Small Habits To Change Your Life

Small Habits To Change Your Life

Practice These 10 Small Habits Every Day and Watch Your Life Completely Changed

I firmly believe in the power of positive habits.

Pointing to the clouds is easy to say: “This is where I want it.”

Anyone can do it.

The challenge is to get your hands dirty and do what needs to be done every day to turn these dreams into reality.

  • Keep the first promise of the day.

The first promise we make to ourselves every day is when we rise.

do you know? The vast majority of us violated this promise.

The alarm went off. You slept with sn. Without even planning, you start a new day in full swing.

I made a promise the night before, so I decided not to fulfil it.

Develop the habit of practising making and fulfilling promises to yourself.

It’s not just “waking up”.

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This is about habit.

  • Dress for success.

You look good and feel good.

Part of your morning routine should include reflecting the energy you want to bring to the world.

This has nothing to do with “looking professional”, but to put yourself in a positive attitude.

When you wear comfortable shoes, you will have a different energy.

Energy is essential.

  • A moment of reflection.

Before the chaos of the day begins, take a moment to think about yourself.

For some people, this is meditation.

For others, they may be reading a few pages of a book, or sitting quietly on coffee and newspapers.

But please take a moment to feel the peace of today. If there is a storm (metaphor), he will help you later.

You will bring back memories of those quiet moments in the early morning and remember that life is full of waves.

All to get them out.

  • Eat lunch!

Many people underestimate the value of a lunch break-even if it only takes 15 minutes to get a sandwich.

Personal health is very important for long-term gaming, and if you ignore it, you will only prepare for bigger problems in the future.

If your schedule is very busy and you can’t spare time to feed yourself, it means that your food is a bit unbalanced-I promise it is not a lunch issue.

  • A moment in the afternoon.

How many people think about where they are in five minutes of the day?

Not much.

Instead, once we start a new day, we push, push, and push until we reach the sofa at 9 pm. They said, “Wow, I’m tired.”

Life is not the enemy. Life is a marathon.

Not only do you have a quiet morning and/or night, but you also need to spend five minutes in the middle of the day to stay calm.

If you find that this situation is “impossible,” let yourself go to the bathroom for five minutes.

Everyone should use the bathroom, right?

No matter what time it takes, let these five minutes happen in the afternoon.

For the rest of the day, five minutes of calm will surprise you.

  • Looking for some free time.

If you are a motivated person, then the concept of “free time” does not exist.

Free time is the time you can spend more time on achieving your goals.

However, in the long run, this can also cause problems.

Everyone needs time to relax.

The length of time has nothing to do with the quality of time.

Compared with an hour that is completely separated by 5 hours a day, 5 hours alone is much more efficient because you will punish yourself mentally for “resting”.

Free time is crucial, especially for creative people.

Let your mind drift.

Take a step back.

See the forest instead of the trees.

  • Manage your funds well and don’t let your funds drain.

A lot of pressure stems from money.

But is it the money’s fault?

Or is it our relationship?

Take the time to learn something about finance and how to prepare for success.

Develop positive habits here and stick to it.

All salaries are transferred to retirement accounts.

Set aside another part of your personal savings. Make a reasonable purchase.

Then, once a month, do a quick check on yourself to see where you spend your money.

The more diligent you are here, the more likely you are to develop a habit and prepare for the future you really want.

  • Introduce yourself.

When was the last time you talked to someone on the train?

At the grocery store?

Are you waiting in line for coffee?

You never know who to meet-it is these timing moments that make life move forward in an interesting way.

Through random conversations in the gym, I came across some of the best business contacts.

Some of my favourite stories are the result of a decision to talk to new friends.

Develop the habit of introducing yourself to people who hinder you.

This is the easiest way to keep your life fun.

  • Explore.

Based on the above, it is easy to fall into the routine of going to the same place, ordering the same dishes, and meeting the same people.

Get used to exploring new things.

If you want to go to that new cafe on the street, then go.

If you are considering trying a new restaurant, please make a reservation.

Unless you do, it will never happen.

  • Keep a diary and fall asleep.

Of course, there are two most underrated habits in the world: keep a diary before going to bed and then fall asleep.

The reason why I advocate recording a log before going to bed is that it is a few quiet times during the day.

This is the best time to use it for meditation, know what a day is like, know how you feel, know how to improve for tomorrow, and then set your own intentions.

