Coming from a place of fondness, warmth, attachment and endearment translates easily into our personal relationships most of the time, however, how do you practice coming from a place of…
Bina Jhaveri always had an intense zest for understanding people and what drives them, which has led her away from the corporate arena in Los Angeles, California all the way to Mumbai, India.
We live in times where it’s easy to get buried. Whether it’s due to a hectic social life, an overload at work or the never-ending list of ambitions you may have, somewhere, they can be justified because they are circumstantial. You can adjust a few things and get on track with a more balanced approach to your life. But what if YOU, as an individual, get buried or become invisible? What if no one notices you? How would this impact your life, work, relationships and self-esteem?
I usually don’t write about restaurants but this I could not give a miss! I have to share my recent experience with you all. In this big bad city of ours, there is a dearth of options to choose from on any given night when it comes to one’s gastronomically advanced needs. From sophisticated street food to fast food, café style eateries to chic fusion joints. And of course, the occasional fine-dining which allow us to put on our fancy clothes and feel a bit fine ourselves.
It's been a long time since I have blogged but there is no better time than now to think back and reflect on the year that is passing upon us. 2013 has been unbelievable to say the least. There have been many celebrations through meeting new and beautiful souls who have now become dear friends to completing many a milestones with A to Zen. The biggest and best remains my getting engaged to the Love of My Life! He has truly made it a magical year for me...and it still continues.
The monsoons bring about a feeling of nostalgia; conjuring up memories of hot cocoa, cinnamon cookies, curling up with a good book or catching up on some cozy conversation. What is it about the rain that makes people feel dreamy, almost as if time is standing still and all that matters is the very moment. If only we could slow down enough to always feel like this...
I want to share a beautiful article by Dr. Mark Hyman - Physician, Advocate, Educator. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did! :)
It's Mother's Day, a time to celebrate the person who brought us in to this world, who taught us the basic lessons of life and planted the seeds for who we become.
This Women's Day, I want to especially celebrate our sisterhood because through the power of our connection, we have overcome obstacles and made our mark in the world. And a pretty bold and permanent one at it!