Covid-19 has caused havoc in everyone’s lives. There are many heartbreaking accounts online that leave you anxious. I have searched for covid-19 recovery stories that inspire and motivate but there aren’t many. The news channels and newspapers highlight the misery and loss which is part of their job but often the recovery stories go untold. … Continue reading How To Think Positive When You Test Positive!
"Men marry women with the hope they will never change. Women marry men with the hope they will change. Invariably they are both disappointed."Albert Einstein If understanding women is complicated then let me tell you, understanding men leaves you confused. They handle pretty complicated things at work but it baffles me how simple things are… Continue reading Decoding Husbands
I dread winters. This post was written in winters but like a big grizzly bear I was hibernate and missed posting it on my blog. It's still relevant so read up- Best part of winters this pandemic is that I am glad kids will be home this season which means no getting up early mornings… Continue reading Winter is coming!
I love my kids but I dread Birthdays. The sound of that event makes me tired. There have been birthdays which seemed tougher than actually going through child birth. Before you judge me and think I am heartless, let me declare… I love my kids a lot! I do not enjoy throwing or attending kids… Continue reading I hate Kids Birthday Parties
Good Moms have messy kitchens, laundry piles, dirty ovens and happy kids!" A random quote from google which makes absolutely no sense to me. Which mom likes a mess? Moms are fighting daily mess everyday. If you can’t see it? It means, Moms successfully covered it up! Let me narrate a few Messy Mom life… Continue reading Messy Mom Life!
Women are often made to feel guilty for wanting more in life. The expectations from her are endless but there is a disclaimer on her dreams. How often have you heard “Sab kuch toh hai so why are you still not happy”? If you feel this way then read on. Wanting more in life is… Continue reading Moms and their frustrations!
You realise how little you know and observe when your child starts asking you questions. A child asks about 40,000 questions between the age of 2 to 5. By the age of 11, most children stop asking questions. Research done by Harvard Child Psychologist Paul Harris. My four year old loves to ask Why? His… Continue reading My Child Please ask Why?
As a young mom, I was always expected to finish what my kids left on their plate. It was backed by the thought that the food should not be wasted. Why are the cold, unappetizing leftovers reserved only for the mamas? Why the other family members who love the child not expected to eat them?… Continue reading Why Moms have to eat their kid’s leftovers
Your normal might be a privilege for someone else. Your independence might be a dream for many. Your struggle can be inspiration for others and your choice can spark a change. This Women's Day -I Choose to Challenge!To see a change in our world we have to begin with ourselves, our homes and our daily… Continue reading Choose To Challenge and Choose to Change
When you become a parent you re-learn anatomy through your kids. You understand that your 'Tiny Humans' have a mind of their own and capable of surprising you when you least expect it. You discover that there is always space in your child's tummy for French Fries and chocolates but the humble eggplant requires some negotiation.… Continue reading Anatomy of Kids