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1) Get a Hobby: Discover. That’s the golden word. Discover what you love and engage yourself in it. If you haven’t found out what you love, keep trying out your hand at whatever you find. Hold apprehensions, but don’t let that hold you back. Because in tough times, it is your hobby that will make you feel better, keep you positive and going. Now that your textbooks have rested, discover your true love.

2) Go on a vacation: Now that you are big enough, go on a vacation. Solo if you can. Don’t go to those commercialized holiday places. Look out for cheaper travel options if you don’t want to burn your pockets. It offers little in terms of experience. Expose yourself to new people, places and cultures. Travelling will teach you what books never can.

3) Read Books: Half knowledge is dangerous. Unfortunately, that is what our textbooks give us. Now that, you have a good base after getting through your 12th standard, learn what you haven’t. Read up on the history that was never taught, the Kashmir issue. Read up to know that the Indian map in our textbooks are skewed, to debate whether the mini-wars of 1857 was really the first war of ‘independence’.Know more, read more and question.

4) Learn to Cook: Whether you are a guy or a girl, learn to cook. It’s a life hack. Wherever you go, whatever you do, if you can cook, you are better equipped to survive. More importantly, it is a priceless gesture to prepare a meal for your parents who have sacrificed their time while you were preparing fo your exams