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    By Anushka Sharma It’s A New Win For Queen B With A Touch Of Cécred 21 February 2024 LIFESTYLE By Anushka Sharma The 5 Cleansers Your Face Will Thank You For 15 February 2024 LIFESTYLE by L'utopia Magazine Emma Watson Is ‘Obsessed’ With The Body Shop Lip And Cheek Stains 29 September 2023 LIFESTYLE By Akshra Khandelwal Countdown To History: Omega Unveils Paris 2024 Olympics Countdown Clock And Special Edition Timepiece 16 August 2023 LIFESTYLE Advertisement by Akshra Khandelwal Breitling's Endurance Pro IRONMAN Watches - Your Ultimate Journey Companion August 18, 2023 LIFESTYLE SEARCH Countdown To History: Omega Unveils Paris 2024 Olympics Countdown Clock And Special Edition Timepiece LIFESTYLE Juggling Law And Fashion: The Inspirational Journey Of Riddhi Nahata, A Multifaceted Influencer LIFESTYLE Join Shruti Yogi On Her Enchanting Journey From Kumkum Bhagya To Wanderlust Saga LIFESTYLE Personal Growth And Relatability: Ishita Khanna's Key To Influencer Success LIFESTYLE 6 Disadvantages Of Being Pretty LIFESTYLE POPULAR POSTS Advertisement By Anushka Sharma It’s A New Win For Queen B With A Touch Of Cécred 21 February 2024 LIFESTYLE By Anushka Sharma The 5 Cleansers Your Face Will Thank You For 15 February 2024 LIFESTYLE by Akshra Khandelwal Jainil Mehta: A Soulful Symphony 6 September 2023 LIFESTYLE by Akshra Khandelwal Behind The Lens: Heli Ved's Secrets To Creating Content That Resonates With The Masses 27 August 2023 LIFESTYLE by Akshra Khandelwal Ankita Malik: Empowering Change And Embracing Authenticity 27 August 2023 LIFESTYLE by Akshra Khandelwal Juggling Law And Fashion: The Inspirational Journey Of Riddhi Nahata, A Multifaceted Influencer 26 August 2023 LIFESTYLE by Akshra Khandelwal Esha Shetty On Redefining Beauty 26 August 2023 LIFESTYLE by Akshra Khandelwal Join Shruti Yogi On Her Enchanting Journey From Kumkum Bhagya To Wanderlust Saga 26 August 2023 LIFESTYLE by Akshra Khandelwal Personal Growth And Relatability: Ishita Khanna's Key To Influencer Success 26 August 2023 LIFESTYLE by Akshra Khandelwal Suhani Kapoor On Dancing Through The Challenges And Defying The Digital Norms 26 August 2023 LIFESTYLE by Akshra Khandelwal Simran Mittal: From Fashion To Entrepreneurship - A Journey Of Glam & Glow 26 August 2023 LIFESTYLE by Akshra Khandelwal On Weaving Dreams, Creating Connections, And Defying Expectations In Purva’s Life 26 August 2023 LIFESTYLE by Akshra Khandelwal A Candid Conversation With The Fashion Maven: Swati Vatssa 26 August 2023 LIFESTYLE by Akshra Khandelwal Breitling's Endurance Pro IRONMAN Watches - Your Ultimate Journey Companion 18 August 2023 LIFESTYLE by Akshra Khandelwal Capturing Moments And Unfolding Creativity With Flexcam In The Galaxy Z Series 17 August 2023 LIFESTYLE By Akshra Khandelwal Countdown To History: Omega Unveils Paris 2024 Olympics Countdown Clock And Special Edition Timepiece 16 August 2023 LIFESTYLE by Akshra Khandelwal Introducing The All-New Mercedes-AMG GLC: Unleashing Power, Performance, And Poise 15 August 2023 LIFESTYLE by Akshay T S From Damaged To Radiant: A Hair-Care Solution That Transforms Your Destiny 7 July 2023 LIFESTYLE IIT Kharagpur SPRING FEST 2023 IIT Kharagpur - The Summit Of All Cultural Fests Is Here 24 January 2023 LIFESTYLE IIT Bombay Feeling Blue - Set the Mood Indigo 12 December 2022 LIFESTYLE by Aishwarya The best picnic spots around the world - that you need to visit 4 November 2022 LIFESTYLE by Aishwarya Five ways to make your commute enjoyable! 4 November 2022 LIFESTYLE by Aishwarya Is a hangover curable by sweating it out? 4 November 2022 LIFESTYLE by Aarti Singh How To Find And Where To Look For Your Ikigai 29 October 2022 LIFESTYLE by Aparajita Jaiswal Sunita Trakaroo; A Rising Star 28 September 2022 LIFESTYLE by Tanya Gupta Types of Meditation 17 August 2022 LIFESTYLE by Tanya Gupta Benefits of Green Tea 16 August 2022 LIFESTYLE by Rupashree Ravi Why is childhood obesity becoming so common? 15 August 2022 LIFESTYLE by Rupashree Ravi Veganism On The Rise: What You Need To Know 3 August 2022 LIFESTYLE by Raunak Singh Hooda Mental Health: Hush we don’t talk about it out loud 1 June 2021 LIFESTYLE by Raunak Singh Hooda Not a beach body, but a fit body 1 June 2021 LIFESTYLE by Aparajita Jaiswal Anger and it’s ill effects 1 June 2021 LIFESTYLE by Akash Khatri Effective Self-Improvement 1 January 2021 LIFESTYLE by Akash Khatri 3 Most Famous Car Races in the World 1 December 2020 LIFESTYLE by Akash Khatri 5 Healthy Habits To Start Right Now 1 December 2020 LIFESTYLE by Anushka Singh 8 Elementary Ways To Practice The Attitude Of Gratitude 1 December 2020 LIFESTYLE by Akash Khatri 5 by 5 Rule 1 November 2020 LIFESTYLE by Akash Khatri Music – A blissful gift 1 November 2020 LIFESTYLE by Akash Khatri Cancel Culture 1 November 2020 LIFESTYLE by Akash Khatri 6 Disadvantages Of Being Pretty 1 October 2020 LIFESTYLE by Akash Khatri SITTING = DANGER! 