Smita

Smita has found a lot of self awareness and peace this decade and is revelling in her thirties. A proud mother of two lovely girls and a proud wife to a man who believes in feminism as much as she does. She is an alumnus from the Tata Institute of Social Sciences and a Human Resources professional with over twelve years of experience in the field. Her most effective decision making tool is a question: “Is this something I want my daughters to emulate?”

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What It Is Like To Live With A Marathon Obsessed Husband

A wife writes about what it is to live with a marathon running husband - hilariously. We only hope her husband reads it.

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Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow: Making Peace With Female Pattern Baldness

What does it feel like when female pattern baldness sets in early, especially since long, glossy hair is defined as the crowning glory of the Indian woman?

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Being a role model for daughters
A Story For My Girls

Being a role model for your daughters isn't easy, but it's worth it, says this working mother

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It's a girl
Two Daughters: Yes, You Heard Me Right The First Time!

An Indian mom feels blessed about having two daughters.But she wonders when society will stop viewing girl children as a burden.

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