How Can Chocolate Boost Your Brain And Health?

Are you a chocoholic? That’s not the smartest question in the world because, let’s face it, everybody loves chocolate. While chocolate is usually perceived as unhealthy, it is associated with a wide array of health benefits. Of course, to experience these benefits the choice of chocolate matters. While regular milk chocolate isn’t as healthy, dark chocolate is considered a superfood. Want to know how eating dark chocolate can benefit your brain and overall health? Keep reading. read more

What to Gift an Expecting Mother

Motherhood is a new and exciting time of a woman’s life. You can make this period special by showing your appreciation with a lovely and thoughtful gift. Remember that the new mom will be receiving a number of gifts from other friends and family members. So, try to gift something meaningful that she can really appreciate once the baby is born. Here is a list of several excellent gift ideas for expecting moms: read more


The Right Way to Hire the Best Home Carer in Australia

Hiring a home carer is an excellent way to take care of a person with a disability. If you live in Australia, there is no need for you to worry since there are plenty of home care services that you can count on. However, not all of these services are reliable or affordable. This is why it is important for you to take all the available options in to consideration in order to choose the most suitable one. If you have not hired such a professional before, here is some advice that you will be grateful for. read more

Things to Know When Buying New Flooring

Your budget and personal preferences are not the only things that matter when buying new flooring. In fact, there are loads of questions you must ask before you decide to buy new carpeting for your bedroom or tiles for the kitchen. Here are several things you should think long and hard before getting a new floor: read more


Useful tips for parents about their infant

A baby is a gift from god and you should give your baby the very best to ensure that he grows up to be healthy. You have being responsible only for yourself for years and it will be tough when you have to take the sole responsibility of a little human being. After nine of months of pregnancy, you will be bringing an angel home and your home should be made a heaven for the angel. Yes, you have to do everything that it takes to give your baby the maximum comfort, maintain optimum health and to always leave a smile on your baby’s face. read more

Positive Attitute

Healthy living with Positive attitude

Your attitude reflects in everything whatever you do and everything that happens or belongs to you. The Law of Attraction is normally a concept,
Which explains that you attract with what you think of the most, so whatever you put out comes back to you. An attitude and positive outlook towards life can help keep healthy as we age. There are several steps we may take to help achieve a positive attitude. read more

FASHION Sunday Paris Dispatch: Balenciaga and Céline

Whether you actually care about the clothes or not, there is a gravity about Sunday’s line-up in Paris. For the last two seasons, it has included Balenciaga under the stewardship of Vetements’ Demna Gvasalia and Phoebe Philo’s Céline.The two houses have become fashion week Prozac, taking imminent gloom (Why are we here? What are we doing?) and dispelling it with concepts that are at once delightful and destructive read more

Four Former Mean Girls Tell Their Side of the Story

At some point, everyone has been the Mean Girl. Perhaps more seared into your brain, though, were the times you were The Target. As all stories go, there are so many layers. A million sides. But not everyone tends to share theirs. We spoke to four former Mean Girls — all decidedly good humans now. Below, their reflections, regrets and what they’ve learned. read more

COLLABORATIONSFASHION Making the Case for Wearing Two Bags at Once

I tend to say that multitasking is overrated, mostly because it’s a tidy excuse to get out of things that I do not want to do. Like no, I cannot text you back, I am already talking to myself. No, I cannot change the channel, I am indisposed while contemplating my next snack. Once I read an article that our editor-at-large Verena von Pfetten wrote for The New York Times about the dangerous mental perils of doing two things at once, I realized that I had found the ultimate “out” to just about everything because in general, I am already busy breathing. read more

Actually, No, Kim Kardashian Did Not “Deserve to Get Robbed”

When my brother texted me last night that Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint in her Paris hotel room, I was drifting off to sleep. A couple hours earlier, I’d left The Meadows music festival in Queens just before Kanye West was set to perform. I’d split off from my friends to head home, feeling equal parts elderly and #freetobeme, knowing I’d probably miss some drama. An hour later Kanye would mysteriously and suddenly bail on his set, citing a family emergency through his auto-tuned microphone. read more