1 October 2020 LIFESTYLE by Akash Khatri 70’s Playlist 1 October 2020 LIFESTYLE by Neha Pande Ways to be kind to yourself 1 September 2020 LIFESTYLE by Akash Khatri 5 Ways To Know “He is Just not that into you” 1 September 2020 LIFESTYLE by Anushka Singh Expression Through Art Therapy 1 September 2020 LIFESTYLE by Aparajita Jaiswal Glass Slippers And Glittery Masks! 27 July 2020 LIFESTYLE by Akash Khatri The ‘Black Mamba’ is no More 27 July 2020 LIFESTYLE by Neha Pande Before I Die 27 July 2020 LIFESTYLE by Aparajita Jaiswal Kyle Wiens’ surreal hiring policies! 27 July 2020 LIFESTYLE by Akash Khatri WHAT DROVE CAR DESIGNERS SO FAR? 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  • Why the Gender Pay Gap is Wide and Disturbing

    by Rupashree Ravi Why the Gender Pay Gap is Wide and Disturbing 4 August 2022 SOCIETY Advertisement Advertisement Gender equality in the workplace is still a pipe dream for many. Education, discrimination, societal norms, and other factors affect women’s occupational choices and their pay. It is known that women are paid significantly lesser than men for the same work they do, whether it is paid domestic labour or a desk job. This is despite the fact that over the last several decades, millions of women have joined the workforce and have also made huge gains in their educational attainment. All this means that the gender pay gap is real. It also hurts women by suppressing their earnings and making it harder for them to keep a balance between work and family. The gender pay gap is essentially the average difference between the remuneration received by working men and women. But it is more nuanced as the pay gaps can be unadjusted or adjusted. The former is much starker as it simply differentiates between the mean and median wages of the two genders, while the latter takes into account differences in factors such as occupation, education, and job experience. Women are often blamed for not earning more “Worldwide, women only make 77 cents for every dollar earned by men. This results in a lifetime of income inequality between men and women and more women retiring into poverty.” This kind of inequality can be seen in all countries and across all sectors because women’s work is undervalued and they also tend to be concentrated in different jobs than men. Even though the nature of the work may require equal or more effort and skills, it is still valued and remunerated less. The gap widens for women of colour, immigrant women, and mothers, which pushes them into casual and part-time work in the informal economy. This kind of phenomenon is common and much larger in developing countries than in developed countries. It is alarming to know that in a country like India, the reasons for the pay gap are much more complicated. Girl students are forced to drop out of school and are married off, and even if they are educated, many women are not allowed to work by their families. Women who join the workforce often need to take extended leaves for maternity and child care, and even the healthcare of other family members. To top it all, they also take care of household duties like cooking and cleaning. All these factors lead to women’s earnings falling behind men’s over time. Women are forced to micro-manage at their workplace and home We have to understand why the gender wage gap exists and how we can tackle it, without shifting the blame to women for not earning more. Our economy itself provides unequal opportunities for women at every point of their education, training, and career choices. As a result, women tend to choose jobs that pay less, according to a study. They disproportionately enter lower-paid, and female-dominated occupations. However, this decision is shaped by discrimination, societal norms, and other forces beyond their control. Employers also choose to prefer men over women for the same positions and roles due to factors such as motherhood penalties. “Equal pay for work of equal value” The bottom line, however, is that socio-economic disparity and patriarchal power structures expose women to more unpaid care work and land the weight of multi-dimensional work, including primary caretaking on them. Factors like non-inclusivity and sexual harassment in the workplace further pressurise them to opt out of their career prospects. Studies reveal that it will 195 years to overcome the gender pay gap in India This is why we need to expand paid family and medical leave and improve the overall work-life balance. Paid paternity leaves for men are also a great start so that they