“The life of every man is a diary in which he means to write one story, and writes another; and his humblest hour is when he compares the volume as it is with what he vowed to make it.” — J.M. Barrie
The New Year is around the corner and it’s a time where we celebrate with tons of excitement. We also look forward to all the new beginnings that a new year brings. It’s a day that is celebrated on different days around the world.
They are most commonly associated with breakfast, but if the popularity of anda bhurji, masala omelette and egg curry is any indication, eggs are an integral part of several regional Indian cuisines. One of the most versatile foods around, eggs are easy to make, cheap and delicious. Scrambled, deep-fried or boiled, these dishes celebrate eggs in all their golden glory.
It can be difficult for someone to admit that they are different from most people. You may not agree with their views or choices, but you have to exhibit sensitivity and tact during times like these. You can expect the same from your partner as well.
Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia, a progressive neurological disease that affects memory, thinking, decision-making, language, and speech, among other brain functions.
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1. These is My Words by Nancy Turner; Arizona Territories, 1880s
Based on the author’s own family history, this novel tells the story of Sarah Agnes Prine, whom we first see as a 17 year old traveling with her family through the Arizona Territories. Over the course of the book we see her fight to defend her family from Indians, struggle through the hardships of living on the frontier, teach herself to read, fall in love, and become an incredible, tenacious mother. The book is absolutely riveting, not to mention one of the best love stories I’ve ever read, so don’t pick it up unless you can clear your schedule. And yes, it’s going to make you cry, but it’s entirely worth it!
Make your mornings healthier by making these nutritious Vegetable Appams for breakfast. All you need is your regular idli batter and your favourite vegetables. You require very less oil to make them and it’s a perfect tiffin material for your kids. Here goes the recipe.
Indians are widely opting to travel to unexplored destinations and have been quite experimental with their travelling choices, according to experts.
1. IF YOU’RE FEELING FESTIVE
There’s nothing more festive than wearing gold from head to toe. Try a jumpsuit in a super shiny lame fabric for a fresh take on everyone’s usual go-to sequin dress. Pair it with sparkly statement earrings and a party-ready clutch, and you’ll shine wherever you go.