It is said that becoming a mother is like a rebirth for a woman. I couldn’t agree more, since only after becoming a mother did I realise that I was capable of being more than I thought. I didn’t know I could multi-task, that I could have a heart that was more tender than before and a mind that would work better with all the distractions around me!

Now here I am, doing what I like to do best. Writing has always been my hobby and this blog is an extension of that part of me. This journey has lasted for more than a decade now and is undeniably a dear part of my existence.

I like to share my thoughts, personal experiences and tips on parenting, food, health, fitness, my creative side and lot more. I have also edited a book, write professionally for brands and have authored an ebook.

When not writing you can find me hobnobbing on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. Get in touch with me there?

You can also write to me at varsha.bagadia@gmail.com.

Hope you enjoy your stay here! 🙂


57 thoughts on “Aham

  1. Wow…now this was unexpected!! 😀 😀
    Thankiee…you liked the name??? Impulsive idea that 😉 😛
    Welcome here dearrr 🙂 🙂

        1. Oh well….I started out writing about my son. Of late I have drifted to different genres I never attemptes before. I really don’t know which areas I’m good at. Just by likes and comments I don’t think it is right to gauge my strengths.

          1. Writing is definitely what I like the most. As I mentioned this blog is to remind me of some lovely memories in my life. The friends I made…stories I wrote.etc

          2. That’s really good. Travel is slightly tricky for me right now since kids are small but we do take small vacations. Photography is limited to camera phone. ????????

    1. Sanskrit was my favourite subject in school, although a lot has been forgotten now. Aham came out naturally. ????
      Hope to see you around here and you enjoy your stay as well. Thank you! What name shall I call you by?

    1. Hi Arjun!

      I’m almost 3 years late in replying to your comment. I missed it. 🙁

      The story is simple, really. I loved Sanskrit in school and ‘About Me’ sounded too much in the face. Aham sounded both different and interesting. Hence the word. 🙂

    1. Thank you so much! Aham means ‘me’ in Sanskrit which was my favourite subject in school. Just keeping in touch with it in a small way. 🙂

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