What I learned after four years of living in debt

By Dhanusha Gokulan

Wasting time on Reddit, the social news aggregation website and app is one of my favourite past times. People tend to be honest on the platform. There’s even a ‘subreddit’ I subscribe to, and I’ve read every post any ‘Redditor’ (a person who uses Reddit) has posted on it. For those new to these terms, subreddit is a space for people to discuss matters such as financial planning and how to overcome debt.

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How to deal with two cities, a tenant, and the idea of home

By Sandhya D’Mello

A message  popped up on my phone: “What happened to the Power of Attorney?” It was from my sister-in law in Mumbai. She needed the document to lease out my home in Mumbai — since I am not there, and to collect the rent on my behalf. My instant reaction: Alright, here comes another rent-paying cuckoo to dwell in my nest.

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