All posts by Nida Sohail

Say bye to those tiny hotel shampoo bottles you like

By Purva Grover

Frequent travellers might have received this news with some shock. Last week one heard that Marriott was switching to larger bottles in wall-mounted racks in 450 hotels across five brands and they have plans to expand to 1,500 hotels in North America by next year. And the InterContinental Hotels Group is rolling out wall-mounted bulk dispensers at four brands this year. IHG’s upscale Kimpton brand already uses big bottles in showers. This is the beginning of the end for those tiny shampoo bottles. Continue reading Say bye to those tiny hotel shampoo bottles you like

The good sense in wearing the same five outfits all the time

By Kelly Clarke

About a year ago, I began to intentionally wear the same sequence of outfits at work.

There’s the white and black polka dot top; the grey and black over sized tee, and the black vest top with an olive green over-shirt. I have that one woman’s wardrobe essential too; a bucket full of black leggings. Continue reading The good sense in wearing the same five outfits all the time

Why some men are put off by the #MeToo campaign

By Allan Jacob

Listen up ladies, let men have their say in the #MeToo campaign which, I believe, has outlived its cause as a lonely banner of revolt against the male gender. Let’s talk about #UsToo or #UsTogether before it turns into #MeAlone. It must get real, and for that you need to rope in men to make it sensitive and appealing to a wider audience. As #MeToo searches for more survivors, victims and perps, let me state here that the bravado has been shortlived, the angst has been channelled in the wrong direction, it has lacked focus during the media circus being played out every day which, to me, has often been gross and loud. Continue reading Why some men are put off by the #MeToo campaign