Author Archives: Jyoti Agarwal

About Jyoti Agarwal

Jyoti is a content writer based in Noida, India.

How to Tackle Physical Abuse and Bullying by Men in India

Bullying is a not an India specific problem but is a universal issue. However, what makes the problem even bigger in India is the male dominant society and ancient thinking which doesn’t seem to change much. The shameful thing is that often the girl who was abused/bullied is treated as the culprit and not the victim. Indian girls face harassment … Continue reading

How to be Safe from your ex-Boyfriend?

There is nothing like being in love. When you are in a relationship, the world seems like a beautiful place to live in. During the good times of relationship, you enjoy your boyfriend’s company, have fun, go out, and hooked up to your phone with him and what not! But have you thought about the situations/issues that might arise when … Continue reading

How to get rid of a flirty relative/family member?

We women are the most beautiful creations of God-so much so that sometimes even near and dear ones “lose it” and start flirting with us. Only God knows what gives them the courage to take such gigantic risks, risks of being exposed and tainted relationships, apart from the definite guilt of flirting with a relative ever lurking in their conscience. … Continue reading

10 Safety Tips for Women Travelling Alone in India

If you ever happen to be a solo traveler looking to discover new frontiers, chase business opportunities, fly off to the orange horizon to unwind and relax, then nothing is as important to contemplate and secure as your safety during the voyage. Sadly enough, we women do face bigger obstacles than men when travelling alone. Do Proper Planning Safety of … Continue reading

Child Development from Infancy to Toddler and Adolescence: A Complete Parenting Guide

A famous proverb says ‘every time a child is born, a mother is also born’. Just like the baby is newborn, the mother is new born too! No matter how many advices and how much guidance people around give you, you have to learn being a mother. Parenthood is one of the toughest job in the world where you have … Continue reading

How to Invest Money in India to Get Returns Better Than Banks

Indian economy is currently in its best phase. The country has finally a stable government. Almost all the developed nations are questing to invest in our country. Stock markets are at their peak. With so much happening around, it seems to be the best time to invest money.  However, the big question here is that where to invest money in … Continue reading

How to Learn Basics of Computing as a Newbie?

This is the age of computing when everything from banking to railway ticket booking is done online. Now is the time when more than ever you need to learn computing. We assume, since you are already reading this, you need a reliable no-fuss-type guidance on how to learn the basics of computing as a novice for yourself or for someone … Continue reading

How to Attract Attention of your Husband Everyday: 10 Best Tips

Do you sometimes crave to go back to your dating days? Not because you were younger and fitter then, but just to re-live the amazing chemistry you and your boyfriend shared. Many women complain that few years into the marriage and their husbands don’t give them the same attention as they used to when they were courting. Of course, men … Continue reading

How to File an RTI Application Online: Rules and Correct Procedure

Are you wondering why that flyover in front of your office building is still under construction after 10 years? Why the flood victims haven’t found any relief despite central government sanctioning crores of rupees for flood relief? If your answer is yes, then now it is the time to stop wondering and start finding. Still wondering, if it is possible! … Continue reading

How to Spend Monthly Salary for Short-term and Long-term Household Needs?

A penny saved is a penny earned. No matter how much or how less you earn, managing monthly budget as well as planning savings is an important part of every household.  The percentage of income you save is not as important as developing the habit to save. After following the obvious steps of building an emergency fund and a retirement … Continue reading