By Alvin R. Cabral
On the night before I conceived this topic, I was at a hypermarket happily stocking my cart with stuff to fill my stomach for the next couple of days: salmon fillets, low-fat cheese, grain-filled bread and freshly-squeezed juice were on their way to the checkout counter and straight to my kitchen.
Continue reading How I, a junk food lover, began to stock up on the healthy stuff
By Kelly Clarke
Chucky. It was the nickname given to me by my parents when I was about three or four years old. The name came off the back of a photo they took during a day out at the beach. Continue reading World’s Strongest Man 2017 eats three chickens a day
Dr. Kirin Fiona Hilliar
When a client comes in to see me, one of the first questions I ask them is: what do you do in your spare time, outside work and family? I want to know, are they involved in any activities that they are passionate about, paid or unpaid, that give them the feeling that they are giving back to the community? That help them learn a new skill or give them a sense of accomplishment? That helps them meet like-minded people?
Continue reading Why you ought to do stuff outside family and office
By Nivriti Butalia
Recently, I’ve seen at least twenty objects — ‘art deco’, is it? — with the same, mildly tiresome print of a tropical plant. Continue reading Why you see this Swiss Cheese plant everywhere
By Linda Esposito
Whether venturing into psychotherapy for the first time, or choosing the self-help route to calm your anxious mind, three skills will help you master your emotions quicker. Continue reading Give your brain a break and work on your self-awareness
By Mary Paulose
What is the collective noun for a group of chefs? A brigade, apparently. So, it was a brigade of top-ranked chefs in the world — all of who have restaurants in Dubai — who got together for a discussion on the present scenario and future of food. Continue reading Chefs get talking about Dubai’s food scene and media trends
March is the awareness month for Endometriosis which strikes one in 10 women. I’ve drawn this ‘comic’ for women who feel alone in their struggle with this disease. Continue reading Sara Asal: Dubai artist battles endometriosis with comics