can help at home as well and lift the burden from women. Implementation of stricter laws like the Equal Pay Act at the state and national levels will help to reduce the widening pay gap. Lastly, gender-sensitive employment practices and measures to reduce sexual harassment in the workplace are the need of the hour all across the world. #Feminism #GenderPayGap #Representation #Patriarchy #WorkplaceInclusivity #GenderSensitisation SEARCH Women Empowerment A mere concept or a real Concern SOCIETY Looking Through The Excellence Of ‘Jaali’ Architecture SOCIETY Why the Gender Pay Gap is Wide and Disturbing SOCIETY Festival of Stones SOCIETY The Pygmalion Effect SOCIETY POPULAR POSTS Advertisement Advertisement By Rini Pathak A Glance In The Kshitij’23: A Euphoric Escapade 26 January 2024 SOCIETY By Rini Pathak Mithibai Kshitij: Epitome Of Diverse Social Cause Empowerment 24 January 2024 SOCIETY By Rini Pathak Breaking Barrier And Redefining Inclusivity Conduct Of Para Events: Shaping Of A Better Future By Mithibai Kshitij 19 January 2024 SOCIETY by Mudita Bagla Divorce - Not A Big Deal 24 January 2023 SOCIETY RELATED POSTS

  • Re-Discover The Charm Of Old-School Travel With A Total Digital Detox!

    by Yashi Srivastava Re-Discover The Charm Of Old-School Travel With A Total Digital Detox! 21 February 2023 TRAVEL Advertisement Advertisement What is that one thing we can’t go a day without? No prizes for guessing; it’s the internet! We can’t get enough of this world of the digital vortex. Thus, it wouldn’t be wrong to say that we have become captive of internet technology to the point where we need a digital detox from time to time or let it take the better of us. Let’s accept that traditional ways of paying bills, playing games (we mean outdoors), calling people, clicking photographs, etc., are so old school! While we cannot go back to standing in lines for hours to pay the bills, we can certainly apply some old-school charm to our travels. Back in the day, travelers and explorers only had winds or maps to guide them to a new destination – and they hardly ever faltered! So, we at L’utopia, decided to take you back to the good days when nobody knew the word digital and yet traveled far and around the globe! The article will help you understand why a digital travel detox is an absolute necessity in the current world and how to switch to the old-world travel patterns so that the next time you go on a trip, you can re-discover the charm and beauty; of old-school travel! Why Go for a digital detox? When was the last time you unplugged from your cell phone/laptop/social media for 24 hours? If your answer is, ‘I don’t know,’ you, my friend, need a digital detox. Every time we get out of control with the consumption of complex carbohydrates and gain a few extra pounds, we detoxify our bodies. In the same way, we can rely on the old-school ways to give our eyes some rest and break from the digital hullaballoo to get our minds back in their original shape. We believe that the best way to do the same is while wandering in the hills or enjoying a traditional meal with our family in a hotel away from social media and its charm - that’s when you enjoy your freedom! A vacation or a trip to your favorite destination without the stress of keeping up with social media or receiving urgent calls will make your trip worthwhile when you avoid tapping on your phone’s screen for no reason. It saves your time and energy. Ah! You’ve no idea how amazing this feeling is, and the result is extraordinary - unfiltered freedom! How to Begin with the digital detox? You can always start with limiting your use of social media – start with an hour or so and bring it down to 20 minutes a day or however it deems fit. Cut down the time of using social media with each passing day. Before setting off for your retreat, ensure you have sent all the important emails and messages and informed your friends and colleagues about the same. Also, you can provide a contact number of the hotel you’ll be staying in so that you can be contacted in case there’s an urgency. Next, you can start wearing a watch on your way out so that you break the habit of looking at your phone. Before leaving for the airport or station: Book your hotel. Get your reservations. Write down the hotel’s address. Ask the staff how to reach the hotel from the airport/station. Finally, make your travel itinerary and jot down the necessary details about the place you’re visiting so that it becomes easy for you to enjoy your time off without stressing over issues regarding where to go and how to reach there, etc. Even your hotel staff can help you with places to visit during your stay but be sure that the information you have collected is correct. How to switch from