Creativity comes from the word, create or creation . There is a great saying that “Creativity comes from conflict of ideas”. We have heard people say that God only created us all. If so, He is the first creator. Anything that takes shape because we use our brain and start doing it – it may be just any imaginary object- is called a creation. A potter produces pots, To produce them, he should have given a deep thought, or studied it from some sources which he had seen before and shared his views before trying them.

A story is created by an author after he or she thinks of a plot and then analyse how it could be elaborated and told in an interesting manner. Creativity is everywhere and is prevailing in all spheres of life. Science,engineering,technology,medicine,cookery and so on. Every invention is also the work of creation.One can discover a thing all of a sudden, but not invent abruptly unless worked hard.

It requires patience,constant practice and innovative ideas . Similarly, there are two kinds of artists: creative artists who imagine things and paints, while the others paint what they see. Art is also a creation. Precisely, it is to see an invisible thing! every one has some sort of talent. To cite an instance Genius Ramanujan was a mathematical genius but he did not do well in English.

Creativity is the basic tool for an inventor. He/She mentally forms an idea ,jots it down and then works at it . If he does not get the result , she changes the method. Likewise,he/she keeps trying different ways. One of which would be successful.


Awesome blogger award

Hello everyone , hope you are staying safe and having a productive day. Something that started as a hobby turned out to be a passion. I am extremely excited to inform you all that I have been nominated for this awesome blogger award by do check out her blog it is a dream come true for anyone who is interested in science like me , your blogs always make me think about my opinion so happy to able to be connected to someone who loves science so much 😊

What are the award’s rules?

  1. Thank the person who nominated you.
  2. Tag the post with #awesomebloggeraward. [But how?!]
  3. Answer the questions you were asked.
  4. Nominate at least five bloggers and inform them of their nomination.
  5. Give them ten new questions to answer.


  1. If you could change 3 things about your country, what would you change?
  2. Which is one cartoon you enjoy watching?
  3. What personality trait do you wish you had?
  4. Do you want a pet?
  5. Would you rather have 100 mouse-sized peacocks or one peacock-sized mouse?
  6. Which food combination do you want to ban?
  7. Besides the language[s] you speak, which other language sounds quite appealing and interesting to you?
  8. Let’s say it was possible to swim in any liquid but water. Which would you choose?
  9. What job do you think you were born to do?
  10. Pick one- baking or cooking?

1) The three that I would like to change about my country is 1 Agriculture should be encouraged and modern agriculture techniques should be used. 2 keeping the roads , railways and other public places litter free and clean. 3 Education should be available at an affordable price for every citizen of the country

2) I really enjoyed watching Dora the explorer.

3) The personality trait I wish I had is openness

4) I really wish I had a pet and I would want a puppy

5) I would rather have 100 mouse sized peacocks because I am not a great fan of mouse

6) pickles and chocolate is the most disgusting food combination and I one of my friends recommend this.

7) Spanish, and I am really excited to Spanish using this app called dulingo

8) I would want to swim in orange juice one of my favourite or coffee☕.

9) Doctor is my idea job according to me as I am really interested in biology .

10) Baking because it is lot more easier according to me🍪

Questions from my side.

1) Will you continue blogging in the future 2) The best prank you have pulled so far  3) Are an introvert or extrovert? 4) your favourite movie. 5) Your favourite subject.  6) Your favourite birthday so far. 7)A weird food combination you have tasted? 8) Name place you have always wanted to visit 9) How will your ideal room look like. 10) The person who inspires you the most 

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5 tips to plan and study for online classes

1. Be ready for your online classes- prepare and devote extra time to your lessons. The dynamics of online classes rely a lot on reading provided materials, taking notes accordingly and essentially take in a lot of information that would otherwise be toned down in presential lessons. This extra workload will force you to adapt to a different learning routine and to pay more attention to details, secondary resources of information and learning materials including visual aids. What will help you managing this is being able to carefully catalog all of these materials in an organized digital folder and index their titles, contents and date of assignment in the note taking software of your preference or neatly pen it down in a notebook.

2. Learn to be equally strict with your schedule have a strict schedule . The lack of physical boundaries between your house and your school will blur the lines between leisure and work. A good way to create invisible, but equally effective boundaries is using the calendar blocking technique.

3. Prepare ahead for classes and make a ritual out of logging in early [log in early]. I suggest you to get familiar with the virtual classroom software tool and looking at the tools available to you, like private chatting, community notes or the possibility to record the class. Also, just memorize in your brain, where the mute button is because that may save your life from incredibly embarrassing situations.

4. Don’t be afraid to go beyond listening to your lectures and [get engaged] by participating in your classes and contacting other classmates through virtual study groups where you can share questions and ideas, as well as share study materials.

