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Sagarika Sahoo

Sagarika Sahoo has done MBA and M.Com and pursued her career as a lecturer. She had short term experience in IT companies as a finance professional as well. She is now a full-time mother of two adorable children and invests her time in writing blogs, quotes, poems, captions in various platforms. Writing is a passion for her.

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Going From A Curvy Figure To A Mom-Bod, My Journey Taught Me A Lot!

'You have a magical body that's how you delivered a healthy baby. Your curvy figure wasn't your identity, it only showed your efforts!'

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Just ‘Cos She Is Married Doesn’t Mean She Should Let Go Of Her Dreams!

Instead of bombarding a newly-married woman with too many roles, give her space to explore her new world while following her own dreams!

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Whether You Earn Or Not Has Nothing To Do With You Being An Independent Homemaker

If you think, stay-at-home mothers or even home-makers aren't independent, let me tell you why they are incredibly independent!

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It’s Time We Stopped Judging Women For Living Their Lives The Way They Want!

From the moment they are born to the moment they die, women constantly face judgements, no matter what. It's time we stopped the judgements!

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Blessed With A Girl Child? “Start Saving The Gold Now!”

When 'well-wishers' insist that parents of a girl should start buying gold right away, they are actually calling your daughter a liability. 

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Stages Of Mother-hoo

A mother takes us through different stages of motherhood, each of which comes with a different set of challenges.

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My Identity As A Homemaker

Does a woman lose her identity when she becomes a homemaker? Learn from a mother who pursued her hobbies to formulate her own identity.

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