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Japanese Clothing Giant Uniqlo All Set For India




This October, Japanese clothing giant Uniqlo will finally open doors to its India store. The 35,000 sqft store in Ambience Mall in Delhi’s Vasant Kunj will house the brand’s entire men’s, women’s and kids’ collections. This will also include the hugely popular UT line of graphic tees, which the brand collaborated with the likes of Disney Blue, Pixar, Hello Kitty and Nintendo Super Mario for in the past. The global clothing brand will roll out three stores in the national capital in 2019.

It is built around the concept of LifeWear—high-quality, functional clothing that meets the demands of our evolving lives. It has garnered a worldwide following for its much-loved basics. The brand is also known for innovative fabric technology through offerings like HeatTech, Ultralight Down and Airism, while designer collaborations with the likes of Christophe Lemaire, Tomas Maier, JW Anderson have also proved to be successful.

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The Ambience Mall store will be followed by spaces in DLF Place Saket in Delhi and DLF CyberHub in Gurugram, both of which are scheduled to open this fall.

Tadashi Yanai, Uniqlo founder and chairman, and president and CEO of Fast Retailing, Uniqlo’s parent company, said, “We are committed to the Indian market and are very excited to be launching our first three stores in Delhi, a region that embraces diversity and culture, from art and design to craftsmanship and fashion,”. He also added, “The opening of our first store in Ambience Mall, Vasant Kunj, followed by a second and third store a little later, represents a significant step in our company’s global strategy. We look forward to offering our high-quality, affordable LifeWear apparel to the people of India,”.



Uniqlo is looking to gain a strong foothold in India as it competes with rivals Inditex and Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) globally. To put things in perspective, Uniqlo is the world’s third-largest fashion retailer after Spain’s Inditex, which owns Zara, and Sweden’s H&M.

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Mental Traps To Be Aware Of!



Human Cognition is a complex, mysterious as well as an intriguing area of study. But this area of Human Cognition is not just for academicians and psychologists. Each and everyone should have the knowledge of Human Cognition to some extent at least. This is necessary mainly for us to function better. Here you will read about the Mental traps that even our high functioning cognition cannot escape. 

“Humans are Cognitive Misters.” 

-Daniel Kanheman

Till date, we as humans have consistently supported this claim of Kanheman about humans.

This article draws inspiration from the work of Anna Borges. Anna is a writer, podcast host, health editor and an advocate of mental health.  As she beautifully pens down self-care tips in her latest book ‘The More or Less Definitive Guide to Self-Care’. She has talked about those traps of the brain that stop you from reaching success.

Mental Traps in Anna Borges Book

The function of The Brain

Our Brains are complex. The body may sleep but the brain never sleeps. Our brain makes sense of the world we see, processes the emotions we feel and the actions that we indulge in. However, the judgments made by the brain are not always correct. Sometimes the brain becomes the prey of what is called Cognitive Distortions.

Cognitive Distortions leading to Mental Traps

What are Cognitive Distortions? 

Cognitive Distortions are those of our irrational or exaggerated thought patterns. In simple terms, Cognitive Distortions are certain conclusions that we jump to or certain “musts” that we feel should happen.

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Raise your hand if you engage in mental short cuts and cognitive distortions. ✋🏻 * * Cognitive distortions are irrational logic in our thinking that we have simply accepted as our truth-and they come in many forms. My favorite (automatic) form is catastrophic thinking. * * Catastrophic thinking is when we ruminate about irrational worst case scenarios. Keep in mind many of these fears can be based on witnessed events, stories told by others. It becomes catastrophic and irrational when we allow ourselves to go down the rabbit hole of illogical thoughts, resulting in increased anxiety, panic, and feelings of being “stuck.” * ❗️For example: My family was supposed to be home 10 minutes ago. I keep calling. No one is picking up. They must have gotten into an accident or something bad has happened. This ⬆️ is a very common one. It feels silly to some, but to others it can cause a spiral into panic. * * Ways to combat catastrophic thinking and all cognitive distortions: ✔️Create your own CBT thought record. ✔️Learn to recognizing the thought distortion. ✔️Separate your thoughts and your feelings. ✔️Challenge it (where is this coming from for you). ✔️Creating rational counter statements. * * It can feel odd as a practice, but I promise with repetition you will find yourself reframing and restructuring with little to no prompts. #cognitivedistortions #cbttherapy #catastrophe #mentalhealth

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These Cognitive Distortions are the reason why we don’t see the reality as it is. This is one of the reasons why realities are said to be constructed and subjective.

