Snehal is a freelance writer and poet based in London with her husband and two young children. Her writing primarily reflects her motherhood journey, memories of her own childhood and the essence of everyday moments. Her debut poetry collection Pause, inspired by the Covid 19 pandemic, has been recently published. She is a Young Onset Parkinson’s Disease warrior and creates awareness of the condition through her writing. She also reviews books authored by writers of South Asian heritage on her blog Desi Lekh.

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Snacks Cupboard Is A Place Where I Store My Comfort
Snacks Cupboard Is A Place Where I Store My Comfort

Every time I set up my kitchen, the first cupboard that I allocate is that for snacks. Of course, for it to be selected as the coveted snacks cupboard, it has to meet certain criteria!

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My Child Is A Fussy Eater And It Is Okay!

Why is there this constant need to prove that if a child is of a certain weight and height, only then is he/she the epitome of normalcy? Let us change this narrative.

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Maiden Name
What’s In A Name — She is Keeping Her Maiden Name After Marriage

Her maiden name was her identity. It gave her a sense of belonging. She was born into a family which she loved and cherished, and to bear the name of that family was certainly a privilege.

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Dear Parkinson’s, Here’s A Surprising Thank You Note For You

Parkinson's disease is not easy to live with, but it also taught this author the value of her own self. Here's what she wants to thank Parkinson's for...

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