Small Doses

Notes from the edi­tor

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Forty-year-old Manoj War­rier lost his vi­sion (in both eyes) at a very young age, and was an­gry with life, God and every­body in gen­eral. But soon, he de­cided to step out of his dark tun­nel, arm him­self with the right skills and turn his weak­ness into his strength. To­day, he works with a top cor­po­rate com­pany, is tech savvy, and lives a happy and an in­de­pen­dent life. This month’s ‘A Slice Of Life’ traces this brave heart’s re­mark­able jour­ney from de­spair to hope. It is also an inspiring les­son for us on how we of­ten take our bless­ings for granted…

Cover girl actress Za­reen Khan and lead­ing RJ Mal­ishka’s jour­neys – from fat and over­weight to fit and sexy – are also equally as­tound­ing. The three in­gre­di­ents that mapped their road to suc­cess: Dis­ci­pline, re­solve and sac­ri­fice. But know more about how they ex­actly nailed it - their diet ‘n’ ex­er­cise se­crets – in ‘Fit & Fa­mous’ and ‘Fit For Life’ re­spec­tively.

Those in the public domain sure have the abil­ity to turn heads… And this royal cou­ple stirred the world with their par­ent­ing style of ‘baby bunch­ing’. While Prince Wil­liam and Kate have em­barked on the daunt­ing task of bring­ing up two chil­dren less than two years apart in age, our ‘Par­ent­ing’ col­umn at­tempts to ed­u­cate to-be par­ents on the ideal spacing be­tween sib­lings. Leaf through for some cool par­ent­ing cues…

More star power is un­leashed in our ‘Yoga Spe­cial’, where glama­zons re­veal their love for one of the most an­cient forms of fit­ness – yoga. Flip through the is­sue also for tips on how to flaunt Hrithik Roshan-like abs, beat belly and thigh fat, strengthen hips and back… And last but not the least, a spe­cial sec­tion on ‘Med­i­cal Break­throughs’ to up­date you on the lat­est ad­vance­ments in med­i­cal science…

…All this, served from the heart, with healthy dol­lops of love, and a prayer for you to be happy, al­ways!

“The only thing worse than be­ing blind is hav­ing sight but no vi­sion.” – He­len Keller

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