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Navigating the Parenting Labyrinth #Guestpost by Pranitha

Hello friends! Owing to bad health and then shifting homes I’ve reluctantly been away from my blog for quite some time. Although the guestpost for this month has been delayed by three days I’m happy to have an old blogger friend here who I haven’t met but seem to have a deep connection with. She …

Blogging, Friends, Friendship, Just rambling, Me, Mumbai, Relationships, Such is life, Thoughts and musings, Whines and whispers, Writing

Is being a good listener always a virtue? #SuperBloggerChallenge2018

There are people who promise to be there for others, and then there are people who actually are. If you’re someone who makes your presence felt in someone’s life even before they say the word, you’re admittedly the best. It really doesn’t take a lot to be good to others. We all need a friend/partner/confidante …

Blogging, Fiction, Funny life, General, Humour, India, Just rambling, Kids, Writing Prompts

The Revenge #FridayFotoFiction

Camouflage face paint, hearts beating furiously and a resolve of acting out their sinister plan, they crouched behind the grill near the door. Revenge is a dish best served cold. She wouldn’t know what hit her! Inside, the lady regaled her bored maid about the ‘thieves’ she reported to the cops. Her alertness had helped …

Blogging, Motivation, Non-fiction, Sharing views, Thoughts and musings, Writing

7 Blogging tips for 2019 Challengers #SuperBloggerChallenge 2018

Blogging is one of the best things that happened to me. It has given me wings and encouraged me to take flight. It has helped create an audience and infused some much-needed confidence in a closet writer like me. The blogosphere has a vast pool of knowledge we can all benefit from and has a …

Blogging, Fiction, Funny life, Just rambling, Social Media, Writing, Writing Prompts

Vacation and detox #FridayFotoFiction

Finding a secluded corner in the buzzing restaurant at lunchtime was a nightmare. Meera’s irresistible charm did the trick though. As she quietly settled with her paraphernalia at the ocean view table, her mind was already at work. ‘This must be quick’, she reflected, as she longingly ran her fingers over the treasured embroidered package. …