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Aspiring To Be A Perfectionist Working Mom, Taught Me Many Lessons
Aspiring To Be A Perfectionist Working Mom, Taught Me Many Lessons

As my baby was a light sleeper, it was vital to ensure an atmosphere of pin-drop silence during her nap time and that’s when my work demanded to be at the top of my voice to get things done!

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When My Daughter Was Born After 10 Yrs, I Realised That The Affirmations Had Worked For Me

After repeated failures, one of my doctors told me that my husband and I were amongst 22% of the couples who experienced unexplained infertility. So the only solution was to keep trying.

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A Day Without The Internet? As A WFH Mom And Freelancer, It Was A Disaster!

Being so used to 24*7 WiFi connectivity, I felt lost. It was a strange feeling like I was marooned on an island. Completely isolated and cut off from the world.

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Feeding Solid Food To A Toddler Is A Repetitive Cycle of Joy And Despair!
Feeding Solid Food To A Child Is A Repetitive Cycle of Joy And Despair!

As breastmilk is the major source of nutrition in the first year of a baby's life, it didn't bother much when she rejected solids in that timeframe. Post first birthday, when solids became the primary food, I was meticulous about the fact that she isn't deprived of any nutrients.

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Parenting Is Like Entrepreneurship, You Need Leadership Skill On Your Resume
Parenting Is Like Entrepreneurship, You Need Leadership Skill On Your Resume

When Supriya started out, she assumed it would be a smooth ride and that is why she accepted that position. She thought she could steer the organization towards excellence, always be ahead, plan 6 months ahead, invest in critical thinking skills and focus on product innovation to stay ahead of market.

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We Need Genuine Connections In Our Lives That Nourish Us, Not Just ‘Contacts’

Relationships are now just confined to emojis. Also, I find it very strange that people at workplace are your besties, until you change office. After that you are just a contact. And I find these relationships so empty.

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