I am a mom who works from home and dabbles with writing when time permits.An avid reader since childhood, blogging and writing helps me de-stress.My five year old keeps me on my toes the whole day and now, multi taking seems to be a quality that i can enlist in my resume in bold letters.Reading the newspaper frustrates me and makes me want to scream.Knowing that there are several disturbing incidents happening all over the nation that i have no control over, I chose to start my first blog to express my thoughts https://anjalipaulblog.wordpress.com/.Its pure bliss to watch my son grow, which seems to be happening a tad too fast.Motherhood has helped me unfold several facets in my personality, mostly good ;) , which I hope to share with all of you through this blog.
Whenever we hear any sound like that of hitting and shouting from their house, one of us will ring the doorbell and ask something. It can be anything, like what is the time? Or is water coming?
In a country that has a majority of meat eaters, it’s high time we stop policing food choices and stop perpetuating food stereotypes. Especially if they are gender based, like "women are usually vegetarian".
My dad has taken to the kitchen after his retirement, something that surprised me initially as unlike that I've seen in any men, but I love these winds of change!
A boorish hotel receptionist wouldn't give us a room even though we were travelling with our child, just because our IDs did not show the same last names.
The recent Sabarimala verdict allowing women to enter Sabarimala is being strongly protested by many women! Anjali Paul examines why women have such a problem with a tradition being changed.
A stay at home mom can lose herself in the daily rush of being a new mom, and end up with SAHM depression. But a friend here tells momma what she can do that'll help.
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