Another reason you must do this before going to bed is that it penetrates your subconscious mind while you sleep.

If you can develop this habit, you will be very aware of what you need to do to succeed the next day.

You will spend the whole night studying these “next steps” outside, and when you wake up, it’s time to start working.

Sleeping so underestimated.

For a long time, I believe that the less you sleep, the more difficult your work is.

Indeed, this is true: if you don’t get enough sleep, you will feel that you are the hardest person on earth.

But this does not mean you are smart.

Seven to seven and a half hours of sleep is the best choice. If you can get an eight, that would be great. If not, that’s great.

But don’t settle for five or six.

A relaxed mind is more productive than a tired mind (no matter how much coffee you drink).

Pakistani Wedding; A Trend Setter

These unconventional Pakistani weddings were full of love in the most unique way

Who doesn’t love a good wedding story?

And while we’re all for mushy expressions of love, we’re over destination weddings, OTT weddings and the works. What we’re really digging are weddings which encourage intimate settings, environmental conservation, economising, and honestly, couples just breaking out of the mould to celebrate their big day.

We got in touch with a few desi couples who managed to convince their parents to go against the tide. Here are seven couples who have won us over with their wedding stories.

This couple went eco-friendly to have a zero-waste wedding

The couple posing on their wedding day.
The couple posing on their wedding day.

Recircle co-founders Wasma Imran and Mahin Khan tied the knot on 30th December, 2018 and there was one thing they knew they wanted for sure; a one-day, zero-waste wedding, as they’re big on sustainable living.

“We asked our catering service to use 19 litre Nestlé bottles, and fill them in metal dispensers so that no 1 litre plastic bottle rested on tables. These big nestle bottles are sent back to the company to be recycled,” said Wasma. “As for cold drinks, we did not use plastic 1.5 litre bottles and no straws, instead we used glass bottles that were emptied by the catering service in glasses and sent back to the company for recycling.”

They had an afternoon wedding in an open farmhouse in Lahore that they rented and they made sure that everything used was recyclable, like artificial flowers. “All our arrangements were re-usable so that even organic waste was avoided and the artificial flower arrangements can be reused at other weddings too. The organic food waste from our wedding was collected by a solid waste company which they converted to compost.”

“Our wedding is just another example of how we wanted to ‘not’ harm the environment while we were taking this really big step in our lives. It was about staying true to our principles and practice what we believe in.”

To conserve the environment, the couple made invites from seed paper so that when buried and watered regularly, grow into basil plants, making them 100% biodegradable.

“We also made very limited cards, and used a web-invite for most people to be as paper-free as possible. Our wedding favour packaging was made of 100% recycled paper, and no packaged stuff went into it. Only nuts and dried fruits. Moreover, our wedding favour includes one pot with a tiny plant for each family.”

Left: Seed paper invites. Right: Ring made of recycled silver and meteorite
Left: Seed paper invites. Right: Ring made of recycled silver and meteorite

They even got their rings hand crafted from Europe Wasma said, “My wedding ring is made of recycled silver, with a meteorite in it. My husband’s ring is also made of meteorite and recycled metal. We got them shipped from Norway and Budapest, respectively. As we’re 100% against diamond mining. Meteorites don’t cost a kidney, and they’re ACTUALLY rare compared to diamonds which are artificially inflated. And while it sounds really fancy, meteorite rings are really cheap! 1/50th the price of diamonds. My wedding jewellery is also hand crafted from scrap metal and recycled silver, as I really didn’t want to spend a lot on my jewellery. It was designed by Esfir Jewels and I absolutely love them!”

She added, “Our wedding is just another example of how we wanted to ‘not’ harm the environment while we were taking this really big step in our lives. It was about staying true to our principles and practice what we believe in. This is who we are and how we live!”

And to top it off, both parties split the costs and there was no dowry in the equation.

This couple got married with just 35 people in attendance and bought a car with their wedding fund

Practical romantics for the win!
Practical romantics for the win!

Food writer and voiceover artist, Aneela Sheikh Bhatti chose to take the path less travelled and had a super intimate ceremony for her wedding.

“Whenever I tell my wedding story to people, especially in Karachi, I am usually met with a few raised eyebrows and judgmental stares. My wedding was very different from the vast majority of matrimonial festivities that take place in Pakistan. For starters, it wasn’t a week of celebrations. I mean, if it’s considered a cultural norm here to have three events just for an engagement, then what we did was not normal,” explained Aneela.

