It’s that time of the year again; to make positive tweaks to your lifestyle, resolve to ease your stress and organize the crazy in your life.
What is happiness? Sometimes, people relate happiness to possessions. Happiness is everything, but that. Happiness is a subjective state of mind, and everyone has their own definition to it. In-fact you should. It’s way beyond the dos and don’ts, the yes and nos.
When you think about the past year, does Miley Cyrus’s song “Wrecking Ball” play in your head too? After all, 2020 did come in “like a wrecking ball” and managed to ruffle our feathers collectively. It wrenched in everyone’s plans and sapped our productivity too
Get the celebration going and give 2020 a send-off like no other (source: goodhousekeeping.com) December has arrived and soon 2020 will come to a close. This is usually the time when everyone is making plans for Christmas lunches, end-of-year
We believe a house becomes a home when you add your own personal touch to it so that it reflects the best and brightest aspects of you. It should be a cozy space where you can be yourself, feel like yourself,
As winter draws closer, all you want to do is find something warm to do. And what’s better than an evening spent on a comfy couch with a cup of hot chocolate — binging on your favorite tv-show to help you warm up from the inside out. So, we’ve
Winter made warmer the Jockey way! When it comes to seasons, summer gets all the attention for its sunny and vacation-ready personality. People often forget, in the midst of planning summer wardrobes and holidays, that there’s lots to love about
Look forward to your weekends again by doing all your favorite activities! Weekends were once a sacred part of the week. It was a time to blow off steam after a hectic week at work. But with the world the way it is, we have been placed under an
Times have taken an unforeseen and unexpected turn. The lockdown to prevent the further spread of the pandemic is in place and we have to abide for the greater good, temporarily. Our homes have become our offices as work from home is the new
Fitness is not a hobby, Movement is not a pastime. With the breaking of each day is The opportunity to test the limits of my body — sprint, spring ,stretch, and reach for a higher target, for a further goal; always on the move.
century, a man named Joseph Pilates created a fitness technique to strengthen the mind and body. Fast forward a hundred years, and you can find a Pilates class offered at almost every gym. But what makes this fitness
The digital gods have taken over and it’s the baby boom of technological prowess and human ease (and laziness, sigh). There are gadgets in the market for next to everything — a lighter that never runs out of fluid, a travel accessory that