#CelebrateingtheRainbow at the workplace – share your stories of Pride!
Aside from being an educationist teaching at the university level for the last 28 years, I have been a corporate wife and a mother to two boys who have now flown the nest. I love cooking, singing, travelling and exploring new places. In the last two years, I have taken to blogging and writing short stories and articles on women and the journeys of their lives. Each story, I feel can be an inspiration and aspiration for other women facing similar situations.
I am currently in the process of coming out with my first book
Once a woman starts working, how easy is it for her to move forward to progress in her work life? Does she get the same set of opportunities and facilities to move ahead as men, or are there barriers to progress?
What will happen when they start living with each other? Once the blinkers are off, reality sets in, and life starts happening?
For centuries, women and their accomplishments have been buried in the pages of history and forgotten. Women who are an integral part of who we are, have been forgotten in the history pages.
We can follow traditions but also have the freedom to question & modify them with changing times. When ads do this, we should encourage it. It's a sign of progress, of our coming of age!
Traditions and age-old customs give a unique identity to each culture and should be preserved. But when they are insensitive and impractical, shouldn't we do away or at least change them?
In times of adversity, women fare a great deal better than men. Why are we more capable of dealing with what life throws at us than men?
What lessons can women learn from the Netflix show, 'Bombay Begums' to break stereotypes and bring about change in this Man's world?
When a boy begins to see himself as an adult, it’s likely that he will have clashes with his father. It ultimately falls on the woman in between to sort the differences.
People in every generation strive to be better than the previous one. Where is the current generation and how do we look at it?
There is a lot of power in 'girl power', so why not make use of it? Let's celebrate the sisterhoods we have in different places, and own our power.
"That first moment when a father holds his daughter in his arms, a little gingerly, a little carefully and feels his heart melt and filled up with love and tenderness. The memory of that moment remains with him forever."
What I ask from life today is entirely different from what I wanted maybe five, ten or twenty years ago.
Friends are part and parcel of our lives, but do we ever dig deeper about our friendships or wonder about them.
The empty nest syndrome is supposed to be a feeling of grief and loneliness, which parents feel at such times. But is that so? Should it be so? An empty nester as the meaning goes is a parent whose children are grown up and have left home. I don’t think so. As I understand, life […]
Today if I were to meet my younger self, how would I feel? What would I say to her? Rather, would I have something to say to her?
A recent article that I came across on this subject made me pause and think and reflect upon my feelings on this clichéd subject.
Thanks to Bollywood, most of us are some kind of romantics. So, breakup hurts us, despite toxicity. Here's why I think some ends are good.
With the whole country under lockdown, the women in the family are under immense pressure to do everything around. It's time men help with household chores.
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