I can substantiate with some authority that after being married for 15 years predicting your spouses’ moves, moods even words is a cakewalk. A has a Sales profile and has been working from home for the last 15 months with just a couple of flying visits to work. During this time I’ve seen him negotiate… Read More Kick that FOMO!
Physical activities for kids are as important as eating right and studying. Today’s generation is exposed to umpteen gadgets that heavily contribute to limiting their outdoor time. Added to that, the overload of junk food often leads to childhood obesity issues. It hence becomes important that as parents we inculcate in them the right balanced… Read More Physical activities for kids for promoting right growth
Hey dear readers! I’ve participated in the #TBRChallenge with Blogchatter and set a goal of reading 20 books in 2021. (Although I think I can certainly do more!) Glad that #BookChatter, as always, is making sure that I add some good titles to my list. Today I’m reviewing Excess Baggage by Richa S. Mukherjee, a… Read More Book Review : Excess Baggage #BookChatter
“Are you a feminist?” a friend asked me when I was in college. I didn’t know what it meant back then and am not exactly certain even now. However, I candidly answered that I believe in women standing up for them and owning their identity. Any other definition of feminism is perhaps agenda-driven. Since then… Read More Are you teaching gender-based trust or distrust? #CauseAChatter
We’re assuming the role of our kids’ friends, teachers, playmates and even their punching bag everyday! We adults are justifiably going through turmoil emotionally but our kids have the short end of the stick. They’re holed up at home, bubbling with energy and confused with our jumbled instructions. How can we make them emotionally happy?… Read More 4 things I do to ensure my child is emotionally happy