Scene one – Me whispering in my daughter’s ears ” Chitrangada get up beta you have your online class in some time.” Scene two – I am worried about her breakfast because she can’t be staying empty stomach till the class isn’t over. Scene three – I am cursing my hubby for not realising that … More The calmness in my chaos.
Much before the country went into lockdown, I had decided to bid my maid adieu. Cronavirus had started spreading its wings in our country and I have two kids so I could not be less worried about their immunity. In fact not just I and my family but my maid and her family also deserves … More A stress free household!
Yes, you heard it right. That is my love for you I can not stop thinking about you. This nationwide lockdown has given the whole country a plentiful time to spend with their loved ones and everyone is enjoying it but not me because my heart lies outside my family. There is someone else whom … More While Staring At A Sink Full Of Dirty Dishes, I Closed My Eyes And Thought About You My LOVE!
It has been almost two weeks of quarantine that we have imposed on ourselves (aur kya karte jab schools band ho gaye plus this is the only wise thing which we can do right now). Every time I browse Instagram I see stories and posts of mommies doing so many DIY activities with kids i.e.; … More Humara quarantine tumhare quarantine se alag kaise?
Couple of days back there was a post shared by Chhavi Mittal Hussein on Instagram where she was seemingly trying to motivate everyone to stay fit. Although her motive behind the post may be very noble and clear, her post didn’t go very well with many people, including myself. For uninitiated Chhavi Mittal Hussein is … More When Chhavi Mittal Hussein’s Trying To Motivate Post Became A Tad Too De-motivating!!
A great American paediatrician Robert S Mendelsohn had once written in one of his books “Mother’s milk, time-tested for millions of years, is the best nutrient for babies because it is nature’s perfect food.” We all are aware of this fact and acknowledge it too but what we are not aware of and what we … More These 4 tips helped me in my breastfeeding journey
I had left my job in 2012 but never stopped working. Right from the next day of getting relieved from my job I have been working freelance. I have worked as a visiting faculty, English language content creator (for different organizations), guest writer for many websites. To read the complete article, click on the link … More My Work from Home Story!!
When my daughter was born in 2013, I think I became a bit possessive about her. I was so restless when she was out of my sight. Whenever she went out with her grandparents that restless feeling didn’t leave me. It was heartening to see her enjoy with them but a part of me was … More How having a second baby made me calmer..
I am RESPONSIBLE for what I do with my life.. I strongly believe in “We have but one life” and I don’t want it to be a collection of “what ifs” and “but ifs”, at least not because of the decisions that others have taken or take for me.. I want to be totally responsible … More I am RESPONSIBLE
I can truly relate with this saying. “A women is like a tea bag – you never know how strong she is until she gets in hot water.” When my mom was detected with Acute Myeloid Leukaemia it’s needless to say that I was devastated but that wouldn’t have helped so after a day of … More Women Power!!