Just when technology was fast heading toward the portable route, who would have thought that a 27” monitor could get me this excited?!
Changing times! Living in a pandemic and spending more time than ever before at home means more screen time, which gives me the biggest jolt of mummy-guilt ever. My daughter spends a great deal of time with online learning, not to mention the additional hours of online browsing and play.
Screen time is taking a toll on our eye health, and as a mother, I really worry about the long-term impact it can have on my child. This is why I decided to try out the BenQ GW2480T Eye Care Monitor.
I recently came across a shocking statistic… did you know that regular sanitary pads & tampons can take up to 800 years to decompose?! Imagine what we are doing to the planet month after month!
But does washing hands really keep the bad bugs away?! Here’s a nifty experiment to try out with your little ones. I guarantee they’ll be believers by the end of this one!
My boho soul found a holistic sanctuary in the heart of Jumeirah, Dubai at newly rebranded Seva Experience.
Originally launched as Life’n One, Seva is Dubai’s very first exclusively plant-based cafe, yoga and meditation studio, wellness center and shop .
Eating out needn’t be unhealthy. At The Marketplace,
Marriott Al Jaddaf the culinary team have created a very special vegan menu for
health conscious diners.
Post a very pampering session at Saray Spa on the 7th floor, it only seemed apt that I treat myself to a vegan lunch and give the brand-new menu a try.
Last week I treated myself to some much-needed me time at
Marriott Al Jaddaf. Located in a quiet, secluded spot in Downtown Dubai, this
5-star property is minutes away from the city’s main attractions including Burj
Khalifa and The Dubai Mall, and the bustling streets of Bur Dubai.
I made an appointment at Saray Spa. Located on the 7th floor of Marriott Al Jadaf, this health and wellness center caters to both men and women and has some amazing deals on offer for this festive season.
I just got back from Kenya, and spent 5 magical days in Masai Mara. Watching the migration at the Masai Mara game drive is a life-changing experience that is not to be missed, but before you head out here’s a checklist of things you have to get sorted beforehand:
I started Week 2 with much enthusiasm after the unprecedented
success of Week 1 (I lost 2 kilos in fat, by eating fat! And that too with no rigorous
exercise). However, the weight loss has been very slow this week. It’s like my
body’s trying to hold on to the good old lard and forcing me to go back to my
Nutella smeared bagels.
But with a great deal of willpower and the positive vibes from
my Keto buddy Rasha, I kept at it. Not a single gram of carb goes through my
mouth unaccounted for. Not a single day does my carb intake exceed 25 grams.
I’ve been off an on the dieting bandwagon for as long as I
can remember, and rarely have I succeeded at sustainable results.
The buzzword ‘Keto’ caught my fancy quite a few months ago,
and I could see the radically positive change it was having on quite a few
people in my circle. I was intrigued, yet all the jargon around macros had me
A casual chat over a work lunch with my colleague Rasha got
us started. We are both Keto newbies and decided to start this journey together.