'What's in a name' this may sound cool, but the name of a person definitely plays a significant role in how far a person reaches in his life. My grandmother used to tell me how she survived in this world because of her name. When her mother kept delivering babies which didn't survive more than… Continue reading ‘What’s in a name’
If you are not a great cook, then here's a good news, your kids won't be fussy/picky eaters. Here's why this is true in my case, back during my school days when my mom used to work as a school teacher she used to cook in a hurry and hence it never tasted great. But… Continue reading From the diaries of a homemaker: It takes a not so great cook to make the kids eat anything without being fussy.
It's always good to keep busy especially when you are a kind of person who is often invaded by guilt feelings. To me just doing the routine things leaves me incomplete and feeling less productive. Any middle aged women who is a homemaker, especially the one's who have had a good career in the past… Continue reading From the diaries of a homemaker: Keeping busy
Yes, we are deep. We think too much and its in our DNA. We get twisted in our own thoughts. As we are also blessed biologically, the menstrual cycle not only brings about hormonal changes in us, it also brings out a lot of emotions within us. We are the emotional sect and that makes… Continue reading Women it’s about us
Indian society is always evolving, though there is a good amount of adaptation from the western culture, we still have our roots firmly stuck into our culture & traditions. Marriage is one event which stands as a classic example in this context. The bride & groom belonging to different caste or religion get married, so… Continue reading Being Progressive in a traditionalist society
Its been a while for me to come up with some new post in my blog, sorry about that... We now have a new member in our family. He is our 'JOY' (a golden retriever pup). Bringing 'Joy' into our lives is like lockdown period put to best use. So these days our routine life… Continue reading My Life Right Now is Filled With JOY 🙂
The nationwide lock down has been extended for the third time until May 17th. The largest democracy has been locked down since March 18th. A country whose population is majorly dependent on agriculture, is having its toughest time. This is the most challenging time for the Government in the Indian history of politics. Our honorable… Continue reading Locking down the largest democracy – India
Though each one of us be it friends or be it family keep motivating each other, so that we sail through this lock down period, it gets tougher to move through each night. The nights have become longer due to no sleep. Since everyone is indoors, there is no need for morning rush which obviously… Continue reading Lockdown blues..
It's been almost 34 days of lock down in India now and we have gotten used to living indoors. For us women its trying different recipe's and entertaining the family by bringing variety to food. Just completing the daily chores of cooking, cleaning and washing takes away half of our day. Everywhere there are talks… Continue reading # Corona Diaries – A Balanced Life is a key lesson during this Lockdown
Yes, our Prime Minister announced a 21 day lock down period on 25th March 2020 to stop the spread of Corona and break the chain. So until 14th April apart from the essential services, Malls, Supermarkets, Offices, Schools, & Colleges will remain closed. In our apartment which is a large one, we have restricted entry… Continue reading India Goes on 21 days Lockdown – Corona continues to threaten the world