Cyberbullying is on the increase as we enter into the new era of social media. The year 2020 hasn’t been so great for all of us due to COVID-19 pandemic. Being quarantined and stuck at home has everyone escape to Continue reading Cyberbullying: The Stab Wound Of Words
Previously we shared that the idea of maintaining ketosis has taken over the weight loss space. This is because celebrities like Kourtney Kardashian touted the ketogenic (keto) diet. This led keto diet to the forefront of the discussion. Although you are Continue reading Ketogenic Diet: Is What’s On Your Plate The New Vogue?
Previously, we shared how to empower women by being confident, and embracing one’s own body. But what if you don’t exactly have the “ideal” body shape? And what if you’re curvy and want to be a part of the modelling Continue reading Plus-Size Modelling: Is There Such A Thing?
What exactly is social anxiety? Is being shy the same as social anxiety? Oh, it is definitely more than that. Social anxiety is defined as “the fear of being judged and evaluated negatively by other people, leading to feelings of Continue reading Social Anxiety: More Than Just Shyness To Me
Imagine bodybuilding – bulked up men, hitting the bars and irons at the gym, working out to get the physique of their dream. Now imagine the role is reversed – think about female bodybuilding. For years, women have been frown Continue reading There’s Bodybuilding, And Then There’s Victoria Lee
In a pressure-cooker environment, life isn’t always a picnic. Yet, if you take a leaf out of the famous cookbook The Joy of Cooking, stress relief is as easy as (eating or baking) pie. Granted, not everyone can afford to Continue reading Cooking Up The Sweet Life To Relieve Stress
Meet Annie Wong, a family caregiver with severe shoulder pain for years. She went for her first manual physiotherapy treatment and it changed her life completely as a caregiver. Giving care to an elderly in the family can be draining Continue reading Manual Physiotherapy Changed A Caregiver’s Life