“One day, we were sitting in my house, my then-boyfriend and now-husband, took my hand, dragged me to my mum’s room and told her, ‘Aunty I want to marry your daughter’and that was basically our engagement. A few months later, we called about 35 people to my house, just the closest family and friends. I signed papers in one room and he did the same in another. After it was over we sat together while people helped themselves to light refreshments of tea, fries, sandwiches, the very basics. I bought my outfit ready made the night before.”

“We were 23 with hardly any money in our pockets and did not want to start married life with a ton of debt looming over our heads. As cliché as it sounds and with the spirit of Valentine’s Day around the corner, I need to say that although a lot people look to turn their wedding day(s) into this fairy tale, a dream of a perfect day; for me, the fairy tale was always in the happily ever after.”

She added, “As a wedding present, my friend’s mother had my make-up and hair done at her parlour, so I really lucked out and I happened to look stunning on the day. We didn’t even have a professional photographer so all the pictures from my wedding day are pretty much off people’s phones.

“With the money we saved from the wedding, we got a secondhand Alto which I affectionately refer to as Betsy and is the very same car I drive everywhere to date, four years and a super cute baby later! As a wedding present our friends and family pitched in and we went on an amazing honeymoon to Thailand. Both these things were worth far more to us than feeding 400+ people, most of whom would’ve spent the evening whispering to each other about how they thought I was getting married because I was pregnant. Sure, we upset a few people by not inviting them to our small event, but we still look back and are so thankful we stuck to our guns and did OUR wedding OUR way. “

Aneela continued, “We were 23 with hardly any money in our pockets and did not want to start married life with a ton of debt looming over our heads. As cliché as it sounds and with the spirit of Valentine’s Day around the corner, I need to say that although a lot people look to turn their wedding day(s) into this fairy tale, a dream of a perfect day; for me, the fairy tale was always in the happily ever after.”

This bride wore her pre-worn sari to her wedding, and the groom wore jeans

Sana and Wilhelm have been married for seven years now.
Sana and Wilhelm have been married for seven years now.

Talk about being comfortable at your wedding. Sana Nizamani Nilsson and Vilhelm, who wed in Sweden on 12th March 2012 wanted an “event to celebrate love, friendship and mutual respect for who we are. I wanted the focus on us as people and less on the material things.”

After taking an exhausting look at the wedding planning, the couple decided to go the simple route.

“We wanted to keep it simple. Firstly, every time we thought of having to book venues, decide the menu, plan the guest list, etc, we got very overwhelmed. It simply took energy and focus away from each other and into this idea of how a wedding day is supposed to be,” Sana said.

“Desi weddings are beautiful, bright, big and fun. However, they, much like all weddings in general, can very easily become about the list of guests who must be invited and less about the couple.”

“Also, as I am a very private person, I felt uncomfortable having a large gathering on such a special day as we were going to read our vows to each other. Thus, quite early on we realised how we wanted it to be small and intimate. Plus, we wanted to pay for everything ourselves even though both our families generously offered to contribute so a small wedding made it possible to keep it classy within our budget.”

When it came to clothes, nothing seemed to be the right fit. “I couldn’t see the point in paying a lot of money for a dress I’d wear once. A few years earlier, my mother had gifted me a sari which I loved. I had worn it to a friend’s wedding and had brought it with me when I moved to Sweden. It was simple, red, and it had a history that felt special. Wearing that sari was a way to have my mother at the wedding and I’m so happy I made that decision.” She paired it with the only pair of heels she had – bought six years prior.

Sana decided to improvise and made her necklace into a teeka!
Sana decided to improvise and made her necklace into a teeka!

“All my life, I had seen bride wearing teekas. It was hard to imagine becoming a bride and not have one. Years ago, my parents had gifted me a beautiful and simple gold set of which I always wore the necklace. On the day of the wedding, I casually placed the necklace on my head and realised it doubled perfectly as a teeka,” she added.

Speaking of her husband’s choice to wear jeans, Sana said that that’s just him. “Enduring, simple, comfortable and yet, handsome. My husband is a giver, but he rarely treats himself. As he is a great admirer of country living, I was so happy to see him going to a genuine cowboy shop in Stockholm and getting himself clothes down to the leather boots. I slipped an Ajrak around his neck to celebrate the Sindhi in me on our big day.”

