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Your bedroom is, more often than not, your happy place. It’s your slice of solace from your busy schedule and overwhelming to do list, so it should be designed with you in mind. But just because your bedroom is extremely personal doesn’t mean it can’t have a touch of trendiness to it. Sure, we might’ve already predicted the biggest […]

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Natalia Neverko is driven by passion and inspiration from diverse cultures integrated within Miami. The renowned interior design company, spearheaded by Neverko, focuses on creating unique bathrooms for like-minded individuals. Blending eclectic motifs with contemporary color shades in the implementation of natural elements and materials from marble and wood to glass. This timeless design combines the […]

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New Delhi: Remember Kho Kho, the popular indigenous pastime that needed no infrastructure or equipment but still tested your strength, speed, and stamina? The backyard game is all set to get some jazz with custom-made gear, state-of-the-art production and a clever tweak of rules. A player performs a sky dive at an event organised by […]

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Interior designer Nadia Watts followed one familiar but tricky rule when putting together her deliciously bold dining room: Surround yourself with things you love. Driven by a self-described eclectic style, Watts started with dark walls (Hale Navy by Benjamin Moore)—a practical and versatile base for brighter, more energetic tones and patterns, like the pink and purple hues […]

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The bedroom is an important part of any house. The perfect private space in your room, it is where you would relax after a hard day’s work. You would indeed want to have the right kind of furniture for the room. Here are a few best tips you would want to focus on if you […]

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Memphis Grizzlies guard Mike Conley (11) plays in the first half of an NBA basketball game against the Minnesota Timberwolves Saturday, March 23, 2019, in Memphis, Tenn. (AP Photo/Brandon Dill) ASSOCIATED PRESS The 2019 offseason was viewed as a pivotal one for the Utah Jazz ever since their first-round elimination, and they’ve come out firing […]

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For thousands of years people have relied on plants and herbs for their medicinal properties, using them to create healing remedies, including as aids to promote rest and combat insomnia. “There is a long, written tradition of plants helping people to sleep,” says Monique Simmonds, Ph.D., deputy director of science at London’s Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. “If […]

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Madeleine Albright famously said that there’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women. I would add to that: There’s a special corner table in hell for women in tech who don’t help other women. There’s no shortage of awareness in Silicon Valley about the need for diversity and inclusion (a phrase that […]

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One of the functions of poetry is to give form to experiences that, in the moment of poetic creation, cannot be grasped philosophically or through concepts. Take the mid-nineteenth century poet Charles Baudelaire, who first registered the shock and disorientation of the modern city, long before philosophers and social scientists had begun to think about […]