Pantone Color of the Year 2017 – Greenery

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What is the PANTONE Color of the Year?

According to the definition: A symbolic color selection; a color snapshot of what we see taking place in our global culture that serves as an expression of a mood and an attitude.

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Prashar Lake – A perfect weekend trek in Himachal

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After my first solo trip with a bunch of strangers, I almost knew, this will become a new hobby. And guess what? I manifested my second trip in no time. This time, my calling came from the grand Prashar Lake; this time, I travelled with some old and new fellow travelers.

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Chandrani Siingh Fllora presents MRITYUNJAY

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Chandrani Siingh Fllora

Chandrani’s Autumn/Winter collection, Mrityunjay is her tribute to Lord Shiva. Mrityunjay, another name for Shiva is for attaining patience and power to regain positivity by shedding all negatives of life and soul. Symbols of Shiva like the trishul, conch shell and cannabis leaf have been incorporated in the prints and embroidery of the pieces.

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Indulge in Chocolate Skincare

Photo Credit: www.howsweeteats.com

Photo Credit: www.howsweeteats.com

Chocolates are indulgent – not just for the taste buds, but also for the skin. Cocoa is an amazing beauty ingredient; you can use this in a host of face masks and face scrubs for magical results. Chocolate face packs have abundance of antioxidants- it works as a key anti-aging catalyst. It also protects your skin from damaging UV rays.
So if you are in a mood to pamper your skin, try out this easy-to-make chocolate face scrub for instant glow. This scrub will remove dead skin layer and moisturize your skin, leaving it buttery soft. All you need is:

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I won’t let back pain ruin my life

Photo Credit:  medicmagic.net

Photo Credit:
medicmagic.net

About three years back during this time of the year I went to Rishikesh for a bungee jumping experience. After much anticipation, I did jump, and it had two outcomes—1. I overcame my fear of heights; the experience was life-altering, I felt free and content; 2. I invited lower back pain issues that stayed with me for good (I jumped the wrong way; my posture was incorrect and it resulted in bad muscle pull).

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