The total number of people at the event was less than 20 which included her husband’s family and their closest friends. Unfortunately Sana’s parent’s weren’t able to attend the ceremony due to visa delays. “My side of the family could only be there on Skype and in our hearts.”

“Within minutes, we were all a room filled with happy tears and crackling voices. This sense of raw emotion and the freedom to express it had been made possible by having only a tight knit of people. Seven years and two children later we still cherish the memory of the wedding day and feel thankful for the decisions we made to keep it simple. The sari, the teeka necklace and my husband’s Ajrak made helped create symbolism. There was a lot of thoughtfulness that day.”

This couple had a court marriage and distributed food at an Edhi Centre for their valima

The bride and groom on their wedding day.
The bride and groom on their wedding day.

On 19th May 2018, Saadia Subhan got married for the second time wearing a simple blue kurti with a dupatta, no extravagance.

“It’s my second marriage after being single and fighting depression for years, so my parents were hesitant and very careful about it,” she said. “On the other hand, it was his (now-husband Subhan Aslam) first marriage and he, being the only son of his parents, also faced many questions.”

However, once the families met, there was no going back.

“We had our arrangement at a lawyer’s chamber in Islamabad and our parents were well aware and willing for our marriage. We, along with our parents reached court, had our nikah and registration done within an hour’s time,” said Saadia.

“I wore a simple blue kurti and dupatta to match his blue formal shirt,” she added.

“Besides not wasting any money to please people who’ll criticise no matter what, it was done to remove stigmas attached to the matrimonial process in our society. You don’t have to take heavy loans to meet a set standard just to feel accepted in society”.

Their reason for the basic wedding was simple. “Besides not wasting any money to please people who’ll criticise no matter what, it was done to remove stigmas attached to the matrimonial process in our society. We are not against those who love extravagant weddings, but our choice of a simple wedding was to spread a message that marriages can be done in an easy way too. You don’t have to take heavy loans to meet a set standard just to feel accepted in society.”

“Our families firmly supported us in standing against social norms of not marrying a divorced woman, accepting/demanding heavy dowry and taking loans for day long celebrations because of “log kia kahein gay” Our parents proudly stood beside us and respected our choice of simple marriage.

The couple driving off to their honeymoon after their nikah
The couple driving off to their honeymoon after their nikah

The funniest bit was the reaction of friends and relatives. “They thought it was a prank. Our wedding announcement was a Facebook post with a picture taken an hour after nikah, both in t-shirts and nobody could tell that we’d really gotten married.”

After the nikah, Saadia and Subhan dropped their parents’ home and drove off to Nathia Gali for a one-night honeymoon and returned Sunday night, to resume work the following morning. Upon their return they distributed food at an Edhi centre for their valima.

“We are both humanitarians and there was no better way of celebrating valima other than distributing food among those who really deserve.”

The total cost of the event, including the nikah and valima food came to a roundabout figure of Rs 15,000.

This bride wore her mom’s shaadi outfit on her wedding

Photo (R) by Usman Jamshed Studio
Photo (R) by Usman Jamshed Studio

Journalist Annam Lodhi always knew that when she got married, she wanted to wear her mother’s shocking pink shaadi dress.

“Her shaadi outfit was hot pink and the valima jora was this mehndi green dress, with a jamavar gharara and organza dupatta. I’d always thought I’ll wear her green dress on my mehndi and the pink one on my shaadi. Strangely, my mom was always against it. Her reasons being, “one should only wear new clothes on their wedding” but I couldn’t resist, she had preserved her clothes with the utmost care! She’d worn them just on her wedding day and never again and also still has her bangles, shoes and other accessories from the wedding, even hair pins,” shared Lodhi.

The bride and the groom on their big day
The bride and the groom on their big day

Fast forward to 2019, it was time for Annam’s nikah: “The idea behind me actually using her dress was my attachment to all things vintage and old. My mom told us numerous stories about her wedding day, how her hair was a mess and the nose pin wasn’t right and how hard it was for her to walk in a shahrara for the first time. She was only 17 when she got married, she tells us about her feelings about how she was confused yet happy and what not. I just wanted to be able to tell her story by just wearing her dress.

“Even though I was very emotional about the dress, in the process I realised it helped with the finances too. With the current market, wedding dresses burn a hole in your wallet.”

