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Asma Irfan

Hey, I am a freelance content writer offering my services online. Check out my portfolio!

About Me

Hey, it's nice to see you here! I welcome you to the humble adobe of a passionate writer and a soon to be psychologist. I have been working as a freelance content writer for the past year and needless to say, it has been one of the best decisions I've made in my life. I hope you can benefit from my services. 

How I Work

Although, I am a firm believer of the proverb; show don't tell, but if there is anything I can guarantee you as a content writer offering my services in the market, it is that I will be consistent with deadlines and will try my utmost best to deliver an unmatchable piece of writing to you, no matter what it takes. Rest assured, your projects are in safe hands. 

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You can easily contact me through my email or my social media accounts (mentioned above). I will respond to you as soon as possible.

My Best Work

A Guide for Parents: Things You Should Tell Your Introverted Child More Often

Instead of focusing on what your introverted child is not — like president of the debate team — focus on what they are. As a child, many nights, I went to bed desperately wishing for my parents to somehow magically understand without me having to say anything. You see, I’m an introvert, and I was often misunderstood. Now, for parents who are equally introverted as their child, it’s easy-peasy lemon-squeezy, but for extroverted parents, it can be quite complicated figuring out what needs your i

10 Secrets of an Introvert Living in an Extroverted World

Quit telling me to “live a little.” As an introvert, I feel the most alive and wildly free in my own company. Let me be the first one to admit that being an introvert in a world full of extroverts can be quite a task! We may feel lost, out of place, and misunderstood… but all we need is some time away from the alien world full of people, and we’re back to winning at life (preferably, inside the safety of our bedrooms). We might be wired differently, but we’re certainly not less-than, isn’t that
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How writing saved my life, a journey

Do you know what it is to feel like you’re drowning? Your lungs are filling up with water, you’re forgetting how to breath, everything is slowing down and you’re running out of time. That is, without exaggeration, how I felt for the most part of my life. And the worst part of it was, I couldn’t reach out to anyone. I had people who would tell me they were only a phone call away, that all I had to do was give them a ring, and as reassuring as it was, a part of me knew I wouldn’t be able to do so.
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How To Deal with Academic Failure?

Since exam season is gradually approaching (but perhaps not as gradual as we would want it to), the breath stopping thought around the lines of what if I don’t perform well enough? What if I fail? I still can’t understand this concept, I don’t think I’ll be able to solve questions about this, hangs above students like a death statement. At such a crucial time in one’s academic life, everything seems to be pointing towards exams or even worse, the result. And let me tell you, this also happens to

To All the Books I’ve Read Before — Thank you!

Before I begin, let me tell you, this is about to get super misty-eyed, so I suggest you grab a tissue or two and sit tight for this tribute! I’m sure we’re all well aware of the usual benefits of reading, it helps you learn new words, improves your writing skills, and overall enhances your reading speed, etc. Since kindergarten, we’ve been told these things, most of the time by our parents and other times by our teachers. Either way, the point is, they’re embedded deep inside our brains and ne

Get Rid of Your Reader’s Block by Reading 4 Books

If you’re someone who's an avid reader but is struggling with reader’s block, this is for you. And if you’re someone who is not a reader but wants to kick start your reading journey, you’ve come to the right place as well! Let me just begin by saying, I’ve been there, and I know how annoying readers' blocks can be. You try things over and over, but nothing seems to work out. Let me tell you, the best way to deal with this is to read through it like a surfer making his way through the waves no ma
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Apps and Websites That Will Help You Ace Your Studies

Being a former high school student myself, I had little to no guidance aside from whatever I gathered from within the four walls of my classroom. And between the two of us, there wasn’t much that got across my head in the class either. I found myself being torn apart between wanting to study and not understanding the core concepts of my subjects. That is when I embarked on the journey of any external guidance and assistance I could possibly seek. As a result, I came across a number of websites a
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Study Guidelines for A levels Student Which Are Sure To Get You 100% Success

Let me be the first one to admit that A levels is hard. It will drive you to stay up all night before CIEAS on end and have you continuously think about the threshold level. To sum it all up, it can really bust that last molecule of serotonin you’ve been running on from the prior two weeks. But trust me when I say, once you’re done with your final A2 exams and have those straight A*s on the result day, all the effort you put in will start to seem like it was worth it (which it is!). Having said

The World Through The Eyes Of A Palestinian Boy

As he sat on the rubble of what was once his house, where he would find solace from the horrors of the outside world, he couldn’t help but allow his thoughts to drift back to memories that didn’t cut right through him like shards of broken glass. He had felt robbed countless times before. The first time when his best friend was dragged away by armed soldiers in mustard uniforms with expressions so blank you wouldn’t possibly be able to guess a human soul resides behind the real-life sculpture o

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