Being Creative Will Make You Happier As You Grow Older

Oscar-nominated screenwriter Millard Kaufman wrote his first novel, Bowl of Cherries, at the age of 90. Benjamin Franklin was 78 when he invented the bifocal lens. Clearly, creativity and aging aren’t always mutually exclusive. Award-winning author and poet Piero Rivolta, 77, enjoyed successful careers in car manufacturing, commercial building, and sailing before re-dedicating himself asRead more about Being Creative Will Make You Happier As You Grow Older[...] Read More

FOUR REASONS TO CHALLENGE YOUR COMFORT ZONE

It is no secret that one of the key ingredients of success is evolution. Whether it is in your professional or personal life, there is always room for improvement; and the first step towards making headway is to step outside of your comfort zone. As the Founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, correctly stated, “The biggestRead more about FOUR REASONS TO CHALLENGE YOUR COMFORT ZONE[...] Read More

ARE WOMEN THEIR OWN WORST ENEMIES?

There’s so much talk of empowerment and sisterhood between women and yet still women are often times their own worst enemies—from feeling jealous at another woman’s success to picking apart her clothes, personality, and hair. What makes women do this? To understand more, Nicola Beer, Individual & Couple Relationship Counselor unravels the phenomenon. GENDER WhetherRead more about ARE WOMEN THEIR OWN WORST ENEMIES?[...] Read More

Is the Need to Do It All Driving You Bonkers?

From juggling office work to dealing with the kids studies, in this age of social media, more women are taking multi-tasking to all-new levels. DHA licensed Clinical Psychologist Jyotika Aggarwal discusses the impact of frenzied multi-tasking at all levels and provides solutions to unwind. NOT NEW Multi-tasking as a role, defines what women have beenRead more about Is the Need to Do It All Driving You Bonkers?[...] Read More

Wearable Forms of Art – MONOGRAM

Inspired by Edward Tufte’s quote of ‘Escaping Flatland’ MONOGRAM has created a series of collections that explore this theme in search of its effect on Arabic letters. From paper, they formed sculptures of what the letters would look like if it were set free from paper. Considering the fragile nature of paper, the designs wereRead more about Wearable Forms of Art – MONOGRAM[...] Read More

TONE UP WITH POSTURE TRAINING

  There’s a brand-new way to tone up using posture and specific movements. Unlike other exercises, posture training requires you to remain as still as possible, says a leading posture training expert and skeletal therapist DellMaree Day. The former Pilates teacher is the creator of a 10-week online program—The Invisible Exercise (TIE) — which helpsRead more about TONE UP WITH POSTURE TRAINING[...] Read More

Can’t Get A Good Night’s Sleep? Let’s Talk About Electromagnetic field Waves (EMFs)

Hooked to our cell phones and laptops, many of us are grappling with disrupted sleep or bouts of insomnia. This usually leaves us feeling exhausted, tired, and unproductive the following day; but Dominik Zunkovic, speaker at sleep expo middle east, and founder for whisper discusses the role electromagnetic field waves (EMFS) have on our sleepRead more about Can’t Get A Good Night’s Sleep? Let’s Talk About Electromagnetic field Waves (EMFs)[...] Read More

Keeping Fit in Pregnancy – The Big Debate

THE TREND According to Amir Siddiqui, CEO and Owner of Symmetry Gym, working out during pregnancy is definitely something that has become a norm recently. He explains, “A woman’s body undergoes physiological and mechanical changes during pregnancy, therefore, certain considerations have to be made for the exercise routine to be safe and effective. These changesRead more about Keeping Fit in Pregnancy – The Big Debate[...] Read More

Are Food Allergies Causing Your Child To Be Bullied

Allergy bullying is a growing problem that experts’ warn can cause deadly effects. In fact, parents of children with food allergies are being warned to watch for signs of ‘allergy bullying’ which Dr. Sandra Hong, M.D., Allergist at Cleveland Clinic (USA) says are commonplace in schools. BULLYING BEHAVIORS Research, according to Dr. Hong, has learnedRead more about Are Food Allergies Causing Your Child To Be Bullied[...] Read More

THE MID-LIFE MOM-HAVING A BABY LATER IN LIFE

Having a baby in mid-life can be thrilling with the excitement a new baby brings to the family, and the fact that most middle-age moms have more time, experience, and material resources at hand. Yet there are some less spoken about aspects of having a baby later in life as Dr. Rehan Salim – ConsultantRead more about THE MID-LIFE MOM-HAVING A BABY LATER IN LIFE[...] Read More