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By Gaargi SHARMA (Alumni Civility Hall)

With the Lunar New Year approaching, everyone must be getting ready to make the most of it by visiting family and friends, traveling, meeting new people, eating new delicacies. For people like me, it’s the last one that matters the most. At a festive time, it becomes highly important for all of us to ensure that we maintain a ‘sustainable environment’. Does the term ring a bell in your head? Well, here are a few tips from ResLink to all our readers:

To eat or not to eat is the question:

Before you decide to munch on anything, make sure that you don’t eat mindlessly. It is great to ‘taste’ but unhealthy to ‘over-eat’. Over-eating gets a thumbs-down from us!

Holidaying = fun BUT take care:

It is not uncommon to find a host of students who go out to travel in order to explore new places. However, ensure that you’ve got sufficient information about the place and do NOT exert yourself. It might harm your health.

Savour the food but let it not devour your body:

Do not let the festivities and partying affect your body clock and body rhythm. Eat carefully and sleep peacefully. Your body might just give in to the lack of sleep. The next thing you know is that you’re sick. We don’t want that to happen to you!

The festive mood has to end:

Just as all good things come to an end, festivals also have to end. We think it is best to keep the great memories with you forever and let it not affect your main focus - academics. Rather than making you deviate, let it motivate you and spur you on to study harder. After all, festivals do give you a much needed break, right?

ResLink wishes you all a very happy Lunar New Year and please remember that "living a healthy lifestyle will only deprive you of poor health, lethargy and fat." Be alert and healthy!:-)