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The Call of The Rainbow

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The Call of the Rainbow

Chapter 1

Midlife Moments - Little Teachers Big Lessons

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While we try to teach our children all about life, our children teach us what life is all about.” –Angela Schwindt (Home-schooling mom from Oregon, USA)

One morning, last week, I was driving my kids to school. My fourteen year old turned the car radio on and my sixteen year old told him to turn it off as she was trying to focus on some last minute reading for class. I told my son, “Arjun, just enjoy the peace. Do you have to listen to music? Just recite Gayathri mantra in your head a few times, it will calm you and center you and it will be a great start to your day.”

Morphed, Mangled and Misused!

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Morphed, Mangled and Misused!

 

Home Sweet Home

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Love of brass

Brass for me, it's classic, always has been and always will be. The love for my brass, plausible and dazzling as it is, fits perfectly to raise and cheer in the month of February where love and passion celebrations are at the peak. Touring you around at each and every cranny of our jazzy living room, which is a gold alloy of brass. Our conscientiously put together brass collection makes our house truly a home with an expression of our individuality. It is my everyday gold that I wouldn’t trade for the world.

DIY Fruit Acid Peel

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Exfoliation is one of the key factors to achieve young and healthy skin. It is a removal of dull, old, hardened skin cells so that new cells can come to the surface. Regular exfoliating routine will leave your skin smooth, soft and refreshing. There are 2 types of exfoliation, Manual and Chemical exfoliation. Manual/Physical exfoliation are scrubs which are slightly grainy in texture. They physically remove dead skin by abrading them away.

Innovative Minds- Vinaya Gokarn

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"If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do, you have to keep moving forward.”  – Martin Luther King, Jr.

Our column "Innovative Minds" is a celebration. It's a column where we will talk to all those fresh, talented women entrepreneurs who are following their passion...chasing their dreams...and making a difference by inspiring others.

Unraveling Ruminations : "The Journey"

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The Journey

The Journey is a short story about two women who have a wrong impression of each other, until they are forced to sit together on a train journey.

Living Space - Side Table Love

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Side Table Love!
 
1.Charming and Glamorous side table with a mirrored top adds beauty to any corner. Especially the mirrored top gives reflection to any show piece and makes it more enchanting.
 
 

Midlife Moments "The Perfect Couple"

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On a recent trip to Charleston, my husband and I were squabbling over everything from the settings of the air conditioner (I just do not understand why he likes cold air on his feet, I like my feet to stay warm) in the minivan to the radio channel we should listen to. Then, we bickered over picking the restaurant where we would eat. I wanted to eat at a place which was not too crowded so that we could get to my daughter’s band performance on time. He wanted to eat at the popular and critically acclaimed Hyman’s Seafood which always has long lines and I was extremely anxious that we might be late for my daughter’s show.

Unraveling Ruminations

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What Is The Modern Woman Made Up Of?

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