#MondayMusings, Zero waste

4 Easy steps to convert useless kitchen waste to a powerful Bio-Enzyme cleaner [ #MondayMusings ]

Disgusted with the sights of mounting garbage piles in every nook and cranny of the colony where I live, I wondered at the solution. The news of tottering high mountains of rubbish in the landfills just outside city limits which have exhausted the capacity but are still being dumped into; leading to health hazards and… Read More 4 Easy steps to convert useless kitchen waste to a powerful Bio-Enzyme cleaner [ #MondayMusings ]

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DIY: How to make a hair cleanser at home #sustainability

In a bid to adopt zero waste lifestyle habits, I have switched to making cosmetics at home. No store bought ones as the empty bottles contribute to garbage. Not to mention the damage the chemicals do to my hair and skin. Here is an easy DIY recipe to make a hair cleanser at home… Read More DIY: How to make a hair cleanser at home #sustainability

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#Gratitude- As Sheldon would say it, Bazinga!!!

August 2019 Gratitude post and I have borrowed Sheldon’s favorite word-Bazinga for it. This month didnt have any significant achievement as such but was fulfilling in so many ways. I just love doing these posts as they let me count my abundant blessings.… Read More #Gratitude- As Sheldon would say it, Bazinga!!!

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#Gratitude – The Secret Ingredient is YOU

“There is no secret ingredient. Its just you”. – Kung Fu Panda Remember this phrase from Kung Fu Panda when Poh gets his hands on the dragon scroll and is eager to find the secret? The scroll is blank or rather its polished surface reflects his face back to him. I was struggling with some… Read More #Gratitude – The Secret Ingredient is YOU

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My View – Green hearts beat for Mother Nature in Gurgaon

Humans have been at a serious war with Mother Nature for over five decades now. The over consumerist human attitude has led to a grave imbalance in natural resources world wide. Everywhere one can hear environmentalist cry foul over: industrial and vehicular pollution, global warming, melting of icebergs Plastic waste in our seas Yet, governments… Read More My View – Green hearts beat for Mother Nature in Gurgaon

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Ditch convenience to support sustainable lifestyle [ #writebravely ]

A sustainable living is the need of the hour by every human being on this planet if we are to save it and ourselves from extinction. It may not be very comfortable to do so, but in the long run it greatly eases our health and pockets too!!… Read More Ditch convenience to support sustainable lifestyle [ #writebravely ]

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#Gratitude-September brings that winter wali feeling

Its October and another month of this year is over. Actually now only 3 more left before we begin the final countdown to 2020. This is my gratitude post for the month of Septemeber 2019 and I am linking it with the Gratitude circle as hosted by Vidya Sury… Read More #Gratitude-September brings that winter wali feeling

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[#Gratitude] Travel Tales – Feasting on a hill vacation in Uttarakhand- Part 2

This hill vacation turned out to be full of tips and treats about the way of life there and what to do to enhance your living pleasures out there. I loved the little local stuff that I glimpsed by and was amazed by my hosts efforts to stay eco conscious!… Read More [#Gratitude] Travel Tales – Feasting on a hill vacation in Uttarakhand- Part 2

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[Monday Musings ] No swamp; No lotus!

“No swamp; no lotus”, hit me hard when I was reading the book The art of purring by David Michie. (Correction: I had incorrectly mentioned the author as Mitch Albom) This phrase is uttered by Geshe Wangpo while he is explaining the need to practice equanimity and how to go achieve it. He outlined four… Read More [Monday Musings ] No swamp; No lotus!