5. Whenever you have trouble practicing time management, remember you should be treating studying like a full-time job. Show up, schedule in your assignments, tasks and assessments in an organized way, share your knowledge and notes and set daily goals and task lists like your boss was looking over your shoulder and supervising your work. This change in mindset will be more important to your long-term success than incorporating all the study hacks you can find online into your study routine.

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How to read more books

Even if you don’t consider yourself an avid reader, reading is probably a habit that you want to incorporate into your daily routine more often. Books are a great source of entertainment, knowledge, inspiration and can even be your go-to-source for information related to your job or school work. Although I’ve always considered myself a very disciplined reader, I’ve successfully created a set of rules for myself to make sure I’m reading at a rhythm that I enjoy without getting bored quickly and constantly exchange that habit for other more attractive entertainment mediums – like, you know, videogames.

The kicker: developing a reading habit is easier when you substitute part of your entertainment time with reading. If you’re working a full time job or have a demanding schedule, you’ll probably want to spend some of your down time forgetting all about your tasks and chores and feeling entertained. The problem is, entertainment comes in all sizes and formats and things like watching tv or playing videogames, despite being great, can burn a hole in your schedule due to their highly addictive nature. My typical first rule is to make sure I read every day, even if it’s just for ten minutes – and after that I allow myself to continue binge watching my favourite videos

The motivation: a challenge is a good starting point. In the beginning of the year I like to create a reading challenge for myself. Last year I promised to read 24 books, the equivalent of two books per month but this year I decided to double the challenge and increase that to fifty book

Understand if you’re more an ebook type of person. Especially if you carry around a tablet or reading device like a Kindle, maybe you prefer the comfort of a small portable device to read instead of a bulky book. Maybe taking notes or highlighting the most interesting passages of the book you’re reading, especially if it’s a self-help book, can increase your engagement with your reading habits. If you have books in PDF format you can rely on a PDF editor to maximize your engagement and you can do that with today’s sponsor, PDF element. PDF element offers a seamless experience while you are reading and annotating your documents . Although the interface is simple, it allows you to quickly add comments, add or edit text or images as well as hyperlinks. It’s a powerful editor that allows you to focus on the really important tools while you are studying or reading, deleting all the bells and whistles from other pro versions and getting back to editing basics. It basically has way faster page scrolling. You can view one page at a time, all pages continuously, or two pages side-by-side to achieve the best readability for your needs.

Try audiobooks. If all else fails, you can always listen to your books instead of reading them. Audiobooks are an incredible choice for people who are constantly busy, engage in long commutes or simple aren’t patient enough to sit on the couch and read. Audible is an incredible source for audiobooks. This is a link a for free audible :

Incorporating social media into your reading habits. Here is when social media can come in handy. If you’re currently struggling with your reading habits, then using an online community to get involved and inspired can be an incredibly positive thing to get you in the mood for reading more. I keep track of all my reading progress on Goodreads and try as much as I can to review and rate all of my books, send book recommendations to some of my friends and follow groups and bookclubs featuring interesting

How to do more deep work

Deep work: professional activities performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that push your cognitive capabilities to their limit. These efforts create new value, improve your skill, and are hard to replicate. This is the definition of deep work given by Cal Newport in his book with the same name. It provides a clear-cut pathway to improve your academic or professional efforts by shifting your mindset while you are working.

Deep work is valuable because it helps you learn hard things more quickly and allows you to produce at an “elite” level in terms of quality and speed. However, due to the media and also the way firms and companies are being structured, shallow work seems to be preferred over deep work. That means that those who are able to create opportunities to work deeply will thrive.

Deep work can be contrasted with shallow work, which comprises of non-cognitively demanding, logistical-style tasks, often performed while distracted. These efforts tend to not create much new value in the world and are easy to replicate.

But what is deep work all about? Deep work requires you to maintain a high degree of concentration while working on hard tasks. Instead of relying on the notion of being busy, deep work is more focused on your ability to be mindfully productive and tackle high quality work that has a clear-cut purpose in your goals. In a certain way, deep work applies concepts of minimalism and essentialism and translated that into an activity that allows your attention to focus on a specific skill while always remembering to receive feedback to correct your attention and delve even deeper into your work.

Adam Grant uses a formula that basically states that High-Quality Work Produced equals time spent multiplied by the intensity of focus. With this in mind, by maximising the intensity of how you work, you are maximising the results produced per unit of time spent. But even if we just concluded that deep work is valuable, we also know that getting into that state of mind can be incredibly hard. That’s why it’s so important to transform our good intentions into habits and routines that actually allow us to practice deep work.

with phone the barriers of deep work can be, at one hand, the so-called culture of connectivity that requires you to be constantly connected. This will distract you from your current tasks at work because there’s a part of your mind that’s always expecting an e-mail, a message or other type of attention-seeking trigger. This unables you to focus thoroughly in your work. Furthermore, easier tasks will always be the tasks that we want to do. They usually provide us with automatic rewards and our human brain is much more prone to seek behaviours that result in quick rewards than seek behaviours that carry long-term rewards, even if those are much better and more valuable.

