Diana J. Smith

Mira Rajput reveals who gifted her the ‘Alexis’ inspired necklace with a selfie and it’s NOT Shahid Kapoor

Shahid Kapoor and his wife Mira Rajput are among the power couples of Bollywood. The two have been painting social media red with their love-filled PDA for the longest time and their fans love it. Not just this, Mira too is turning out to be a social media star as her tricks and tips related to health, fitness and haircare are a hit with the young girls. However, recently, Mira piqued the interest of fans as she had shared a selfie wearing an ‘Alexis’ inspired necklace and the internet wanted to know who gave it to her. 

Well, now, Mira has finally revealed who gifted the necklace inspired from Schitt’s Creek’s character, Alexis. Taking to her Instagram story, Mira shared a photo of herself as she posed for a selfie. In the photo, she could be seen clad in a blacktop. With it, one could see her rocking the ‘Alexis’

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5 smart ways to motivate yourself to exercise at home

Refinery 29 UK

Democrats Win The Georgia Runoffs & Flip The U.S. Senate

As a result of the tireless work of hundreds of organisers, Democrats Jon Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock have both won their runoff elections in Georgia and are headed to the U.S. Senate.
The stakes could not have been higher. Ossoff and Warnock’s wins mean the U.S. Senate will effectively be majority Democratic thanks to Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris’ tie-breaking vote. This could affect a great deal of legislation, including policy related to the Affordable Care Act; reproductive rights; and President-Elect Joe Biden’s proposed $775 billion plan for caregivers, which would introduce universal pre-K, boost pay for care workers, and expand jobs in the field. It could also affect further COVID relief bills, and help workers get crucial aid that’s been lacking under the Republican-controlled Senate.
In his victory speech, Warnock honoured his mother’s journey from the

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‘My doctor told me I was going to die’

The Telegraph

Why I’m determined to cancel Twelfth Night this year and keep the sparkle alive

Tradition and my late mother dictate that I should be taking down my Christmas decorations tomorrow night. For, lo! It’s Twelfth Night, or the Eve of the Feast of the Epiphany. Yet here I am, twisting a new set of LED lanterns round my bannisters, having already decked my bed’s headboard with a twinkling string of golden filigree leaf lights. The tree has been disrobed (the baubles needed saving from the cat as much as anything else), but it’s still standing in our kitchen. I’m thinking of decking it out with antibacterial masks, linguine loops and loo roll for the plague months ahead. And the gaudy wreath on my door is still firmly in place. Usually I make a tasteful ivy garland by hand and my sons bemoan the lack of glitter. But this

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Best iOS Apps To Get 2021 Off To A Great Start

Start the new year off well with these top-rated health, fitness, meditation, and drawing iPhone apps to enjoy calm strength and a clear mind.

With the new year upon us, there is an opportunity for Apple iPhone owners to get off to a fresh start and build good habits by installing some useful apps. The top focus in 2021 should be health and, thankfully, knowing what to do and staying on track isn’t as hard to manage as it once was. Learning new skills is also a good way to begin the year. With an iPhone and a few apps, it’s easier than ever to begin a new year with a positive focus.

January often comes with beginning a new diet and a workout routine, but studies have shown that cutting calories and exercising is not necessarily sustainable. Most people have personal experience with that. Instead of a sudden change,

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