Don't get repetitive to express your love!

If you don’t want to be repetitive and you are looking for some fantastic words to use instead of saying “I love you,” you’ve come to the right place.

Tips For Confusing Rainy Summer

Summer is hot; Rain is dull and playful. We all know this.. But you can rock on by maintaining few things. So read on!

Web browsing improves memory

Before you cite age as an excuse not to learn how to send an e-mail or search a recipe, take note that learning to browse the web may help you arrest memory decline.

Give your pet a 'happy birthday paw-rty'!

It's the age of the affluent pet! Canines and kittens seem to be doing everything from wearing luxury clothes, to eating the priciest food, globetrotting with their 'pet parents', and inheriting a fortune a la designer Alexander McQueen - who left generous £50000 to his three Bull Terriers. And guess what?

The attitudinal advantage

Today's workforce competes within itself, primarily because of its age mix. It's common knowledge that age, position in the hierarchy, family commitments, financial comfort or lack of it all these issues and more, influence the level of involvement of an employee with their joborganisation.

How to avoid jealously between twins

It's difficult for parents to not choose a favourite amongst their kids. But when it comes to twins, don't favour one over the other. Stay neutral. Also, never compare the two; it will only harbour resentment if they believe that their sibling is better than them.

Applying Feng Shui in your living room

Feng means wind and shui means water. In Chinese culture wind and water are associated with good health, thus good feng shui came to mean good fortune, while bad feng shui means bad luck, or misfortune.

Becoming enigmatic to the world

An enigmatic personality is about being imaginative, replacing the banal with the creative and always surprising people with the depths of your knowledge and charm. Leave people wondering and they'll be curious to know a great deal more...

Once a cheater is always a cheater

A new study claims that the saying 'once a cheater, always a cheater, is in fact true.

Babies are smarter than we expect, says research

The study from Concordia University found that babies as young as 10-months old could tell the difference between the kinds of paths naturally taken by a walking animal, compared to a moving car or piece of furniture.

Protect your pets during the rains

From brushing their coat well to vaccinating them, make sure you keep your pet germ-free this monsoon.

Ensure a happy monsoon for your furry friends

With the moisture content in the atmosphere being on the higher side, pets can easily catch infections, leading to many ailments. Here’s how you can ensure that your bundle of fur and joy remains healthy and happy even when it’s raining cats and dogs outside.

Dealing with a sudden breakup

Maybe things weren't going perfect with the two of you lately, but which couple doesn't have fights - is what you were thinking, but your partner had something entirely different in mind. Such breakups are common and could happen anywhere, over a text while you're at your local grocery store buying salad veggies or in the car, on the pretext of a drive. Here's how to deal with these.

Stop worrying to be a Fashioniesta!

You may use fashion as a way of expressing yourself, but if fashion isn’t your cup of tea, stop worrying about it. Here are reasons why we should stop worrying about fashion these days.

The terrors of Sleep Paralysis

You wake up in the middle of the night and feel like something heavy is sitting on your chest, crushing the breath out of you.

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