Skip to main content


About me

I am Akhil Sharma, an Indian freelance writer (not the famous one who wrote "Family Life"). I am introvert by nature so there is nothing exciting to incorporate in this section; however, I'll try my best to write interesting content on this blog (I promise I will make it worth your while) . It is a simple blog related to frequently asked questions as well as about sociology and social issues. 
Why I Blog?
I have been writing for Websites and blogs from past 6-7 years, and I think it is a great idea to be a Blogger (creating content for yourself). So here I am, I will post anything related to the world. I'll try to be your wise geek and conclude things in a scintillating manner.  Please feel free to share your views through comments. 

Thanks for hanging in there, guys!
Don't forget to bookmark this blog or your favorite posts, and follow me on other social networks.

Twitter Acount: iamakhilsharmaa
Facebook: AnythingRelated
Google plus: Akhil Sharma
InstaGram: Iamakhilsharma

For any other queries, contact me here

Personal Details
Name: Akhil Sharma
Age: Twenty Four {24}
DOB: 15 September 1988
Birth place: Delhi, India
City: Delhi, India
Planet: Earth {third planet from Sun}
Species: Human (Homo Sapiens)


Popular posts from this blog

Why is Society important?

Why is Society so important? Why do we care a lot about society? Why we do all the things considering society in mind? What about society irritates us? Why we are judged for every single step we take? Why it is so important? These questions often come in our mind when we are judged by the society. We begin to curse society due to its negative impacts in our lives. Of course, we are the ones who create society and we are crucial members of it as well. Global societies are generally incorporated with different cultures and religions, and it is a fact that a community would look awful with the same type of people; we are not robots. The basic nature of the term "society" is democratic , then why we force cultural expectations in it? I am including relatives also in society, because apart from our neighbors, colleagues, and other people who comes into the circle of social interaction, relatives are also part of it; they are also living under the same socially accepted norms. T

How to Deal with Writer’s Block?

  You've probably heard this phrase “once a speaker always a speaker.” Well, this phrase perfectly fits with almost every profession except writing. Yes, you read that correctly. Once you stop writing, you develop a block in your mind which hinders your ability to write again consistently. Once you stop writing you construct a barrier called “Writer’s Block.”  Image by  Lukas Bieri  from  Pixabay   The common causes of writer’s block are psychological vulnerability, emotional setbacks and financial instability. There are tons of writers/authors step out because there is less money and more time investment in this job. A well written and researched copy can take more than 2 days to craft. Those who want to come back to writing again struggle with writer's block. However, the good news is there is always a gleam of hope; there are chances that you will become a better writer than before. But, it requires some effort to overcome the writer’s block. Image by  Gerd Altmann  from  Pi

The best ways to improve your mental health and reduce stress

Mental health is an essential aspect of overall health and well-being. When your mental health is in good shape, you are better able to cope with the challenges and stress of everyday life. However, when your mental health is not at its best, you may find yourself feeling overwhelmed and struggling to function. If you're looking for ways to improve your mental health and reduce stress, there are several effective strategies you can try. Ways to Improve Mental Health and Reduce Stress One of the best ways to improve your mental health and reduce stress is to engage in regular physical activity. Exercise has been shown to have a positive effect on mood and can help to reduce feelings of anxiety and depression. It can also improve sleep quality and reduce stress levels. Some studies have even found that exercise can be as effective as medication in treating some mental health conditions. Another effective strategy for improving mental health and reducing stress is to practice mindfuln