Here are our top picks of the week!
Health: An active way to Manage it!
The Health app makes it easy to learn about your health and start reaching your goals. It consolidates health data from iPhone, Apple Watch, and third-party apps you already use, so you can view all your progress in one convenient place. And it recommends other helpful apps to round out your collection — making it simpler than ever to move your health forward. It monitors your sleep, nutrition, mindfulness and activities. Health makes it easy to keep tabs on a wide array of data that matters to you — from measurements of your blood pressure and blood glucose to records for your weight and reproductive health.
By Kathryn Stockett
One of the bestselling books, which has even been adapted as movie. If you have not given it a read you should grab it RIGHT NOW. It gives us a much needed insight into inequality and how we subjugate and treat those different than us. Though this is set in United States during the 60s, it is something that we can see happening around us even today! A deeply moving novel filled with poignancy, humor, and hope, The Help is a timeless and universal story about the lines we abide by, and the ones we don’t.
Pani Hai Zindagi – A Photography Exhibition
Art is a form of communication. If you are one looking for it do not miss out on the exhibition held in collaboration with Mr Tofiq Pasha Mooraj, an eminent environmentalist. The event is being held from Saturday, 29th December to Thursday, 10th January, from 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM at ArtChowk Gallery.
Minimalism at its best!
Hira Ali, launched her new studio space. This is one designer we cannot get enough of! It is about time that we see some edgy and contemporary designs in the fashion world. The brand is best known for their minimalistic, contemporary and edgy interpretation of design.
Best Gol Gappy in Twin Cities
Some snacks are evergreen and you can have it at any time! Gol Gappy is one of these and here are our top picks for it.
A story to fall in Love With
A Pakistani photographer known as Rizwan Pehelwan decided to take the opposite route this wedding season by getting married at a cost of $144 or PKR 20,000. It was a very simple and sweet affair, as Rizwan said in series of tweets “My guest list had 25 names: friends and parents. The venue was my terrace. The menu was chicken tikka, seekh kabab, pathooray chanay, halwa strawberries.” He went on to say, “What I’m trying to say is. IT’S. OKAY. Sukoon karo. Do whatever you want and whatever you can afford. But HAVE FUN. Be happy. Big or small, all weddings should just be HAPPY.”
It is time we started revisiting all this swank around weddings.