Summer is the season when nature is at its busiest best with sensational sights, smells and sounds. There is a connection between summer and your good mood.
A detailed memory is triggered and you are taken back to a sweet childhood moment or a perhaps a first outing with a loved one. You remember and smile. Such is the alluring potency of smell.
Let’s deflect our thoughts a bit from our daily home chores and think for a second about our Home Planet Earth. We celebrate Earth Day on April 22nd every year and on that occasion we remind ourselves how each of us can contribute to preserving our precious planet and keeping it safe and healthy for the generations to come.
The concept of conscious consumption is #trending and growing. Growing awareness around -Global Warming, Child Labor, depleting Natural Resources, crisis such as Covid-19 pandemic – has accelerated responsible attitude by the consumers. Consumer wants to get involved in making progressive impact on economy to grow and sustain it.
Every single event in your life, especially the difficult lessons, have made you smarter, stronger, and wiser than you were yesterday.
TODAY, I am basking in the sunshine of my Youth. Old age awaits me TOMORROW. To me, tomorrow is not THE END as end can know at my door on any of these three days. Birth whispers, “Change is inevitable”, Youth insists, ”Change is essential” and Old age regrets, ‘Change is irrevocable’.
Modern science claims that Color is a powerful communication tool and can be used to signal action, influence mood, and even influence physiological reactions. Artists use hues to express ideas, themes, subjects and moods instead of words to articulate them.
Everyday brings an opportunity to give and receive. But what if what you receive isn’t your cup of tea? It always happens that one or two gifts you get from loved ones just not make sense for your lifestyle. Everyone naturally struggles with how to deal with these unwanted gifts or if not to deal with them at all.
For years, I’ve repeated the same old narrative to myself: tomorrow, I will write. And for years, I didn’t. Today, I build a list of things I will do tomorrow: I will get in shape. I will stop eating processed sugar. I will start writing every day. I will stop wastage. And then I start…
All of us are busy, but sometimes it becomes too much to handle. Your job is seriously stressing out, you have too many deadlines, you’ve taken on too many projects, you have to manage house chores, kids and work— whatever the case, you’re not sure if you’ll make it through this week. Kidding of course, but sometimes it feels that way.