Stories Tagged 'Collegian'
I was and in fact, still am an unusual child. I neither acquiesced to idiocy nor was I confrontational; I just questioned—a lot and used my own logic to work things out.full story »
When I think about finance, it starts from my own home. If we look at our homes, we will see many aspects where financial management and acumen count, be it during a small transaction or a big one. full story »
In a universe of more than a hundred billion galaxies (yes, that is a one with eleven zeroes) and still counting, one would have to zoom in 40 times to see the Milky Way, 4000 times more to see our nearby stars, an astounding 20000 zooms to see the solar system and 10000 more to find the Earth along with our Moon. This small sphere comprises everything we have ever known, everyone we have ever loved and all the places we can call “home”.full story »
All throughout my teenage years I was told “youth is the best phase of your life so treasure it.” full story »
The human mind is a powerful thing. With that said, it is also easily disposed to negativity. I always have to struggle with negative thoughts impelled by fear and insecurity before embarking on anything new and I’ve found that aside from being hugely frustrating, it is also a waste of time. Streamline your journey in life with worthy goals and pursue them with the utmost hope and optimism. Ask yourself, what do you want most in life?full story »
A budget is an estimate of income and expenditure for a set period of time. An annual budget has been presented in Nepal since the 1950s, after the end of the Rana Regime. The first annual budget of Nepal was presented in 1951 and covered the period from March 1951 to February 1952. The budgets that have followed the initial one are prepared for the Nepali fiscal year, which runs from July to June.full story »