January -February 2020
By- Pooja Siddhartha Mishra
You are never too old to reinvent yourself
Each new year gives us a chance for renewal, and 2020 is no exception! The first issue of 2020 reflects the spirit of the new beginning; Every story in this issue speaks about the challenges, opportunities, and the transformative power of hope.
Our cover story focuses on one of the shiniest stars of the Bollywood musical horizon- Tulsi Kumar. The beautiful and soft-spoken music diva shares her magical (err! And musical) journey from being the daughter of the legendary lt. Gulshan Kumar to become the most sought after singer. The skilled vocalist also talks about her philanthropic efforts and the causes close to her heart. Don’t miss this melodious chat!
Why are more and more people shopping for clothes at environmentally-friendly brands? Is it a part of the “slow fashion” revolution, or is it in response to environmental and labor concerns associated with the “fast fashion” industry that churns out thousands of pieces of cheap clothing by the minute? Time to find it out in this issue!
The Australian green resorts show us the power of bringing sustainable choices in the hospitality sector and the need to protect our diverse wildlife, habitats, and aboriginal people in a fast-changing world. Find out how businesses and utilities are driving themselves towards sustainable & ethical brands, the back to basics section reads about the Khadi fabric that leaves zero impact on the environment.
Along with the promises of healthy diets and resolutions for transformation, a new year comes with those inevitable January blues. Luckily, lifestyleforfood has enlisted healthy and sustainable food trends (likely to gain popularity in the year 2020) to help you beat those January blues.
What about sports? Are all ball and racket games the same? You know one and can you play all the others? Well, there are some surprises for you in the fitness for all section! Find out and much more about tennis with Abhay Sharma and Chetan Ranganath if ethnicity and your height do really matter for playing tennis!
Each of our stories speaks of our faith in the future, and I’m excited to share them with you. Please keep your eyes on this magazine in the coming months too for other signs of resilience and renewal. Because whatever changes 2020 may hold, one thing remains constant: our commitment to Mother Earth.
Have a happy and sustainable new year!