Coffee Can Portfolio 2024 – List of Stocks + How To Build [Low Risk Stock Picking]

Reading Time: 14 minutes “Compound Interest is the eighth wonder of the world. He who understands it earns it… he who doesn’t… pays it.” Albert Einstein  If you already know What a Coffee Can Portfolio or Coffee Can Investing is, jump right to the main topic of the blog – How to invest in the Coffee Can Portfolio. If you’re here just to see the list of coffee can portfolio 2024 stocks, jump right here. If there is one key learning to safe investing in the stock market, it is to buy stocks of “good companies” and hold them for long. Holding stocks for …

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10 Magical Homemade Solutions For Dry Hair That You Need Right Now

Reading Time: 13 minutes Phoebe Wallace Bridge’s character in the British web series Fleabag says to the hair stylist in one of the episodes that when her sister accidentally gets a terrible haircut, “It’s the difference between a good day and a bad day. We’re meant to think, it’s a symbol of power…some people are exploited for it and it pays your f****ng bills…Hair Is Everything” Well, Phoebe got that right, didn’t she? Hair sure IS everything! So when our tresses lose their lustre, the scalp gets dry, the texture gets rough and the frizz never quits, we lose our minds! And the blazing …

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Tales Of An Indian Expat: A Story Of Living Abroad

Reading Time: 8 minutes The decision to move abroad can be scary. There’s a constant fear of the unknown, a feeling of being in the unfamiliar. But what if I told you that moving to another country can open new doors for you and even enrich your life? Well, that is exactly what has happened to thousands of people from India, like me, who have had the courage to take that step. Whether it’s for better career prospects, educational opportunities, new friends, or just a change of scenery, people from India who have made the move have found that their overseas experience was worth …

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Outrunning Injury: 8 Beginner Running Injuries and How to Prevent/ Recover

Reading Time: 7 minutes If you’re a beginner runner, it’s important to be aware of the common injuries that can occur during training. In this blog post, we will cover the most common beginner running injuries – from runner’s knee to IT band syndrome. We will also try and cover ways to prevent and recover. 1. Runner’s Knee Runner’s knee, also known as patellofemoral pain syndrome, is a common running injury that is characterised by a dull, achy pain underneath the kneecap. This type of pain can occur during a run or after a hard workout, and it may worsen with activity or in …

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Local Governments And Waste Management

Reading Time: 5 minutes “The job of a government is to collect waste and taxes”, so go the immortal words uttered by Joel Singer (Director of the International Law Department in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) Judge Advocate General Corps and, subsequently, Legal Adviser to the Israeli Foreign Ministry) in the HBO drama called Oslo. Joel Singer negotiated the Oslo Accords between Israel and Palestine leading to the formal global acceptance of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO). That, however interesting, isn’t the reason for the write-up. What I wish to raise is that local governments in India, Municipal Bodies, have miserably failed in doing …

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10 Seconds Can’t Take My Happiness Away – The London Marathon Experience

Reading Time: 7 minutes I planned to run the London Marathon aiming to raise $2620 for the Worldwide Cancer Research and a couple of months into the fundraising, my dear friend Rajnish joined me. Apart from Delhi, London is the only city where I have lived and getting a chance to run in that city was a dream come true. When I signed up with dear friend and coach Nivi for the marathon training (for the 3rd time!), she asked about my goal and my answer was to finish strong without any injuries (during the training block or the race), enjoy the beautiful course …

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Limiting Climate Change – How Many Of These 17 Things Are You Doing?

Reading Time: 9 minutes So, are we going to talk about the big elephant in the room already? What started off as global warming, and got panned all round because hey, I am getting snowed more often, or we are getting a lot more rain – formally had a name change to be called climate change. Cue eye roll. As if changing the name of the disaster changes the disaster itself. Check out an interesting take on the 2020 Natural Calamities Are you like me, someone who has developed climate anxiety, who worries and frets that we aren’t doing enough? I am sorry, I …

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What Is Your “Happy Run”? Mine is 3 + 6 + 7 + 9!

Reading Time: 7 minutes Running is one activity that has been a constant part of my life for the last 4 years. Through running I meet new people, visit new places, and most importantly it boosts my overall confidence and keeps my mind in control. Through this post, my intention is not to talk about the benefits of running. It’s the next stage – once you do understand the benefits and have made running a part of your lifestyle, what about it makes you happy? The topic is incomplete without a mention of runner’s high i.e. the sense of euphoria (sense of extreme joy …

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Tales Of Reading: 8 Books You Must Grab Right Now For Some Escape Vibes

Reading Time: 6 minutes Hmm…let’s see. Two years of intense lockdowns, second, third waves, Delta, Omicron, isolation, weekend curfews, reopening of offices only to get back to WFH again…a rollercoaster life is what we eventually got used to, am I right? What have you been doing? Cooking and Baking Gardening Movies Blogging Tailoring (because why not?) Painting Reading Learning a new skill(s) You get the drift. Every possible way to engage the brain has been used up. New innovations have seen the light of the day. Records are being broken in writing and clearing professional and non-professional exams. New ideas are becoming startups. And …

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Bringing a New Life into your Lives: Newborn Baby Welcome Decoration Ideas

Reading Time: 5 minutes Nayantara: Hi Arshika! How are you? It’s been months since we met. I have news for you. My baby is due on the 19th of next month. I can’t wait to meet him or her super soon. Definitely can’t contain my excitement! Arshika: Oh, that is amazing! Congratulations and good luck!! So what have you planned for the little one’s special welcome? Nayantara: I have been struggling with ideas and don’t know where to begin and what to do. I’m confused and oh so tired all the time! Can you suggest a few newborn baby welcome decoration ideas, please? Arshika: …

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