Akshata is a writer and doodler with a strong interest in slow, focused, simple living. She is always up for dessert and interesting conversation.
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Akshata's Latest Posts
How do you ensure that your transition to the new OS is smooth? Stick to the following five rules and you should do just fine.
Are underwater cities the future of urban living? These concepts show what’s possible.
We saw some interesting Linux distributions make their presence felt in 2014. A few more are scheduled for a stable release in 2015. Let’s take a look at four of them.
Bad habits can’t be all that bad if they can help you in some way. Beat them at their own game by pitting them against each other.
Do resolutions last beyond January? It might be impossible to stick to your goal one hundred percent, but with the tips here, you can do a pretty good job of it.
Frustrated with the demands and dictates of our consumerist culture, many people have opted out of it. They have embraced simpler lifestyles, even minimalist ones, to rediscover what makes them happy. Find your inspiration.
Searching for and relying on online medical information to diagnose/treat yourself, someone you know, or even a pet, can prove costlier than you think. Here’s why…
With a little thought and creativity, you can create the perfect start to your day, your way. If you’re still working on your morning routine, here’s a little inspiration.
Life’s good at blindsiding you every now and then. With a few simple strategies, you can become adept at handling all of life’s uncertainties with aplomb.
Struggling to write? Your muse is not playing hard to get. She’s only trying to avoid coming face to face with that editor who lives inside your brain.
There will be good days and bad days, productive and unproductive ones. You can tilt the scales in favor of the productive days by making some simple changes to your routine.
Ever wished Evernote had a simpler, easier-to navigate Web interface? Your wish has been granted. Evernote Web just had a makeover, and it appears refreshingly zen in its latest avatar.
The calendar is not always the ideal solution. If “I don’t have enough time” is your constant refrain, you need to change tack and adopt a new, more efficient approach to time management.
Habits are hard to hack. Daily rituals are way easier. You keep at something (good or bad) for several days in a row and it turns into a habit.
There are just so many amazing books out there. To never have finished at least some is a regret waiting to be felt. Forestall it by reading more and reading smart with the following tips.