Meditation is something that is often misunderstood. People view it as a bit of an odd hippy practice that just involves sitting cross-legged on the floor with your eyes closed for a bit but it’s so much more than that. Meditation is a way for you to clear your head of all of those messy thoughts and organize your mind. It can help you to put things in perspective and truly understand yourself as a person. People that practice meditation will tell you that it has a profound impact on their lives and makes them a generally happier person. These are just some of the positive and unexpected effects of meditation.

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It Makes You Happier

The things that make us unhappy in life are often illogical; we let stresses and anxieties about the small things build up and it can lead to a lot of bad feelings. When you meditate, you can clear out all of those nagging voices in your head and put things into perspective, which helps you to be rational about the things that are getting you down and live a much happier life. Switching off for a while is a great stress reliever which does you no end of good because extreme stress levels are one of the most common things that make people unhappy.


It has been more than 20 years now that we have moved away from the 90s’, but it seems nearly impossible to stay away from the amazing trends that it has left behind.

Let us tell you, the 90s’ era was all about graphic colours, patterns and neutral Japanese-inspired spaces, which have paved way for various “oh-so-innovative” home decors.

Here, we have summed up a list of the 90s’ trends that one cannot afford to miss in this modern world. So, feel a little nostalgic and relive these amazing interior design trends that set the stage for modern world.

1.      Geometric Tone
This late 80s’ carryover trend is still followed by majority of population. The edgy geometric-printed rugs, wallpaper, bedding and even throw pillows have dominated the home decor trend for over a decade.

People still can’t get over this vibrant trend and you can easily find bold accent pieces like a geometric bookshelf or wall pattern in one’s house.


There are some style “rules” that you’ve probably already heard quite a lot, some of the most common beings that you shouldn’t wear miniskirts over 40, or you shouldn’t opt for anything sleeveless once you’ve passed 50. However, while there may be a lot of people who still abide by such age-related dictations, we’re here to question what the term “age appropriate” really means and to dispel some of the assumptions about how you should treat fashion as you age.