Some people are more successful than others because they have identified the harms of these distortions. They know that these exist and these should be avoided.

Most Common Mental Traps

Mental Trap of Emotional Reasoning

Keeping emotions over facts while decision making. A typical example of this would be “I feel that bad things only happen with me. Therefore, I will mess up in my presentations.”

While making this conclusion, one often ignore all those times when they have made a good presentation. In reality, the good ones are bound to be more than the bad ones. However, the distortions don’t let one realize this.

To combat this, one should search for facts that support their conclusion. The irrational thought will be highlighted as a result of insufficient evidence.

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How often do you believe your feelings? – Like really believe in the feeling? VS. The Emotional Reasoning that comes with it? – Emotions are signals, the mental chatter that sometimes accompanies them is not. 💭 – Emotions often times start the process of thoughts that lead us to believe our emotion is justified. – For example jealousy could lead us to believe so many different scenarios or situations. Often times about others and not ourselves. – However, what if we took a step back before the mind took over with Emotional Reasoning and really looked at this with clarity. – This emotion of jealousy could also mean "I feel low self worth", "I've been feeling less confident lately", or "I'm feeling afraid you will reject/leave me." – So believe emotions when they send their signal, and remember, it may take a deeper look into yourself then what you initially think. – Also, don't always believe the "stories" your mind creates, open up, seek deeper, discuss openly with a partner. – Do you let your emotions reason for you? We've all probably been there. 🤬 – Learning to recognize your own Emotional Reasoning is so important to learning emotional regularity, which leads to more joyful and satisfying relationships! – Tag someone or leave a comment if this was helpful. 🙏 . . 💓ԹӀɑվ ҽղժӀҽՏՏӀվ.💓 . . . #ThePlayBoxLa #PlayEndlessly #Love #Emotional #Relationships #Pleasure #Mindful #EmotionalReasoning #Aware #EmotionalControl #Love #Beautiful #MentalHealth #Relationships #RelationshipEducation  #IncreasePleasure #MustKnow #RelationshipGoals #MindfullyLive #Intimacy #Connection #Emotions #Emotion #ExploreYourself  #LetThePlayBegin #Wellness #subscriptionBox #CoupleEntrepreneurs #LosAngeles #SelfLove

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It is useful to understand what your thinking style you have in particular which ones are unhelpful to you. Some people have one style that dominates and some people have a mixture. Three thinking styles that often seem to be used at the same time are: Catastrophising, making mountains out of molehills and emotional reasoning. People who catastrophe imagine and believe that the worst possible thing will happen. Making mountains out of molehills is an exaggeration of danger or negatives and emotional reasoning is where the person tells themselves that because they feel bad or anxious they might be in danger. If you can identify your unhelpful thinking styles you can start to challenge them. #therapy #thinkingstyles #catastrophising #mountainsoutofmolehills #emotionalreasoning #exaggeration #negatives #anxiety #unhelpfulthinking #perception #mentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness #counselling

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Blaming as a Mental Trap

I don’t think this distortions needs any explanation. Anything bad that happens we look for something or someone to blame it on. Though this might take the responsibility off our shoulders, it does not help in the long run. One eventually gets accustomed to hold others responsible for their actions and feelings. Thus, they loose the right view of reality.


The commonly occurring tendency to believe that a disaster is about to happen with oneself.

An example of this would be when looking at a news telecast of robbery and housebreak, one starts to think, “What if my house is on target?”, “My house is surely the next one to be robbed.”

These kind of conclusions only increase far. They are far from being useful for anyone.

Fallacy of Fairness

Thinking that all situations must work according to the laws of fairness. It is a bitter truth that Life is not always fair. In such a case, when things do not follow a fair path, they result in anger, resentment or hopelessness.

Example: You getting less marks in a group assignment than others. In this case you usually think that, “How can others get more marks when I was the one who worked harder?”

It is necessary that one realizes that one cannot have the control over situations always. But maybe things can be made better by discussing with those in control of situations.

Personalization as a Mental Trap

Personalization refers to the act of taking everything personally. It is a form of blaming directed towards the self. However, there is no logic that supports this act.

Example: “The event organized by my team didn’t go well. It was all my fault. I should have worked harder.”

