I am a stay at home Mom of 2.5 year old twin fraternal daughters, living in Poland currently with my husband and kids. I am very passionate about painting and traveling. I am a level more than a bathroom singer and a sustainable cook. Writing happened to me in Sept 2017 while coping up my father's' demise. It gives me peace and contention when I pour my heart out in my articles. Though I am an extrovert still believe in vibe game strongly and have no scope for duality in life. My dream is to get time to read books again.
A poetic expression of the current situation we are living in, and the hope and belief every night that the pandemic ends soon.
Donning the cap of a carefree lass, spreading the cheer, I followed my heart and listened to my younger-self, between the wife, mom, and me, I chose myself.
Milind Soman speaks with almost brutal honesty in his book Made in India, co-authored by Roopa Pai, about his life from his 'Marathi mulga' origins to what he is now.
This mom writes a beautiful letter to her 2.5 year old twin girls starting school, filled with empowering insights that will be a guiding star to the little ones as they grow up into fine, confident women.
A daughter recounts (in the 3rd person) her experience of leaving behind her parents - an ill father - to go overseas with her husband, and the pain she still carries within as it was the last goodbye.
I have often seen new parents complaining about their lives after entering parenthood. But do you really think love vanishes once you join the parenting club?
Losing someone we hold very dear to our hearts can be very tough. Letting go of someone mentally - can be like climbing the Everest all in itself.
Looking to create beautiful memories with your children? Check out these beautiful keepsake ideas for your kids.
Papa, it has been 10 years, I am a part of 'our' family but I never openly expressed my love and gratitude for you and as its Father’s day, I felt no other occasion could be more apt to share my feelings.
Yeah, you heard it right. This is all I want this Mother's Day; a day off from round-the-clock motherhood duties, a break from this programmed life.
Being dark skinned, brown skinned, wheatish, etc. are considered the biggest negative in an Indian woman. This was all nonsense, as I discovered for myself.
Amidst all our outrage about the recent crimes against women and girls, is it time to look inward and see what our individual contribution against misogyny is?
It is important that we teach our kids what to do in emergency situations. Kids are smarter that we think, and some effort on parents' part can even save a life.
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