Teddy Changing Mat: My Favorite Helper

I generally prefer to keep Soumya in cloth nappies all day. Sometimes, it is irritating having to change them almost every 10 mins, but I still feel that they are better than diapers. Not wearing diapers means there are chances that your bed may also get wet. I generally put a plastic dry sheet before […]

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A Mom who makes miniature food

Who doesn’t love tiny food. Meet this Engineer turned Jewelry Maker mom, who also makes miniature food items. Do check out about her journey and her beautiful art work. Meet Niranjana Shankar, the entrepreneur behind Ni’s collection, based out of Chennai. 1. How do you manage work life balance. I do not have dedicated work hours. […]

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Celebrating Senior Citizens

August 21, is World Senior Citizens day. While we may be been busy in our lives, we have conveniently forgotten the senior citizens, who raised us and made us capable to this extent. It is important that we spare atleast a day in our life in respecting them or remembering them. I am not saying […]

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Our First Raksha Bandhan

So as today is the day of the siblings, I will let Suraj and Soumya take over the post. Suraj says…aaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh…….. (thats how he greets everyone like a tarzan) Hello Everyone, I am Suraj Sandeep. Today is Raksha Bandhan. I don’t know why my Amma is making so much fuss about it. Oh yes, because […]

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A Kashmiri Pandit speaks

So this Independence Day, we have Saksshi Mattoo, a Displaced Kashmiri Pandit in Exile, Entrepreneur, Writer, Blogger and an Activist and most importantly a mom. She has been actively involved in the India 4 Kashmir, a Pan – India movement by the Kashmiri Pandits to reclaim their lost ground and rehabilitate India in Kashmir with […]

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Independence Day, what it means to me

Today being the Independence day of our country, I am sure everyone’s timelines are filled with patriotic post about the country being independent and the Indian History. But the Country is made of its citizens and are the citizens really independent, that is what really matters today. While, many of us are enjoying today as […]

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Loss of a true leader

I have this bad habit of checking my phone first thing in the morning. Unfortunately today also I did the same and the first news I found out about Sushmaji’s demise. I silently cried for a moment as if I lost a dear one. She was one of the few leaders whom I admired for […]

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A 72 year old mistake rectified

I had first heard and understood a bit about the Kashmir issue, when I was in school. I understood the gravity of the Kashmir situation only when I opened the bare act during my law college days. I was in my first year, first semester and opened the Bare Act for the First Act. This […]

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Decorating your homes

So today we will be interacting with Sonam Jhavar, from Sonam Jhavar Design, who is an Interior Designer and has her own firm at Marine Lines, Mumbai. For how long you been operating your own store/brand ? I have been a part of this industry since 6 years and it’s been 2 years for my […]

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When two broke girls set friendship goals

So off late, I have been binge watching 2 Broke Girls on Amazon Prime. I remember watching a couple of episodes of this series, when it had released in 2010, but then due to some reason I stopped watching it. Recently, when I was really bored, I decided to start watching it once again and […]

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A Mommy who takes care of your skin

Taking care of the skin has a practice, that we followed for centuries. Earlier, women used whatever nature provided us with. Subsequently, we started using what Industries provided us with. Now, We are back to using what nature is providing us by using organic products. Meet Mansi Mehta, a mom, who started this brand after […]

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