Home Fashion Bollywood wardrobe Bollywood Wardrobe Aayushi Adhaulia By Aayushi Adhaulia | on March 1, 2021 Monday blues are real but trust celebrities to take them away with their bright and cheerful looks. Recently, young budding fashionistas Janhvi Kapoor and Pooja Hegde were spotted sporting colourful looks and exuding positive and lively vibes in it. While Janhvi opted for a multicolour hoodie as her airport look, Pooja, on the other hand, got clicked by the paparazzi outside a gym in her multicolour jeggings. The two looked pretty and caught our attention. So, let us take a close look at their colourful fashion pieces and decode it for inspiration. Janhvi Kapoor In A Multicolour Hoodie Janhvi Kapoor stole the limelight at the airport. She donned a full-sleeved multicolour hoodie and looked pretty. Her hoodie featured an attached cap and she teamed it with slim fit black pants. The Roohi actress … [Read more...] about Love Playing With Colours? Then Janhvi Kapoor And Pooja Hegde’s Multicolour Fashion Pieces Are For You!
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Because contemporary English language usage in the United States is built around assumptions of monogamy – or compulsory monogamy as some scholars have labeled it – it often fails to adequately describe the experiences of people in consensually non-monogamous (CNM) relationships like polyamory. This absence of adequate existing language has encouraged polyamorous folks to create their own words that describe their experiences. Poly Lingo In addition to the word polyamory, polyamorous folks have constructed a poly lingo in which they create words or phrases like New Relationship Energy ( NRE ), the one penis policy ( OPP ), compersion , metamour , polyagony , unicorns and unicorn hunters , and polysexual and polyfidelitous . Inspired by this polyamorous propensity to create words to describe important relationships, feelings, and experiences, I created the words polyaffective (emotionally intimate, non-sexual relationships that often form the support … [Read more...] about Polysaturation: When Polyamorous People Have Enough Partners
Source: Photo by CDC on Unsplash Vaccine hesitancy will become a major public health problem. And s ome people feel morally opposed to the vaccine; they value personal freedom, spiritual -physical purity, and distrust of the establishment. Those who score high in moral concerns about spiritual purity are also prone to concerns about germs and disease; they prefer the body’s natural immune system. Modern medicine is sometimes suspect. Moral reframing might help, as well as delivering messages that are consistent with the values and ethics of the hesitant. We’re seeing some light at the end of the COVID-19 tunnel. There is a contagious feeling of joy among healthcare workers and recipients of the vaccine, with positive cases and deaths falling. And yet, a startlingly high number of people are hesitant, if not outright refusing to accept the new vaccine. For right now, the demand for vaccines is greater than the supply, but very soon vaccine hesitancy … [Read more...] about Vaccine Hesitancy Is Driven by Everyday Ethical Concerns
Source: Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash Finding yourself wide awake hours before your alarm is set to go off can be a frustrating situation to find yourself in. Below are a couple of practices you can explore to support you in finding sleep for the second time that night. Progressive Muscle Relaxation This relaxation technique incorporates your body to support you in relaxing and falling back asleep. Begin by taking a few deep breaths. As you lie in bed, focus on your feet and all the muscles in your feet. On your next breath in, tighten all the muscles in your feet. On your next breath out, relax all the muscles in your feet. Then bring your awareness to your lower legs and all the muscles in your lower legs. On your next breath in, tighten all the muscles in your lower legs. On your next breath out, relax all those muscles. Continue moving slowly up your body, tightening and relaxing all the muscle groups in your body until you reach your head and face. After … [Read more...] about How to Fall Back to Sleep
Why is this man smiling? Source: Photo by Meg Selig You may not think there is much to smile about during the pandemic year of 2020. Among our miseries: COVID. Political divisiveness. Fires. Hurricanes. Job loss. Mental health issues. And more. However, there is one type of smile that is useful for anyone who needs a dose of calm, self-love, or stress relief: the “Inner Smile.” The Inner Smile is a smile to oneself (in contrast to the “Outer Smile,” a smile to others with its own superpowers ) and is a technique used in various mindfulness practices, including yoga, Taoism, and Qi Gong. I have a feeling that the Buddha practiced the Inner Smile, judging by the sculptures that show a lovely half-smile on his face when meditating. The Easy “How-To” I discovered the Inner Smile technique when I was reading the wise and helpful book, Yoga Sparks: 108 Easy Practices for Stress Relief in a Minute or Less , by Carol Krucoff, yoga teacher and author. As someone who … [Read more...] about Need a Quick Stress-Relief Technique? Try the “Inner Smile”