Prerna Wahi worked in the corporate world for 7 years. In the past few years, she has been a stay-at-home mom. She has been enjoying the new role ever since and likes to write about her personal experiences. Her write-ups are inspired by the two men in her life- one she calls her strength (husband) and the other her weakness (son).
An intensely personal and honest account of why she keeps the karvachauth fast despite no pressure to do so, Prerna Wahi's words make you believe in the romance of it all.
A mother's advice on how financial planning is important, especially because of the changing trends and patterns of festival spending.
As every mother will agree, every one of us choses what works best for us, and no one outside ourselves has any business judging us. This holds even more true for millennial moms...
So mine is a blend of Romantic, Mr. Responsible and Hands on Dad. Which category or categories does your husband fall in?
Is the 'diversity drive' in corporates truly being taken in the spirit to increase women's inclusion, or is it only limited to slogans and getting the prescribed numbers right?
Mutual respect despite a difference in cultures marks this lovely relationship, which thrives despite the (hilarious) hiccups along the way!
As a parent, you keep on learning something new every day. Here are three lessons this parent learnt about letting her son grow and explore his fullest potential.
I'm a Punjabi, married to a Tamilian, and have a whole lot of hilarious stories to narrate on the cocktail of 2 very different cultures. Though the tales have been told here with a good dose of melodrama!
This letter from a parent to a son shares some of the most important life lessons every child needs.
The author pens a poem which is not just about her sibling but all those who mean as much to her – her cousins, friends like family and of course siblings in law!
"There are things, situations, reactions which if it had been different could have led to different outcomes. If you had a chance to go back to your younger self, is there any advice you have?"
As a movie buff, Bollywood holds a special place in my heart. Despite the criticism that Hindi movies are over the top, or divorced from reality, here are a few life lessons I learnt from them.
Mothers can be funny people. No, I'm serious! Something happens when a woman becomes a mom, and say or do funny things.
Does the idea of learning management lessons at home seem unusual or even weird? Prerna Wahi finds that these 5 effective management lessons work equally at home and at work!
Being a mom every day is not easy. There are days when I wish I could go back to my carefree life and not have someone fully dependent on me all the time.
Staying hands-on in their kids' and grand-kids' lives without being interfering can be a wonderful thing for the elders in the family, letting them live full, joyous lives.
Sanju has been a much awaited movie, dealing as it does with Sanjay Dutt who has for long been controversy’s child. Here's an interesting point of view about the movie.
Young kids. What must be going on behind those innocent yet mischief filled eyes? What would a toddler's world be like? Here's a personal account.
With their innocence and simplicity, children teach us a lot. Read on to know how this mother learnt five important lessons from her five year old.
Relationships of any kind can thrive if there is mutual love and trust and a willingness to work on them. Especially in a long distance one, living apart together.
Bearing the loss of loved ones is difficult for all of us. It probably is even tougher for a toddler who cannot express himself completely with words.
Babies reach various development milestones at different rates, so there is no reason to worry unless they are ill or unwell for some reason.
Moving to a new city with a kid who might find the move difficult or stressful? Here are 7 handy tips for you to mull over and act upon.
It was as if she were his property to be treated as he fancied. She left without saying another word to her husband of one night.
To have a second child or not should be completely the couple's personal decision, as it should be with having a child in the first place!
Is this why when my friends were checking out the college stud, I was looking at his girlfriend in the short mini? Is this why no matter how many boys I met who showed interest in me, I could not care less?
Any parent would agree that, right from when they are expecting a child to when the child is old enough to express its needs, they need all the help they can get.
I sometimes wonder if soulmates exist. I personally think they do, as I could call my husband my soulmate, one who understands me and vice versa.
The traditional institution of marriage has changed as people become more aware of equality between spouses and the unfairness of old practices.
Fathers are not usually the parent who is available to a child, and they parent only at their own convenience, if they parent at all. Part-time parents?
Is it any use restricting gadget use for kids who have cut their teeth on them? How much is too much technology for kids?
As a Delhiite, a move from Delhi to Chennai meant that we had to work hard to let go of our earlier way of life, even though my husband was a Tamilian!
Indian society being so obsessed with 'reproduction' in a marriage, we often have to deal with funny things people say to pregnant women!
Some things people say to new moms are absolutely crazy - what kind of an answer do you really think one is supposed to give to these?
Quitting a career to be home with my child is one of the best decisions I have taken, and here's why I do not regret it one bit!
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