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Romance is in the Air ‘A Flight to Catch’ by Pooja Valeja

Trainer, Publicist, Entrepreneur and now Author, Pooja Valeja is all set to launch her very first fiction, ‘A Flight to Catch: A Tale of Unspoken Words’. A book that interestingly portrays various moulds of a relationship through a seamless story line. It explains the nuances and the delicate feelings of a transcending relationship from being acquaintances, to the closest of friends, to lovers and eventually with a twist in the tail.

3 Easy “Fall Fix-Ups” with DIY Coatings

Before the winter snows arrive, homeowners can take time now, during the early autumn weeks, to tackle much-needed do-it-yourself projects around the house. For those with cracked concrete, old and slippery garage floors or deteriorating concrete patios, pool decks and more, Daich Coatings has the solutions to help halt the slide into disrepair.

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It seems okay, but it is not okay.

Winter was coming to a close and all eyes were set on spring-everyone waiting to see the blossoms, to smell the green that was to wake from long slumber, the longing to feel that tickle of happiness in the surroundings, but then , the clock just stopped-the world came to a kind of pause-unprecedented,  undreamt,  unbelievable and unacceptable. BC government declared state of emergency on March 17th 2020 -schools to remain shut, offices and businesses closed. The ghost appearance of towns for the initial few weeks was bizarre and frightening, depressive and unreal. It seemed like our plane crashed into an unknown world and we do not know how to reach back home.

Fraud a growing concern during COVID-19

While the technology we use for day-to-day banking continues to advance, fraudsters are perfecting their methods to get your money. Scams are becoming so sophisticated that they are increasingly difficult to detect.

The Power Of Meditation

Living in an age of ever-changing possibilities, today’s generation is highly prone to stress and mental pressures, leading us down to a long path of anxiety, trauma, panic, and depression.

The wonderful world of Yoga

On 21 June, the world will once again take a deep breath and stretch to celebrate the International Day of Yoga. This year’s celebration holds greater meaning; an inward journey may be the best antidote to the external checks placed on us by a confounding virus.