Kids, Kitchen calling, Lifestyle, Memorable Moments, Mothers, Parenting, School Time, Women, Yummy yum

Fusion Food Recipes for inveterate Foodies :-)

Out of the many things I love about Indians, one is our ability to welcome and inculcate different cultures within our setting and colouring them with our ‘Indianness’. As we move a hundred kms, along with the landscape we can see an amazing difference in the language, dressing, culture and food of people of the …

Blog friends, Blogging, Festive season, Funny life, Guestpost, Humour, Women, Writing

Tales of a Teetotaller #Guestpost by Mayuri Nidigallu

Amongst the many new things I’ve planned for my blog this year, one is to invite guest posts from some wonderful bloggers I’ve had the good fortune of knowing over the last few years. On the 15th of every month I’m going to hand over the reins of my blog to someone whose imagination is …

Blog friends, Blogging, Down the memory lane, Motivation, Mumbai, Non-fiction, People, Sharing views, Such is life, Thoughts and musings, Writing

A Hi, and a little more :-) International Blog Delurking Week 2018

While I’m excited about shifting to my own home, the one thing that truly overwhelms me is informing a whole bunch of people (banks, telephone bills, magazine subscriptions, etc) of my change of address. Despite keeping them updated with all necessary details there’s always that tinge of doubt about any possible effect on the continuity …

India, Kids, Mothers, Motivation, Parenting, Relationships, Women

My permanent profession ~ Motherhood #MondayMommyMoments

We like it when things are laid threadbare to us, are simple to understand and most of all, don’t challenge the thoughts and beliefs we’ve grown up with. Introducing even a slight twist in this arrangement can sometimes rattle us. Since forever we’ve been fed the notion that mothers have to be sacrificial lambs by …

India, Kids, Lifestyle, Mumbai, Parenting, Reviews, Sharing views

How to choose a safe mosquito killer for your family

Out of the many things that amused me as a new bride, the evening ritual of securing our home from mosquitoes by lighting a total of three mosquito coils in different corners of our huge living room was the strangest. While everyone else in our family was accustomed to them, almost everyday I broke into …