8 Proven Ways To Manage Anxiety And Mood Swings

Before I jump into details, let me tell you this. All the eight practical tips I have mentioned below are tried and tested in my own life. I'm wired in a complex manner that keeps me in an adrenalin rush for most part of the day. Palpitation is my middle name and Stress - I... Continue Reading →


Snippet #20 Seasonal Impressions

October. The month that inaugurates an extravaganza of festivals until the new year kicks in. I couldn't help but travel back to my teen epoch to reminisce how my favourite festival engraved its fingerprint on my life. When I was a kid, Diwali was the festival, my brother L and I always looked forward to.... Continue Reading →

Snippet #10 Chaos, Come Back Home!

My bundle of joy is violently silent since morning. He behaves like a stark antithesis of the baby D I am familiar with. ◎◎◎◎◎ I switched off the TV - he silently crawled towards his toys without displaying any signs of frustration. No hysterical cries or sighs. Nothing. ◎◎◎◎◎ After a series of commendable efforts,... Continue Reading →

Snippet #9 The Silent Rescuer

2:10 AM: Baby D crawls in a disturbingly overactive manner. My eyelids droop and eyes wane like an unattractive moon. The yellow light begins to blur, the white noise from fan fades into a mysterious whirlpool of silence. 2:16 AM: I startle back to consciousness after an intensely alarming squeak from baby D, who now... Continue Reading →

Snippet #8 Peer Pressure Or What?

Me: Say Amma... Ammm..mmmaa.. say say? Baby D: (after fixing his eyes into the deepest corners of my inner mouth, utters) Aah..nga! Anghaa!! Me: Almost there. Say Amma.. Baby D: (with a giggling face) Anghaaaa!! Me: No, honey. Amma!!! Say Amma!!!! I raise my voice. Baby D frantically moves a bit away from me and... Continue Reading →

Microblog Mondays – I Lull For Two Reasons

If you are reading this post, I bet my billion bucks you do not know me personally. Ask my acquaintances about my traits and they are sure to list atleast a couple of these: "She walks fast" (some say 'funny') "She is short" (some add 'stout', thanks to my ever-increasing postpartum weight) "Her wedding -... Continue Reading →

Forget Algebra Sessions. I’M GOING TO TEACH MY CHILD THIS..!

A big thank you for stopping by. I would like to share something that's been bothering me for quite a long time. Baby D is going to be an year old next month and Dr.H and I have been giving him the best of everything we could offer - best clothes, branded toys, invaluable time... Continue Reading →

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