digital/online tools to old school club? Now that you’re ready to take your digital detox vacation, here are a few non-digital tools that can replace the digital ones and turn you to transform you into a total traditional traveler! Use printed maps instead of GPS- Remember that GPS will be gone when you say goodbye to your smartphone and laptops. So, try and get yourself a street map to figure out the directions to reach your hotel + other places you want to visit. It isn’t that a big task to find a map. However, trying to learn the direction on the printed maps sure is. So, if the map doesn’t work well for you, it’s better to ask for directions from locals. Payphone instead of cell phone (or borrow a phone) - As fun as it sounds, finding a working payphone in today’s world can be hectic. If you’re going for full detox, better borrow a phone to make a call. If you want to go off-grid, you’ll have to face a little uneasiness on your way, but it will add to your great memories, and trust us when we tell you that it will all be completely worth it! Browse the wilderness instead of the internet - Keep your mind off of sending a text, making a call, updating your status, or anything that involves using your phone or laptop and taking in the fresh air of the wilderness! Pay your attention to exploring a new area and absorb the beauty of lush green forests brimming with tropical trees, rambling waterfalls, infinite wild, usual bazaar scenes, delicious food, and rich culture. Send postcards to your loved ones - We agreed on no cell phones while on the trip, but if you miss your friends and family, send them some beautiful postcards of the city/place you’re vacationing. Just go to the nearby Post Office, get it stamped, and send it. Let travel agents take care of your business - Free yourself from the stress of booking tickets, hotels, getting reservations, etc., and contact a travel agent to do that job for you. Technology has made us self-sufficient to get our bookings done, but since you’re going off the grid, it is advisable to rely on a good travel agent. Take a lot of books with you - Purposelessly tapping your phone screen is a great time-killer. So, when you don’t have it, you would understand that you need to direct your attention toward something else. It is thus, suggested to bring lots of books/magazines to read while you’re on a total digital blackout. If you like e-books, well, you must re-acquaint yourself with that sweet old smell of printed books, and if you are a reader, you might not want to switch back to e-reading again! Try it! Jot down important contacts - Whatever you do, DO NOT forget to write down a few important contact numbers before leaving your home. You’re visiting a new place and plan to stay in a new environment for quite a while. So, you must keep these numbers with you all the time - it’s even better if you memorize them! Also, don’t forget to include the number of the hotel you’ll be staying in. So, keep that cell phone away, close the lid of your laptop, put that camera down and unplug yourself from the digital world! Now, pack your bags and leave for your next travel destination as an authentic explorer, and soon you’ll find a connection far better than the one you share with the internet! You can never see enough of the world with a smartphone that has a working internet connection. So, the next time you visit a new place, remember to keep it away and soak in the present moment. Blob - The beauty of old-world travel cannot be compared to the digital tours and trips. The charm and beauty of using a map to reach your destination brings tremendous joy to the explorer or wanderer - the same cannot be said in the case of a digital vagabond since there is no actual work done on their part to find that cafe, or that hill, or beach and so on. Maybe, it is time to ditch your digital tools and go on your next trip in the good old-fashioned way, and we will show you how! #DigitalDetoxTravel #TravellerWithoutPhone #DigitalDetox #TravelIsLife #NoPhoneTravel #OldSchoolTravel SEARCH 7 Abandoned Cities In India And Abroad That Are Too Beautiful To Be Forgotten TRAVEL Blue Lagoon – Iceland TRAVEL Palm Islands TRAVEL WORLD PEACE DOME TRAVEL Blood Falls In Antarctica: Explained TRAVEL POPULAR POSTS Advertisement Advertisement By Rini Pathak Fly In Elegance With Qatar Airways And Avail Exclusive Offers 20 February 2024 TRAVEL By Rini Pathak Surrounded By The Zenith Of Luxury; Palazzo Versace Dubai 19 February 2024 TRAVEL By Rinni Pathak The Take Off Of A Flight Connecting Emirates And NBA 16 February 2024 TRAVEL By Rini Pathak Unveiling The City Of Extravagance With Palazzo Versace Dubai 13 February 2024 TRAVEL RELATED POSTS

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