Yik Yak isn’t new, but it’s grown in popularity on college campuses over the past couple of years. What makes it click is that it allows you to anonymously share your thoughts with people nearby, and posts can get up voted if they are interesting, which ensures that the most popular posts make it to the top of your feed a la Reddit.


A fun, lighthearted mish mash of the best elements of Facebook, Snapchat, Tumblr and Slack, Peach takes a very different approach to social. Sure much like Facebook, you add friends rather than followers, but unlike Facebook’s rich set of apps, posts on peach are limited to simple messages, albeit ones with tags for what music’s playing, how the weather is or an emoji to describe how you’re feeling. More importantly, everything you post within Peach  is contained entirely within the app or any way to view posts publicly on the Internet.


Balance your well-being needs amid a hectic schedule to enjoy a healthy heart and a better life

You have often heard people exclaim, “She is all heart!” or have had a hearty adda with your best buddies. There are times you work outside but your ‘ Home is where the heart is’. The heart of the matter is that this all-important organ in your body does the major work to keep you going and requires equal attention. Whether in ‘matters of the heart’ or the work which requires your brain to function fast, your heart gives you the power to perform. But you often burden your heart with a sedentary lifestyle, over indulging in alcohol or frequent smoking. It’s time you quit your  habits. To help you make a head start, World Heart Day- celebrated on 29th September every year- is stressing on ways to fuel your heart and power life this year.

So kick that cigarette but and make a brand new start. Drop that glass of strong alcohol and grab a healthier option. Eat home-cooked meals and save your health along with your pocket. To add onto  your lit of tips we have some more handy.


Recent studies have stressed on the need to look and feel slimmer without upsetting your entire body weight. Just focus on your tummy and half your work is done. Excess belly fat is linked to higher blood pressure and unhealthy blood lipid levels.


Make your hands work to help your mind unwind. Engaging in activities such as knitting, sewing, and crocheting can help relieve stress and do your ticker some good. Other relaxing hobbies, such as woodworking, cooking, or completing jigsaw puzzles, may also help take the edge off stressful days.

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