The hot pink shahrara and dupatta have identical work, various handwork techniques have been used, not a sign of machine work and best of all, the work hasn’t gone black even after 30 years! The dupatta is just 2.5 meters long. The shirt was plain pink, which I got changed because I wanted it to look heavier and I added an extra dupatta. Even then, everything felt so lightweight because there were no blingy stones on it, it didn’t constrain my movement in any way.”

The hot pink sharara!
The hot pink sharara!

She got a shirt made from Liberty Market for Rs 20,000 to go with the outfit and the whole look came up to under Rs1 lakh including shoes, jewellery and makeup!

And there’s another cool thing about going vintage; Lodhi adds, “Even though I was very emotional about the dress, in the process I realised it helped with the finances too. With the current market, wedding dresses burn a hole in your wallet. It is great to repurpose old dresses and enjoy your day guilt free!”

This bride sang at her wedding to enjoy her day to the fullest

A picture of the happy couple
A picture of the happy couple

Kaghaz’s vocalist Amna Nizami caught everyone’s attention when she auditioned for Pepsi Battle of the Bands Season 3. She’d taken a flight right after her wedding to Shamayale Khattak and qualified to the next round with henna still unfaded. Turns out this wasn’t her first performance post-wedding. She decided to have a concert on her big day as well!

“We wanted to make our wedding our own,” said Amna. “It’s our big day, why should we be the ones sitting idle and waiting for it all to be over? I should enjoy my own wedding and do what makes me feel alive and happy. We didn’t have any MehndiMayun or rasmay. Our main event was a small barat with a nikah so we decided to have a simple event to accompany it and I decided to perform. I’m a musician, that’s what I do.”

Amna got a few of her fellow musicians on stage and performed for her family.

“It’s our big day, why should we be the ones sitting idle and waiting for it all to be over? My parents knew that I’d be performing and they were okay with it. Yes, the guests were surprised because brides don’t do that but that’s who I am.”

“My parents knew that I’d be performing and they were okay with it. Yes, the guests were surprised because brides don’t do that but I had played at other close friends’ weddings before with other musician friends and I felt it would be more personal if I do it on mine because that’s who I am.”

“We started with two cover songs which I sang. At the end two very close friends played the rubab and guitar. I played darbuka and people came up on dance floor to dance to the music and that was a win for me.”

She added, “Also, this was the first time a lot of my family heard me sing. They were pretty impressed!”

This bride doesn't care for naysayers.
This bride doesn’t care for naysayers.

Amna put on a show but groom Shamayale had his own fair share of surprises. The groom revealed that the barat made an entry to the theme music of wrestling stars DX. Coming from a theatre background, Shamayale got his troupe together and put on dances for the crowd.

“It was like larki waley vs larkey waley but we were more involved in them than anyone else.”

Brides and grooms having a wedding with their own quirks and enjoying it their way, that’s a yes from us!

This couple got married on their balcony within a budget of Rs20,000

Rizwan in his dark blue kurta, minus his wife.
Rizwan in his dark blue kurta, minus his wife.

Rizwan and his wife, Palwasha Minhas celebrated their wedding with the least amount of fuss. In the midst of all the wedding madness last winter, Rizwan tweeted the details of their event, all within Rs20,000.

“Guys shaadi season hai so here’s my wedding story in a thread so you guys know that having apni marzi ki shaadi (a wedding of your choice) is possible,” he wrote.

The couple, who reside in Lahore and are wedding photographers by profession, had a maximum budget of Rs20,000. “My guest list had 25 names: friends and parents. The venue was my terrace. The menu was chicken tikka, seekh kabab, pathoray chanay, halwa, strawberries.”

“A friend lent his cooks, I bought the chicken and masalay from the money and helped prepare the food. My wife cooked khattay aloo as the starter. I forgot dessert so a friend brought strawberries and ice cream. He also brought tables for the food.”

“My guest list had 25 names: friends and parents. The venue was my terrace. The menu was chicken tikka, seekh kabab, pathoray chanay, halwa, strawberries.”

Decor was kept to a minimum. “My dad bought fairy lights and put them up on the terrace. I borrowed 25 chairs from the neighborhood election committee.

“My wife and I wore plain blue shalwar kameez,” he said, courtesy of his mother and sister who bought it as a gift for the duo. “We all ate and talked till midnight when WAPDA cut off the lights. The whole shaadi then moved to restaurant The Manji Munch, DHA and then bas. Khush! Done!”

