Handcrafted Cups and Mugs in India-ExclusiveLane

Are you a tea lover or a Coffee addict? Yes! So how seriously do you take your Cups/Mugs? If you do not; I suggest you must. Having your favourite beverage in a decent vessel enhances your experience. In this post, I did a thorough research on the types of Cups and Mugs available in market, the benefits of each type. Why you should prefer handcrafted Cups and Mugs? And lastly why should you choose handcrafted cups and mugs in India and where you can find them online.

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10 Signs, you should quit Social Media.

Despite having so many perks, the dispute about if social media is toxic or safe, is a never ending debate and there are multiple articles out there on the internet which talk about the pros and cons of social media and yet there is no concurrence on it. For some individuals it is a source of inspiration and sometimes income and for some itโ€™s a sheer waste of time that only consumes your data. Like any other technology it wonโ€™t be wrong to say that at the end it is what you make out of it and how you use it. But in case if you are still unable to decide whether it is good for you or not, here I have summed down 10 signs that if you are experiencing you should immediately quit social media.

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5 Covid-19 lessons we shall never forget

No-one ever expected that one day a basic thing like walking on the streets would be as scary as death. Even though humans have experienced pandemics in the past too; it has been at least a century for a pandemic as deadly as Covid-19. But we all have to agree that when a calamity comes, apart from bringing down hell upon, it also teaches you some much needed lessons that needed to be your first priority and still have been ignored. So here I am listing down a few lessons which I think covid-19 has taught us and those we shall never forget.

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The Ultimate Guide On How To Become A Woman Of The New Century – Guest Post BY CINDY D’SILVA

Many women are stressed out with work, house chores, kids, in-laws and husbands, to actually find time for them. Sometimes, they feel guilty for being sick and not being able to fulfil their duties for the day. Personally, I find half of these “duties” unnecessary. I believe that everyone in the house should make use of their limbs, brains and time on Earth instead of completely dumping everything on the woman of the house. The article lists down a few important pointers that can help you being a happy women in the new Century – A Guest blog by CINDY D’SILVA “

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How to set realistic New Year Goals in just three steps?

December is here and a brand new year is knocking at us. As per the traditions we should be up setting resolutions and goals for this coming new-year.Well with all my experience of new-year resolutions and things I know many of you would agree that mostly this whole thing just ends up being a tradition that we conveniently forget as the days pass.So since last year I came up with a whole new approach to set realistic and achievable goals for the coming new-year and it worked greatly for me this whole year. So here I am sharing it to you all hoping it might in some way help you to set up the better than ever new year goals.

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What shall I teach my son?

Around 2 years ago i watched a movie “Ella Enchanted”, in which the protagonist Ella was given the boon of obedience by her fairy godmother. This boon eventually turns into a curse when she had to do things because of the boon when she doesn’t even want to and some evil people starts taking advantage of this boon of hers.
Why this story? Read on to know how this story has left me puzzled on the parenting front.

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NICU Awareness Month – MyStory Part two #MyFriendAlexa

September is the Neonatal Intensive Care Awareness (NICA) Month, designed to honor families experiencing a stay in the neonatal intensive care unit and the health professionals who take care of them. Unfortunately we belong to this family and here I am putting down the struggle we went through in words. This is the part two of the two posts I have written about this.

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NICU Awareness Month – MyStory Part One #MyFriendAlexa

September is the Neonatal Intensive Care Awareness (NICA) Month, designed to honor families experiencing a stay in the neonatal intensive care unit and the health professionals who take care of them. Unfortunately we belong to this family and here I am putting down the struggle we went through in words. This is the part one of the two posts I have written about this.

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TEDDYY-CHANGING-MATS

I wonder why I didn’t come across the Teddyy changing mat earlier. These mats are so convenient and hassle-free that they can make a mom’s life easier than ever. Not just during traveling, I am also using them at home. The mat saves my beddings from stains and keeps them dry and clean. And not just that, using these mats in place of diapers also eliminates the chances of infections that can be caused by wearing diapers.

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