A good way to add more deep work into your life is to ritualize it or create a routine, like doing some deep work at certain times of the day or week. In doing this you should decide where you’ll be working and for how long, how you’ll work and how you’ll support your work. Another thing that’s really important is to reduce time spent in social media. The focus here on social media is due to the draining power it has on your abillity to focus and devote your available time for working.

Efficient note taking methods

Q/E/C method- The Q/E/C method is another study method that Cal Newport talks a lot about in his Straight-A book. Q/E/C stands for Question/Evidence/Conclusion, and the main purpose of this system is to structure all of your lecture into question, evidence and conclusion formats that you can then compile into one big study guide. Besides reducing the amount of unnecessary information transcribed into your notes, the Q/E/C system creates a clear and obvious interrelation between topic, conclusion and the stream of facts and arguments that connect the two. Furthermore, this note-taking system is two-in-one, since, besides helping you organize information while you are reading or attending your lectures, you’re also creating valuable study materials to use during revision

Morse Code Method- The Morse code method is a note-taking method envisioned by Cal Newport and focus mainly on taking advantage of written materials. Whenever you find a sentence that seems to be laying out a main idea, you should draw a dot next to it in the margin; if you then come across an example or explanation that supports that big idea you should draw a dash next to it on the margin. This allows you to record information without breaking your reading momentum so you can then take notes. The act of taking the dots you’ve written and transforming them into notes is called the processing stage and it basically requires you to paraphrase the main idea in your own words in a bullet point. The author then encourages you to take all of these sentences and review them in the format of a major question: “What is the main question being asked in the article? What is the conclusion the authors point towards?”

Flow Notes – Flow notes are very similar to mind maps but they have no rules in terms of structure. Although difficult to review, they allow you to incorporate a large amount of information during your class, because they are a free pass for you to simply throw facts, arguments, topics and dates on the page with no specific order while connecting and linking these ideas as you hear them. Flow notes are great for those who hate transcribing information and prefer to process what they’re hearing into workable sentences or words; it’s an holistic method that works wonders for classes with no clear structure, or discussion with interrelated components that aren’t easily organized via outline or mind map format. In case your class is highly dense on information, making it impossible to compress all of the facts, you can still use flow notes as a hybrid system to comment and annotate original materials and textbooks to create summaries or visual aids for complex chapters or topics.

How schedule your time

1) Schedule short study sessions, every day. In most typical school schedules, your classes will probably take a morning or an afternoon, or the equivalent of six to eight hours of classes divided in multiple chunks of time. This means that you should manage the remaining hours of the day to do most of your homework, as well as taking enough time to take your meals, relaxing and having the appropriate number of hours of sleep.

In doing this, less is better – the best students know how to schedule daily small chunks of deeply focused work, instead of cramming everything once a week or right before the exam. You should forget the typical idea stating that more time studying equals more memorisation or comprehension. In fact, studying for an extended period of time without breaks may actually hurt your ability to learn your material.The goal here, then, is to schedule one to three study sessions per day in your calendar. Usually, each study session (and that means an uninterrupted stretch of time of focused work) should range from 20 minutes to one hour. Whether you study for 20 , forty or sixty minutes depends on a number of variables like your levels of energy, focus, your interest on the learning material and even your comprehension of the subject. Harder topics may require a longer study session, while easier topics may only need a 20 minute revision time. Interesting topics or problem sets can probably be solved faster, since you are more motivated to work through them, then boring exercises. The secret is to understand that each session should range from 20 minutes to 1 hour. After a session is complete you should take a break from 5 to 15 minutes and after the break is over you can proceed to a second study session continuing the same subject or related to other course. Since we are trying to maximize your effort in less time, it’s recommended that you do no more than three focused study sessions in a row. Our goal is to create a manageable and short study routine that can be repeated daily and not an overwhelming period of reading and problem solving that only happens once or twice a week

2)Schedule a longer buffer session per week. Although you should focus your efforts on small chunks of deep work during the week, it’s a good idea to schedule a couple of hours per week as your buffer. An early morning or an evening during the weekend is a great time to place your buffer in your schedule since it’s probably a more flexible time for you and since it’s also the end of your weekly classes, you can use it for any of your classes. Remember that the goal is to not use your bufferbut you should schedule it anyway so you know it’s there in case something goes wrong during the week. If you’ve been organized and were able to keep up with your schedule then you’ve just earned a couple of hours of time for yourself.