He concluded by saying, “Sukoon karo. Do whatever you want of course and whatever you can afford. But HAVE FUN. Be happy. Big or small, all weddings should just be HAPPY. Khush raho sab. Bye.”

Do Couples Start Looking More Alike Over Time?

Do Couples Start Looking More Alike Over Time?

Couples have same face over years? Mystery Solved

Over Time, Will The Relationship Between Husband And Wife Become More And More Similar? A New Study Finally Solved This Mystery

The idea of ​​long-term contact between people has existed for decades. In fact, it originated from scientific experiments in the 1980s. But is this phenomenon really strange? Something?

This unusual idea entered the consciousness of the world in a psychology study published in 1987, which concluded that couples who have lived together for 25 years are physically similar to each other due to long-term cohabitation.

Regarding how this happened, the author, led by the late social psychologist Robert Zajonc, believes that “the apparently intimate relationship of a couple” can be attributed to the fact that Lovers for life are so synchronized with each other, thus unconsciously ending a tradition. The expressions of others will change the appearance of their faces over time.

Researchers believe that “one of the implications of the vascular emotion theory is that the habitual use of facial muscles will permanently affect the physical characteristics of the face.”

“This implication also shows that the facial features of two people who have lived together longer will become similar due to repeated empathy.”

Really??? Couples Start Looking More Alike Over Time? Mystery Solved
Really??? Couples Start Looking More Alike Over Time? Mystery Solved

Today, these ideas have been deeply ingrained in the psychological literature and daily culture. Some people think that this hypothetical phenomenon has been “scientifically proven.” But do you have one?

Research says

According to a new analysis by researchers at Stanford University, no, no.

“A careful study of the literature reveals that although the fusion hypothesis in appearance is one of the tenets of current psychology and has been widely disseminated through textbooks, books, and historical articles. A project led by Pin Pin Tea, a PhD student in electrical engineering The authors of the new study said: Makorn, in their article, there is no experimental support.

“[The 1987 experiment], despite being carefully designed, was based on a very small sample of 12 heterosexual couples. Furthermore, their results have never been repeated.”

In order to re-examine the so-called advantages of facial affinity, T- makorn and its co-author, computational psychologist Michal Kosinski, performed an iteration of the 1987 experiment, but the potential similarities are much greater, not to mention ability. . Technology of the 21st Century.

A 1987 study only examined photos of 12 couples after they got married and 25 years later, but this new study combined photos of 517 couples from public sources on the Internet, and compared photos between 20 and 69 years old shortly after marriage. Make a comparison. then. (All couples are white and heterosexual, and the researchers say they cannot obtain enough images of homosexual and non-white couples for meaningful analysis.)

Other Data

In addition, Tea-makorn and Kosinski not only have to compare human referees (153 people are recruiting online). But they also have a facial recognition algorithm called VGGFace2, which has previously been shown to be superior to humans in judging facial similarity.

Really??? Couples Start Looking More Alike Over Time? Mystery Solved
Really??? Couples Start Looking More Alike Over Time? Mystery Solved

In other words, perhaps this larger and more powerful experiment is the best opportunity to finally verify the hypothesis of physical convergence decades later.

Unfortunately, the researchers found no signs that the couple looked more and more similar over time, and they admitted that they were surprised by the results.

Tea-makorn said: “When we started this project, I firmly believed that we would easily find evidence of facial expression fusion”. “This is one of the theories that all college students learn in the same 101 lesson.”

Details

However, according to the similarity levels provided by human judges and the well-known VGGFace2, not only did the faces of couples. Become more similar over time, but also the human judges implied that the movement in the other direction was very slight (indicating that the faces of the couples It may actually become less). Similar, although the obvious difference is small).

However, although the research team had no evidence that the couple gradually liked each other, the results confirmed that people seemed to be choosing long-term partners similar to them, at least compared to other randomly selected faces.

“Consistent with previous research, we found evidence of homeopathy or trends.

The author wrote: “Based on previous research, we found evidence of symmetry, or the couple has a tendency to have similar faces.”

“The faces of the couple are similar, but they will not converge over time. This allows the appearance of the face to be in harmony with other characteristics (such as interest, personality, intelligence, attitude, values, and happiness) that show initial similarities , But will not converge over time.”

The results are reported in the scientific report.

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