You probably have a favourite cotton T-shirt or a dress that you have worn for years. I certainly do. I have cotton T-shirts that are six or seven years old,
One of the main issues that plagues pretty much everyone in winter is the drying of skin due to loss of moisture. Of course, drinking adequate water is important to keep the skin hydrated, and overall health is reflected in the glow of the skin. There ae also a number of remedies for dry skin, making it easy for you to restore a natural softness and bring back said glow.
Flowers are a joyous thing to look at, beautiful as decorations, appreciated in the home, and loved as gifts.
When the mercury drops, bundling up and staying warm may seem like the easiest things to do, but the teeny tiny nightmares that we call germs take a new lease on life at the very same time.
Stress is an all prevailing issue now, gripping every single age group. Not even the school-going youngsters are free from it. It is simply unfathomable how a child out of pre-school needs to learn not only difficult spellings in two languages, but also the times tables, with a grasp on the basics of world history.
Hardly anyone passes a winter without chapped lips. No matter how good the arsenal of lip care products, something always goes wrong, the end result being chapped lips, or peeling skin.
Where is the place to play though, you may ask. Indeed, playgrounds and children’s parks are scanty.
For me, the only reason I could possibly think of waking up in the morning is the fact that there will be coffee waiting for me. Whether you’ve taught your trusty butler (in my case, Raju Mama) to make the perfect brew, or heading over to the nearest cafe, coffee is a must.