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Why do we ask others for their opinions?

Yesterday I was meeting up for lunch with some of my friends. The weather was amazing and I knew the vegan spring roll starters that I made, was delicious. I felt excited and confident until I came upstairs to change. I decided to wear a pretty blue and white, tie & dye jumpsuit, which I treated myself to, a few weeks ago. If you know

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Life
Nirasha Ramlugan

Death: The Final Edge

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Life
Nirasha Ramlugan

7 ways to build the strongest bond with siblings?

Pillow fighting in our bedroom with my siblings, Nirvana, Navin and Nishan, when we were children, is a time which always make me smile. Who knew I would be flung against the wall, play fighting and have my first blue eye? Wow! My brother was in deep water when my dad got home that evening. But such fond memories that take me back to the

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Life
Nirasha Ramlugan

Is your child stealing your sleep?

As a parent of 2 children who are now young adults, I know far too well the challenges and problems of the sleep thief. Both Ash and Sahana started sleeping through the night (8pm to 7am) just after 2 or 3 weeks after they were born. I remember as a proud parent, I used to sheepishly look forward to answering the infamous question, “How are

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Mindset
Nirasha Ramlugan

Eliminate STRESS to be your BEST

If there is one piece of advice I could share, it would be to put your health first above anything else. As I was growing up, every morning- at 6am promptly- I would hear from my bedroom, my dad leaving home, lovingly saying goodbye to my mum with a kiss followed by the words, ‘love you’ as he pulled the front door behind him. As

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Life
Nirasha Ramlugan

Death: The Final Stage 5 : Harmony

D– Denial       E- Enrage    A-Acknowledgement & Adjustment    T–Torment H-Harmony ‘Time heals’…is what  everyone said to me, when I lost my Dad. It didn’t feel that way even after months of missing and aching for him. I thought I was actually getting there- feeling myself again. However, after the 1st anniversary of his death, the pain and memories came floating back, ever so strong. Just when you think that it

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