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10 Costly Mistakes to Avoid During Proposing


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Love ProposalDoes the thought of proposing to her make you nervous? ‘What if she refuses?’— Is this the thought that runs through your mind?

All you need to keep in mind are the following points.

Don’t schedule your proposal on a holiday or her birthday. Pick up a day meaningful to your relationship, such as the anniversary of your first date.

The ring that you have brought for your beloved is only for her and will obviously be special for her. Don’t allow other women to try the ring. Make sure your fiancée is the first to see and wear her ring.

Bring Harmony Into Your Home


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Feng ShuiAll it takes is rearrange bits of furniture, throw in a wind chime or bamboo shoots to get that perfectly balanced and harmonious home, which will keep your relationship also balanced and harmonious.

The Chinese perfected the system 3,500 years ago; Indians are now adapting it to their own lifestyles. Feng Shui (pronounced Fung Schway), the ancient Chinese art of arranging and re-arranging furniture and objects to bring harmony into the house, is based on the principals of Yin (male energy) and Yang (female energy). Feng Shui expert Surinder K Das, points out, “Not many know that a perfectly balanced home is essential to a good marriage relationship.

The essence is to use the natural positive energy, or Ch’i, present in any environment to enhance the surroundings. Feng Shui-designed homes can even induce better sleeping habits, communication, family harmony, business dealings and health.

The Balancing Act


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The Balancing ActNobody ever asks Amit, a man how he balances a home and his career. Nobody asks him this even when he is partying with his friends at a club at nine thirty in the evening of a weekday, after he has become a father. However, Amita (married to someone else) is constantly asked by her friends, as well as people she knows only casually, ‘How do you manage home, child, and your job?’

Nothing illustrates better the double standards of expectations that are applied to women in most societies, (yes, even the so-called advanced ones of the West) and particularly in our own, where a woman is still expected to hold the reins of the home, while her husband is considered responsible enough if he gets himself dressed in the morning and makes his way to office. That does not mean however, that one needs to be steeped in misery at this injustice, or spend one’s life trying to be a crusader and set things right.

Household Hints That Work!


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Coin collectionHave you always yearned to have a home-with-a-difference? A home where things work, people have sweet tempers and the environment provides just the nurturing qualities you need to feel refreshed and rested? Join the gang! Most of us begin life with just such a dream. However, many manic years later we may find that what we have achieved instead is a good amount of chaos peppered with a little bit of clarity now and then.

If you seem set to go down this sticky path, you would do well to consider the following hints for your household. These are tried and tested winners:

The pleasures and pitfalls of role reversal


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The pleasures and pitfalls of role reversalOkay, if you are a die-hard traditionalist and you lack the guts needed to break moulds, just don’t read on. Or go pick up ‘Gone with the Wind’ where men stalk the earth like giants and women keep house, tend wounds, attend deliveries and well, you know what I mean!!

When Reena fell in love with a gentle, unambitious musician, little did she realise how her life, her value systems and her finances were all in for a major shake-up. With a typical Type A father- achiever, leader, decision maker, etc, she had taken that side of men for granted. But here was Chotu, not comfortable with being assertive, and really not earning enough to take them places. Initially she thought ‘yikes, I’d better get out of this one’, but she realised how special the man had become to her. Did money and success really matter so much? She would ponder this, while watching him pat a street dog, fix her a delicious meal or spoil her when she was sick?.there was so much to him, what did the traditional labels matter?