Such kind of Personalizations can lead to shame, guilt and a feeling of being inadequate.

Words of Worth

Resorting to all these distortions is easy but breaking free from them is hard. Your life is ultimately what you think of it to be. So stop distorting and start living!

Here are a few words that can help…….

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7 Buddhism Principles To Follow For A Happy Life



Buddhism is all about finding inner peace and controlling one’s self-desires. Not many people are aware of the fact that Buddhism is the fifth largest religion being followed all over the world. It has over 520 million followers who comprise almost 7% of total world’s population. The religion is encompassed by the teachings and beliefs of Buddha.

1. Be mindful


One of the core beliefs of Buddhism is the idea of right mindfulness. When we’re mindful, we stay in the present moment and really pay attention to what we are doing rather than dwelling on past events or worrying about future ones. This is the real heart of Buddhism. Wisdom will emerge if your mind is pure and calm. So next time you practice mindfulness  you would certainly see the difference in your mood.

2. Avoid comparisons


The Buddhist principle of equality says that all living entities are equal. In addition, the Buddhist belief that we are all connected makes a nonsense of comparing ourselves to others. There is no superiority or inferiority when we are all parts of a unified whole.

3. Don’t strive for money


Buddhism says that relying on materialism to bring us happiness is a false refuge. While money is important in that it helps us meet our physical needs, we will not find long term satisfaction in striving for money and material goods. Scientific studies have suggested the same. People who put money high on their priority list are more at risk for depression.


4. Work towards meaningful goals

Bodhipaksa says that ‘The whole point of being a Buddhist is in order to attain spiritual awakening — which means to maximize our compassion and mindfulness. What could be more meaningful than that?’ The Buddhist principle of right effort tells us to find a balance between the exertion of following the spiritual path and a moderate life.

5. Develop close relationships

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To the Buddha, spiritual friendship was the whole of the spiritual life. Generosity, kind words, beneficial help, and consistency in the face of events” are the things that hold people together. Buddhism also emphasizes the idea of non-attachment, which allows us to love our friends and family unconditionally without any need or desire to control or change them.

6. Practice gratitude

The Buddha said that gratitude, among other qualities, was the highest protection, meaning that it inoculates us against unhappiness. It is by being grateful and appreciative that we begin to focus on the blessings in our lives, which makes us more positive and happy.

7. Be generous

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Buddhism has always emphasized the practice of dana, or giving. As well as giving money or material possessions, Buddhism recognizes the benefit of giving less tangible gifts such as time, wisdom and support. Generosity is a gift you can give yourself. Being generous take courage but it liberates you heart and mind.

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Best Nail Care Tips For Stronger Nails




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Nail care is something that we ignore many a time. However, you cannot deny the fact that nails are an important part of our body and should not be ignored at any cost. Today, we have brought to you some nail care tips that will help you get stronger, healthier and nourished nails. These tips will help anyone who is trying to grow their nails, improve the quality or just wanting to maintain them.

We have some tips from the nail experts of the industry, right here:

Use cuticle oil regularly

We have often seen our cuticles become dry and rough, so do not let them damage and get it the habit of applying cuticle oil daily. You can also apply olive oil before going to bed, that works just fine!

Do not miss your nail tools

While taking care of our nails, we forget to take care of our of the tools we use for nail care. Thus, one of the most prompt nail care tips would be to clean and sterilize your nail care tools.

Use A Good Moisturizer

We know how much popular hand creams have become nowadays, hence, it shows how important it is to use. Keep your nails well-nourished and that will benefit your nails as well.

Give your nails a break

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While we all may just love getting nail extensions, it is necessary to give your nails a break. The acrylic can make your nails brittle and affect the growth of your nails.

Keep your nail filer handy

You must invest in good nail care tools. A filer is a requirement that you can never ignore and one should keep one handy in case of emergencies and keep your nails in shape.

Consume more vitamins

B-complex vitamins are vitally essential for healthy nails, also known as Biotin. Also, applying vitamin E oil helps in the growth of stronger and healthier nails.

File your nails in one direction

When filing your nails, make sure that you file them in one direction only. You can also decide which shape you want to opt for, which is almond, round or square.

Do not stress

In the end, do not take the stress of the maintenance. Just try to have fun, keep them moisturized and clean and once in a while experiment with colors and keep up with the joy!

Have you started your nail care routine yet?

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