Health & Fitness, Outfit of the Week

Fitness in your Thirties

By Juhi Bansal I am the laziest person around. And so, if I have managed to workout religiously for the last couple of months – it is nothing short of a small miracle. I keep posting my shenanigans on insta-stories and Instagram and you’ve been more than kind to keep my spirits high! I have also […]

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Outfit of the Week, Random Musings

Feminists or Humanists?

By Juhi Bansal Men provide, Women nurture. Men- bread winners, women- bread makers. Men- boss of the world, Women- boss of the house. Whatever happened to “Division of Labour”? Why can’t both be both? Why do we need clear role definitions? Why can’t all of us do a little bit of everything? Lets both of […]

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Outfit of the Week, Random Musings

Does Fear Drive You?

By Juhi Bansal What is your biggest fear- “what will people say” or “what will happen tomorrow if I don’t follow the rules”?  When I was growing up, my teachers used to tell me, let fear be your guiding force. Fear of failure, fear of not making it, fear of not fitting in. And it […]

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Brand/Designer Review

The saree edition at the Amazon India Fashion Week

By Pranshuta Arora (Team CB) Saree 24/7 The Indian edition of Vogue magazines turned 10 this year and to mark this milestone, a unique collection was showcased. Vogue chose to empower the Indian fashion industry by highlighting and celebrating the very graceful saree. Saree is something you will find in the closet of every fashion […]

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Brand/Designer Review

Amazon India Fashion Week- Part- I

By Pranshuta (Team CB) Hello girls! It has been such a long time since I wrote a post. But I am finally back, and back with an details of an interesting event for all you lovely ladies. So sit back with a cup of coffee while I take you through a virtual tour of the […]

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Baby Talks, Travel

Travelling with Grown up Parents- How to?

By Iy Upadhyay PS: This article is not suitable for people above the age of 5. Should parents decide to read it, the author of the article holds no responsibility and they would do so at their own risk. I recently travelled to Seychelles and South Africa with my “adult” parents. While this is not […]

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