Parashie Sidhwani talks about her first encounter with tennis when she was in the 2nd Grade. After having pursuing it for years, she realises the positive impact the sport has on her. She gives you five reasons why you should try it too!
Pep Talk Archive
Have you wondered why your mum's cooking was always special? Do you know the science behind why it is called 'comfort food'? We talked to a psychologist and a chef who decode the science behind the emotion of 'ma ke haath ka khana'. Take a look...
Is 'Love' an overrated emotion or is it real? While our readers try to comprehend the feeling called love, Prachi S Vaish, a Clinical Psychologist and Psychotherapist demystifies the concept and shares with us a more practical, logical and believable form of love. Are you ready?
Poyani Mehta decodes the act of bullying among school children and how parents, siblings, teachers, counsellors and caregivers can step in to prevent and correct the same. Remember, in the act of bullying, both the bully and the victim need help.
Seema Manchanda shares some wonderful memories of growing up with her sister where learning was not confined to the four walls of a classroom. She introduces us to a rare common man...her Papa.
Here's a novel way to heal yourself. Our Lifestyle Features Writer, Kinjal Pandya, explores the various facets of healing and evolving through Drama Therapy. Take a look...
With Valentine’s Day approaching, Meghna Golder shares three love letters from three different time periods that will warm the cockles of your heart and maybe inspire you to write your own this 14th February.
Make sure you start a brand new year on a positive note. Our Features Writer, Kinjal Pandya shares a Personal Mental Health Fitness Guide that's practical and easy to follow. Take a look...
Minimalism is the new way of life, that's gradually gaining limelight. Kinjal Pandya, our Freelance Lifestyle Writer explores the nuances of Minimalism and how it is good for our mind, body & soul.
Having trust and faith cannot be learnt in a classroom. It was through an introspection that Milind Pradhanani realised how his 8-year-old son taught him the most valuable lesson in life...how to have full 'trust in faith'.