My ten ways to deal with homesickness

Oddly enough for California, it is been raining so much this year.…

Oddly enough for California, it is been raining so much this year. With this rains and cold the inevitable sickness is spreading. It is “that” season. I was sick, very sick. I am still recovering. And this is the time I badly badly want to be home, to be around my family. I even miss the convenience of “family doctor” in India. Whenever you are feeling ill, just call them, talk to them like you personally know them and they will talk back the same, visit them the same day, even visit unannounced and they will happily see you, consult and give you medicines. Convenience. The medical system in U.S.A. is trying my patience. Every part of my body wants to run home right now. and I have already cried over it. But I am ok now, I have started working again and catching up with my schedule slowly. These two years have trained me very well to come out of that feeling of “wanting to run back home”.
So here are my top ten ways for an international student to fight homesickness.

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5 reasons why you should start cooking your own food

Its a busy life. Student life is so so busy, you have…

Its a busy life. Student life is so so busy, you have tons and tons of tough assignments, deadlines to meet, projects, studies, exams and tests. It is obvious decision of students to eat in a cafeteria, join a mess, hop restaurants or just survive on subways. But let me give you some solid justification that why you must start cooking your own food. And trust me it is manageable with your studies, in fact it would be rather helpful in your ultimate success.

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