World toilet day The UN has declared Nov.19th as the world Toilet day. We have lived and grown up with toilets, of course during our younger days when we travelled we never used public toilets since we were worried about hygiene with the advent of pay toilets those are taken care off too. The impact …
The funny world of blogging. “Its funny the way he behaved,” Tippaswamy declared. Tippaswamy is definitely not BC crowd, he is AC not the cool kind but After Coffee kind. Like everybody her husband knows, it takes the first of Coffea Robusta to kick the grey cells and the second to bring in the serenity required for contemplating the great …
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=rDOIdkOifME #ApneTarekaeseHealthy The department of social and primitive medicine headed by Polipupu, Lakshminarasimha Gundu Rao called Dr.PLNG Rao for convenience that has somewhere morphed to PLING Rao, by and large he is known as Dr.Pling. Now Dr.Pling has a thing about wellness and health, he often reinforces, the WHO definitions,” Health as defined by the …
I have had lot of requests for reblogging this one, so here goes.
Its quite easy to find your way across India,using The Shetty-Udupi hotels the way navigators use stars– with apologies to Charles Kurt
A road trip?
That?s what we are planning all the way to Badrinath.
A road trip is essentially a journey via automobiles, sometimes impromptu; it could involve some spiriting activity.
Before come into to the checklist of must have let me go through the stages of deciding what the must have?s are.
? Where are we going on the trip?
? When are we going?
? How long are we going?
? Who are our travel companions?
Very often travel instead of broadening the mind merely lengthens conversation!
A road trip needs to be planned well in advance. With at least a list of 10 places that we could like to see,
The next phase would be deciding the stop over?s, after which the travel…
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A top hat option, on the kind of hat I would like to wear,
Katherine Whitethorn claimed that hats were divided into 3 classes’ offensive, defensive, shrapnel. Yet when Plinky posted this query I wore my thinking hat! Let me see, what kind of a hat would I be? Different hats for the different personalities that I host, and tasks they do of course…
The all American baseball cap, shouting consumer power and the power of now? That would make me a person who enjoys sports either to partake or as a spectator. Well sometimes yes.
But the mystery creating swank hat, which elicits a curiosity as who is the face beneath the brim. It creates a unique aura and brings the attention I like, didn’t you get it? The Fedora hat of course.
There was a time before these hats became interesting the beanie hat! Worn by jug head Jones from Archie’s comics, the jagged topped fedora hat used to be…
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Excellent guideline this worked for me.
Getting past a serious or chronic illness can seem like a daunting or even impossible task. When you are home alone with your thoughts, aches and pains the world can seem like a lonely place. Here are six tips that will help you with your symptoms and hasten healing.
1. Your environment should be as free as possible from stress causing factors. Anything that induces anxiety including newspapers, violent films, the news on TV and negative people is not conducive to healing. Surround yourself with positive people, watch comedies, play with your children or pets, whatever makes you smile. Tell people close to that you only want to talk about upbeat things whilst you are recovering. This may involve rather uncomfortable talks with close ones but they will understand if they want you to get well.
2. Take some control back by accepting responsibility for your recovery. Becoming involved in your…
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If you have never tried it you will never know. When this book was offered to me I was looking at something of self help book that could help my patients. When it did, arrive I was a bit confused. It turned out to be a romance, with a half hearted coming of age and …