Food prints are a rage this season. Make the best of this delicious fashion trend

Food prints are a rage this season. Make the best of this delicious fashion trend

Food has been a major source of inspiration for many international design houses. In 1937, designer Elsa Schiaparelli showcased a Lobster dress that became quite a rage. Later, many designers such as Stuart Weitzman and Italian luxury fashion house Moschino came out with food-inspired collections. Chanel also launched a limited edition milk carton shaped minaudière which was a hot selling piece. And in Spring Summer 2017, Dolce & Gabbana showcased a pizza-pasta inspired collection. The trend is becoming popular in India with fashionistas wearing their love for food on their…

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9 Types of Workouts That Are Going to Be a Rage in 2017

9 Types of Workouts That Are Going to Be a Rage in 2017

The workout trends in the world of fitness are changing every day with the growing craze for fitness routines that are challenging yet fun. People want workouts that not only work on their muscles and get them in shape but also are engaging and fun to do. We will be seeing some unique workouts in 2017 that cater to the demand of fitness enthusiasts and newbies alike. Aerial Yoga Aerial yoga is a form of yoga that combines traditional yoga and the fundamentals of acrobatics. It gives practitioners the room…

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Therapists help parents deal with rage

Therapists help parents deal with rage

Mornings pass in a blur of activity in Swati’s household. Getting two kids and four lunch boxes ready before she and her husband rush to work leaves her exhausted. At the end of a long working day, when Swati (name changed) has to deal with tantrums, homework and bedtime, her temper often frays. “I found I was yelling at my children all the time, and sometimes even spanked them. Only when my older child began bedwetting did I realize it was time to rein in my anger,” says the 34-year-old…

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The psychology of hidden aggression, road rage

The psychology of hidden aggression, road rage

While there is little doubt about the ill effects of excessive noise on the lives of people, psychologists and psychiatrists are also worried about those who create this cacophony. “Noise by itself harms people, both those who create it and those who are at the receiving end. A person may claim that he enjoys loud music or is not bothered by traffic or industrial noise.This does not mean that his health is not affected. It has been noted that most people who seem to `enjoy’ loud noise become, at some…

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