

World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD) is an awareness day recognized by the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO) and the World Federation for Mental Health (WFMH).  WSPD was first introduced in 2003; however, it wasn’t until 2011 when it became a globally recognized event. Here’s all you […]Read More


The Importance of Supporting NGOs

In this fast-paced world, people don’t understand the importance of social service. They work hard to give themselves a better life, which is great. But there are people who don’t have access to the resources you have. Many people don’t get adequate food, water, healthcare, and other necessary resources.  Supporting NGOs is an easy and […]Read More


International Day of Charity 2021

Observed by the UN General Assembly, the International Day of Charity is globally recognized annually on September 5th. The primary objective of this day is to encourage people to participate in charities and do something for the greater good.  Let’s take a look at the historical significance of International Day of Charity, along with how […]Read More


International Dog Day

There are many reasons to celebrate dogs. They have been man’s best friends for over 20,000 years. Whether you want someone to cuddle, protect your livestock, or guard your property, you should get a dog.  International Dog Day is celebrated every year on August 26th to promote dog ownership and increase awareness of owning dogs […]Read More


World Humanitarian Day

World Humanitarian Day is an internationally recognized event dedicated to humanitarian personnel, as well as to those who have dedicated their entire lives to humanitarian causes. The United Nations General Assembly designated the day and set August 19 as World Humanitarian Day.  Let’s delve into the historical significance of this day and how you can […]Read More


Interesting Meeting Practices Around the World

In this era of globalization, everyone from business owners to employees has the opportunity to leave their home country and talk to people from other countries. However, the way people meet and interact in one country can be completely different from how they do it in another country. Here are interesting meeting practices around the […]Read More


World Refill Day

Did you know that over a million marine animals die due to plastic debris in the oceans? About 8 million tons of plastic enters our oceans every year, disabling aquatic life and having a detrimental effect on the environment.  Despite there being so much awareness regarding the adverse effects of plastics, the use of single-use […]Read More


Nutrition and Hydration Week June 14th-20th 2021

Did you know that about 700 million people in the world are undernourished? Moreover, more than 20% of children worldwide are stunted due to chronic malnutrition.  Malnutrition is a world health crisis that needs to be addressed immediately. Over the years, several nonprofits have attempted to fight malnutrition and ensure that people worldwide get ample amounts of […]Read More