7 emerging genres in fiction writing

There is a silent revolution taking shape right now, and it doesn't involve guns and swords but something considered mightier: the pen (or its modern equivalent, the keyboard). As novelist Henry Giles once said: Silent, passive, and noiseless though they may be, books set in action countless multitudes, and change the order of nations. In … Continue reading 7 emerging genres in fiction writing

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Get faster and stronger with correct running form

You've bought the expensive kicks and landed on a scenic route for your morning run and soon you'll be ready for your first racing experience. Don't expect Rocky levels just yet. There's more to running than hitting the road, however; one of the most important factors being running form. Research says that proper running form … Continue reading Get faster and stronger with correct running form

5 steps for making meditation a habit

When we are unaware of our thoughts and urges, which arise in the back of our mind mostly unnoticed, they have a power over us. We are unable to experience real change if these unbidden thoughts control us. "But when we learn to observe them, we can then release their power over us. Meditation is … Continue reading 5 steps for making meditation a habit

How Ranveer Singh is cashing in on hipsters

Cringe a) Bend one's head and body in fear or apprehension or in a servile manner. b) What I do every time Ranveer Singh is praised for acting/ fashion sense/ jokery/ off-screen antics. I know I am going to draw a lot of flak for this post, and probably lose a few friends. After, everybody … Continue reading How Ranveer Singh is cashing in on hipsters

Guest post: Who’s the one who is rescued? 

When it comes to rescue cats, we're under an illusion of being saviours when we are actually the ones being rescued. This is the third and final extract Unstuck is publishing from an ongoing series of love letters which journalist Simona Terron is writing to her kitten Laurie while she's away. Read the full series on … Continue reading Guest post: Who’s the one who is rescued? 

Guest post: Second love letter to Laurie

This is the second extract in an ongoing series of love letters journalist Simona Terron is writing to her kitten while she's away (the entire series is up on the Medium app). What does it take to commit to adopting a homeless cat? “Adopting you clearly a well-thought out and logical decision. Because yes, I … Continue reading Guest post: Second love letter to Laurie

Guest post: Why I started writing love letters to a kitten

Attempting to achieve new heights in already high levels of 'crazy cat lady'-ness, Simona Terron has begun actually corresponding with her cat. Online. Publicly. The genesis It all began when I came across Series, a new kind of publishing format on the online platform for writers, Medium.com where readers could follow an author’s work as … Continue reading Guest post: Why I started writing love letters to a kitten

Why cities will benefit from singles in the future

The rise of singles and unmarrieds could be a boon for urban life in the long run. As staying single becomes an authentic choice, here's why it's a social win-win There are more people than ever across the world today who are choosing singledom, not just before settling down but as a choice of a … Continue reading Why cities will benefit from singles in the future

Guest post: ‘Bombay Gal’ Arushi Dutt on going solo in Meghalaya

(Our guest writer Arushi Dutt is a vlogger. She covers the city of Mumbai on her YouTube channel That Global Desi and is a consultant itinerary expert for travel app GoPo. Whether Arushi is eating, interviewing or shooting, her mile-wide smile is always intact. Back from Meghalaya, she writes about going it alone for the … Continue reading Guest post: ‘Bombay Gal’ Arushi Dutt on going solo in Meghalaya

Mindful eating: The free technique for taste and weight loss

Deliberately eating at a slow pace could help you shed extra kilos. Nutritionists have dubbed this alternative approach 'mindful eating'. It harks back to the Buddhist concept of mindfulness, which can be summed up in a line as being fully aware of the present moment. One propagator was Horace Fletcher, an early 20th century food … Continue reading Mindful eating: The free technique for taste and weight loss