The Life Cycle of Everyday Objects in my Indian Home

Use cookie tins to store sewing thread or trinkets

While growing up, most of my summer vacations were spent at my maternal grandparents’ home playing with toys made out of ordinary everyday things – toothpaste tube caps were collected, cleaned and we used them as building blocks or played checkers; cardboard boxes were repurposed to make doll houses, shops or even a train; used wrapping paper would be cut to make dresses for our cardboard dolls and toilet rolls would become binoculars for the …[Read more]

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Be a ‘Green’ Pet Parent │ Start Your Pet On Their Eco-Friendly Journey

Ways to reduce your Pets carbon footprint Pawprints

We may not be indulgent parents when it comes to our human babies; but one ‘woof’ or ‘purr’ from the 4 legged fur ball, we’ve melted and given in to their demands! The relationship that we share with our pets is probably one of the most trustworthy and of unconditional love, something that many human relationships may lack. It doesn’t matter if you have a betta fish in a bowl, a pony on your farm, …[Read more]

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Forest Bathing Balanced By Nature

international womens day

With International Women’s Day only two weeks away, and Facebook’s algorithm being very astute about my gender, I naturally stumbled upon the theme for International Women’s Day 2019 – Balance for Better. This year’s theme is all about building a gender-balanced world. After all, ‘balance drives a better working world. Balance is not a women’s issue, it’s a business issue. The race is on for the gender-balanced boardroom, a gender-balanced government, gender-balanced media coverage, a …[Read more]

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Looking to offset your carbon footprint? │ A handy guide to choose the right carbon offset project

choose the right carbon offset project

“What difference does my teeny tiny carbon footprint really make?” At some point of time, this question may have been a whisper in your ear or a small thought bubble in your head… My friend, the world’s population is currently 7.7 billion people and is growing every minute! So, if each one had that question, I think that ‘teeny tiny carbon footprint’ would be substantially large to have an impact on Mother Earth. Singapore alone …[Read more]