We all feel kicked down by life sometimes. It happens to the best of us! In these moments, it makes a whole lot of difference to look at our problems from a different perspective. Here’s some wholesome advice to keep in your backpocket, from none other than our favourite Bollywood dialogues.
Author: Aradhna Chhachhi Holistic Health Coach, Yin Yoga Teacher & French Wine Scholar
How To Avoid An Ugggh PCOS Flare Up Post Vacays
Hey I am a cyster and I am sure so are you. Yes we are PCOS warriors. I love travelling, eating out and doing everything that can derail my hormones. I was diagnosed with PCOS when I was 18 years old and it took a lot of work on me through nutrition, yoga and nurturing my mental and emotional health to get me here to help other cysters. So here’s one for making our holidays fun, and not facing that uggggh flare up once back. I do this and keep it down. And so can you.
The Art Of Not Overthinking
From a tin with PCOS to a young woman with fibromyalgia, Aradhna Chhachhi pens down her struggles with overthinking and simple ways that work for her to overcome this. For all the girls out there doing the same – and there are so many of us – below is what you really need to overthink about!
Mental and sexual health win at the 2nd edition of The Restore Awards
The Restore Awards spotlight health warriors who have won battles against grave conditions They also highlight lesser known brands that stand for the health of the
THURSDAY TOASTS WITH ARADHNA: MUSIC FEEDS MY MIND
The term “Love-hate relationship” was actually coined to describe my true feelings for exercise. Can’t do with, can’t do without. Over time, I know it’s
THURSDAY TOASTS WITH ARADHNA: A TOAST TO REINVENTION
“When something unexpected hits us, we’re faced with the choice of it controlling our lives or starting afresh. That’s easier said than done since it comes with a certain amount of anxiety & lack of confidence. For the last year, we’ve been shaping our lives around a dangerous virus that has caused existential questions and unexplainable frustration.”
THURSDAY TOASTS WITH ARADHNA: YIN YOGA: AN ODE TO WOMEN
“As a style of yoga, Yin is unique. She targets the bones, ligaments & joints aiming to guide you to their feelings & how to connect those to your emotions. Her method sounds easier said than done: holding a few seated poses for at least 2-3 minutes, paying complete attention to yourself.”
WAX & WANE WITH NEERJA: ZOOM OUT PLEASE!
“People had to engage with each other through small video boxes on screen and zoom “parties” and “meetings” were commonplace. My friend whose family is scattered all around the world and country, told me excitedly how a nephew would organise Sunday zoom parties.”
Thursday Toasts with Aradhna: The Balance in Giving
“Being kind & generous is different from over-giving. The latter stems from an inner void or need for our self-esteem. Instead of helping us or our ecosystem, it makes us question the years of faith we’ve had in our self & obstructs communication with everyone.”
Thursday Toasts with Aradhna: The Original Pairing
Having spent an adequate amount of time with both Yoga & Wine, let me tell you, they’re more alike than we realise, making it very easy for someone who is taken by both to marry her passions.
A Slice of Chinon
It’s been a while since we all took a holiday. Don’t you miss researching about a new place, the happening attractions, the undiscovered territory &
How To Throw A Creative Cocktail-Making Class
Flower pots enliven the atmosphere and add to the charming personality of this place. The integrated kitchen units in black provide an interesting contrast with the white walls.
Universal Design Studio banks on art for At Six Hotel
The most recent ORC season finished up in April, and it resulted in some of the prettiest rooms we’ve seen yet. Here’s a recap of our favorite modern spaces from the One Room Challenge.
The Omega Project of Kelly Ash
The environment you work in can have an incredible effect on your energy, creativity and focus— but, let’s be real, you don’t have time to read a textbook on color psychology.
The touch of gold in Italo Bassi’s latest restaurant
Some people like to group by colors, others like to group by occasions or season. You start reaching for items with muscle memory rather than with a fresh eye.