3) Have strict time management habits.A good study routine can only be created and maintained with strict time management habits. And here I refer to time management as the act of allotting specific study related tasks to specific slots of time or, in this case, your short study sessions. This means that your short study sessions shouldn’t comprise of an abstract selection of school work but rather an organized workflow of tasks you need to complete. For instance, if you schedule a study session in your calendar from 2 to 3 pm and just plan to study for your “History” class, that’s bad time management. When scheduling that event in your calendar, you should already know what specific tasks you should be covering during that hour. For instance, a good example of this would be planning to “read from page 15 to page 30” for History and answer two discussion questions. Another important point for strict time management is that you should consistently go through the list of tasks you have to complete on a certain day or week, evaluate them and move them around if needed. Basically, the first thing you should be worried about is your own perception of the amount of work you have to go through.

How to read more books

1. Switch genres dramatically: The trick to be consistent and read a lot of books is mixing up genres. it definitely makes a lot of difference for instance, while reading a classic can be incredible, the type of writing is usually dense, complex and the books are usually quite long.

2.Find a buddy reader : If you are struggling with your reading habits, buddy reading a novel is a great way to keep accountable for your reading. You can create your own rules, grab some coffee and discuss the novel from time to time. You get a lot of interesting insights out of this discussion and it’s also a great way to end up reading some books that you didn’t chose and some of them can end up surprising you.

3.Try reading challenges: there are some awesome reading challenges out there, like the O.W.L. challenge which basically requires you to read a book corresponding to one of the subject’s covered in Hogwarts O.W.L. Exams, or the readathon which is an intensive period where you read more than usual and set a unattainable goal to reach

4.Swap books with a friend: challenge a friend to pick a book from their bookshelf for you to read and do the same for them. The only rule is picking a book that your friend hasn’t read before.

5.Come up with random ways to pick books: when you’re feeling like you can’t select a new book to read, just find a completely ridiculous way to pick a book. Like entering the bookstore to purchase a book with a hard cover. Actually you might end up with a very nice book

How to organise your brain

We organize information without even thinking about it. It’s not just the act of storing files into different folders, writing down a to-do list or setting up a planner. The way you create an hierarchy of thoughts, prioritize actions, create little rituals around your daily routine are all symptoms of an organized mind.

The curious thing is that people who are on top of their game are used to this without thinking about it. This is the so called active sorting the way you separate things you need to deal with with things you don’,t without giving it much thought. Active sorting can be translated into a system that a lot of you are familiar with – the Eisenhower matrix. It’s the organizational system that breaks down tasks into urgent and important; important but not urgent, urgent and non-important and non-urgent and non-important. Some people can do this breakdown instantly when they come across the relevant data, other people have to use another building block to do this exercise → a brain extender.

A brain extender is a calendar, a smartphone, a time management app, a notebook. These are systems of attention and memory that are external to your brain but are built to be accessed by the brain at all times. As such, the information you type or write down in these brain extenders needs to have the same language as your internal organization and categorization system. This is why you hear a lot of the times that when you’re planning, you should use simple language. This is because your thoughts are usually not very complex and the way your brain processes information and organizes it doesn’t use fancy words or formulas.

Then you have the famous brain dump, the thing you do when you have to clear your mind. It rids your brain of any clutter that’s in your head and gives you the space to focus on what you want to focus on . Some items in your brain dump may be things that you believe you are able to do at the same time, like working on a project while you’re hearing to music or trying to read your textbook while TV is playing in the background. But, as you’ve probably heard before, multitasking has its own costs , it takes a lot of energy to shift your attention from task to task.

Brain dump

So if you have a long term project or task that needs to be accomplished, it’s not enough to write down that you need to complete it; you have instead to break it down into parts and import it into a more complex organization system.

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How to cope with isolation

Adapting to a life at home 24 hours a day, seven days a week, can be hard in the beginning, especially if you live in an apartment and have very limited access to the outdoors.

I think that one of the best ways to cope with this new reality is allowing yourself to adapt to a new routine but without changing the old one too much. Your life has key components that need to be fulfilled, even if you’re not allowed to go outside. Exercising, socialising, eating healthy, learning new things and having a healthy sleep schedule are all parts of a healthy lifestyle that you can still pursue and mimic at home

So to make life a little bit less hectic, make a list of 1) people you have to call, 2) supplies you need to get delivered and 3) things you need to cancel or postpone.

People have different exercise needs but stopping your old workout routine is worse than adapting it to the limited space in your house. Stretching, doing yoga or a low impact fitness workout on a mat or, for those who can handle it

But even if you are able to stay healthy and keep your home and your family healthy, staying behind closed doors for too long will probably feel boring and tedious after the first couple of days.

You can get entertained with endless video subscriptions, video games that you can purchase online, documentaries and tv shows, podcasts and live music shows. You can order books from amazon and start tackling that to-read list that you have been putting off for years. You can start personal projects that you never had the time to pursue before, like writing a book, learning a new concept or planning to redecorate you room when all of this is over. There are almost unlimited things you can do at home and that will maybe even help the people around you.

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