COLD SHOWERS

Cold showers have many health benefits. “Thande thande paani se nahana chahiye”, …………. when Aanand Bakshi wrote this song, he probably didn’t know its health benefits either. Our tropical Indian… Read More

CHOICE : THE MILLENIAL CHALLENGE.

The world is changing rapidly and with it comes the millennial challenge of choice. Inventions and discoveries have compounded choices for easier living. Specialization and detailing have created a spectrum of career choices. Read More

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FUNCTIONAL TRAINING

Functional training is all about creating, maintaining and/or increasing the capability of your body to do its daily tasks pain free. I am often asked what kind of exercise do I follow. When I say, “Functional Training” people are a bit confused. They often turn around and reconfirm, “Means yoga right? Read More

SAFFRON- THE SUNSHINE SPICE

Saffron, the sunshine spice gets its name because of its anti-depressant, mood elevating properties. But those are not its only benefits. Though it is one of the world’s most expensive spice, it is also amongst the oldest and most sought after for its rich and aromatic flavour and colour. Read More

WHO NEEDS AN EXCUSE TO EAT CHOCOLATE?

Who needs an excuse to eat chocolates right? But I will give you a perfect reason to intensify the chocolate pleasure.…they are extremely good for the skin.
Cacao the main ingredient in dark chocolate has all the benefits. So when you pick up a chocolate that says 60% or 80% cacao, you know the amount of benefits going in. The rest is ofcourse milk and sugars which is the indulgence part of it. Read More

EVERYDAY MOTIVATION

What is it that motivates you to do what you do everyday? To workout in your 50’s, have a radiant skin and smile? I get this question a lot….and actually the answer is simple too. To better myself. That is my driving force. When I look back at myself, I see someone that was frail, weak and under confident. I had pains and aches, inabilities to perform basic tasks without feeling exhausted and even the radiance of my skin and lustre of my hair had reduced over the years. Read More

MEMORIES- CHAPTERS OF LIFE

I am often asked in interviews about a moment or an incident in my life that has been most memorable. It is always difficult to choose. What is it that the people would like to hear, something cheery, something gratifying, something that is emotional or something traumatic? In those brief seconds before I answer my mind spins through the vortex of memories that lie embedded amongst the pages of my life. Read More

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MASAI MARA – THE KENYAN SAFARI

The world is gradually opening up, learning a new way to live after the scare of the pandemic. With most of international travel on hold this year, I am so happy that I managed to experience the Kenyan Safari in good time. This had been on my bucket list and my want for a vacay to the Masai Mara had been postponed indefinitely ever since the kids grew up. So, when this trip was suddenly planned by my friends, I jumped at the opportunity. Having grown up watching National Geographic rather than cartoons, the love for animals and wildlife was ingrained into my psyche. Read More

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MANAGING YOUR MIND

Managing your mind is not something we are ever taught how to do. We say education helps to expand your mind but we are rarely educated on how to learn. Many people struggle to understand, while others are flustered with memory issues. Read More

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Redesigning My Approach To Life

Life and the world around us, is confusing and exhausting (even when we aren’t in the middle of a pandemic). Contrary to idealistic fiction that everyone spews as ‘wisdom’, it’s not wine it doesn’t just get better with time. Yes, you know what I’m talking about. Read More