We've seen into each other's homes and private lives, surfing the highs and lows of lockdown together. Can work become a kinder place as a result?
I understand you care about me and always want me to be safe. The fear of something bad happening to me is always on your mind, and truly I appreciate it.
As children across the nation prepare for another school year, there’s a lot on a parent‘s to-do list from bagging a whole new uniform to helping out with any last-minute summer projects. So who’s even found the time to think about their packed lunches?With nut-free policies in a growing number of schools and a few fussy eaters in every class, it’s proving harder than ever before to ensure your child doesn’t come home with half a soggy sandwich left in their lunch box.But we’ve tracked down the recipes designed to make the nightly prep a little easier.From last-minute wraps to moreish treats you and your family can enjoy baking, look no further for go-to inspiration this September.We can guarantee you’ll be taking your own lunchbox to work after taking a look at some of these easy-to-follow recipes…Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: The science behind taking children on a term-time holidayJohn Lewis releases predictions for top 10 toys this Christmas Should parents buy new school uniform every year?
People often ask me how I manage my office, home and child, and I tell them I am still learning. But along the way I have learnt quite a few life lessons that are worth sharing with others who find themselves in a similar predicament. Find happiness in small things. Don’t look for happiness in foreign trips or leisure shopping or expensive spas.
It is just a matter of time before the government introduces a bill banning commercial surrogacy or hiring a womb for a baby. The government is also planning to ban single parents from having surrogate babies. Here’s a look at who have had surrogate babies so far in Bollywood.
It was an ordinary day at Walmart for Erika Burch, who was picking up some groceries for her kids when she saw something out of the ordinary. “She [was] begging him to stop! She was saying ‘please stop, I promise I won’t do it again please stop!’” wrote Burch in a Facebook post that has since gone viral.
Red carpet events are not just for the A-listers! These grand events have also seen families of celebrities, grace the occasion in style.From Cannes to Stardust, Filmfare and Screen Awards, Bollywood stars were spotted posing with their families on the red carpet time and again.From parents to siblings and cousins, here’s a look at celebrities who brought their families on the prestigious red carpet.Image Credit: Movie Talkies
Bollywood stars are famous, talented and gorgeous, but did you know their children were no less?While some of the top stars and directors have their daughters and sons already ruling the Bollywood industry, a few other star kids have excelled in other arenas.However, whether they featured in films or not these stars and their children posed in style for magazine covers, adding oomph and glamour.Alia Bhatt and her daddy dearest recently turned cover stars for Femina and what a sight it was!However Alia and Mahesh Bhatt are not the first on this list! From Amitabh Bachchan to Anil Kapoor and Neetu Singh, here are stars who posed with their kids on the cover page of famous magazines.Take a look!
“When I grow up, I’ll be a doctor, so I could treat you and never let you die.” That was my promise as a five year old to my dad who was still recuperating from my grand pa’s untimely demise. He pulled me into a tight hug against his shaking body, soon I could sense his warm tears drenching my T-shirt.
Bollywood stars have no doubt inherited acting skills from their parents. But did you ever think how they got their good looks?A few celebrities are a splitting image of their parents, so much so that we were shocked when we compared their pictures.From the face structure to the eye colour and the features, these A-listers are a carbon copy of either their mother or father.Take a look!Image Credit: Twitter
Before the Yahoo Beauty editors were professional beauty geeks, we loved preparing for the new school year because it was the first perfect excuse to try new beauty products, debut a new haircut, and show off our new-and-improved selves, possibly with a smattering of freckles or a summer tan. We’re still teenagers at heart, and we can say with experience how important it is to start the school year on the right step with confidence. Here is everything you need for your back-to-school beauty arsenal, parent-, teen-, and beauty editor-approved.Related:5 Things I Wish I’d Known About Beauty In High School#QuarterLifeCrisis: Origins Reinvents Itself for Millennials at 25 Years OldTavi Gevinson is a Broadway Actress, Voice of a Generation, Fashion Pioneer, and Clinique Ambassador