Once upon a time, not long ago, I led a fairly lavish life, and by lavish, I mean not worrying about running out of resources
Overtime, I have reaped many benefits of being imperfect, clumsy, forgetful, messy, unorganized, curvy, loud and carefree. And I don’t think I’d ever want to be perfect! After all these years I now know there is a strange kind of addictive beauty in things that are imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete. You’ve got to allow yourself to be imperfect to feel it. Don’t be a hostage of perfection. Set yourself free from the stifling discomfort of being perfect. Being flawed is a beautiful thing.
Child Obesity: 10 Things I do as a parent to keep my children healthy How often have you heard (or even said) these statements? “Wow,
Being a ‘weight’ (not to be mistaken for fitness) obsessed society, the moment we embark on a healthy regime, or weight management routine, or join
Depression is still a “Western illness” for most of us and has come to light only after few celebrities opened up about suffering from it.