So, Sharvari donned a sleeveless sweetheart-neckline knit red crop top, which was accentuated by knot detailing. She paired her crop top with a high-waist above ankle-length light-blue hued denim jeans. Her jeans featured black and yellow-hued graphic prints that added stylish quotient. The actress completed her look with a pair of white sneakers and ditched all kinds of jewellery. … [Read more...] about The Forgotten Army Actress Sharvari Wagh Nails Her Not-So-Casual Look And We Are Impressed!
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The diva accessorised her look with a pair of silver-toned long earrings and ring. On the makeup front, minimal base marked by slight contouring upped her look. Filled pointed brows, kohled eyes, light-hued eye shadow, and light-pink lip shade rounded out her look. The Laal Ishq actress pulled all her side-parted long highlighted tresses to one side and let it loose. … [Read more...] about Kaisi Yeh Yaariaan Actress Niti Taylor Flaunts Self-Love In Printed Ethnic Attire And We’re Touched!
Rashami Desai is one of our favourite actresses in the TV industry. She has not only impressed us with her brilliant acting prowess but also stole our hearts with her charming personality and gorgeous looks. As state-imposed lockdown due to coronavirus outbreak has made our lives a little boring, it's Rashami, who has been treating us with her pretty looks to make our quarantine days better. Recently, Dil Se Dil Tak actress shared a couple of pictures on her Instagram feed, where she is shining bright in a yellow mini dress. So, let us take a close look at her outfit and decode it. … [Read more...] about Rashami Desai Shines Bright In One-Shoulder Yellow Mini Dress And It Made Our Quarantine Day Better!
5. Take Breaks It is important that you take breaks in between work. Studies show that 90 per cent feel that taking a lunch break helps them to feel refreshed and ready to get back to work . Breaks are important when working at home, especially when you have kids. Take a break of at least 10 minutes to talk to your kids, check on them or simply to take a walk around. … [Read more...] about Work From Home Tips For Mothers
But criticism of the MBTI did not begin in 2005. When the test was first published in 1943, and despite years of research and testing by Isabel Myers and her mother Katherine Briggs, their work was rejected out-of-hand by an academic community that was unwilling to take seriously the work of two women without graduate degrees. In the opening to Meyers’ book, Gifts Differing, her son, Peter Myers, describes the opposition that the MBTI faced at its inception; he writes “when, in 1943, they [Myers and Briggs] produced the first set of questions destined to become the MBTI, they came face-to-face with a double-barreled opposition from the academic community. In the first place, neither was a psychologist, neither had an advanced degree… and the academic community had little use… for a self-report questionnaire purporting to identify Jungian type created by two unknown women who were ‘obviously totally unqualified’” (Myers, 1980). … [Read more...] about In Defense of the Myers-Briggs