Snippet #45 Mum-Talk

Last week, while taking a stroll across the park, I stumbled upon a mother of three. This sensibly dressed lady being a complete stranger, I warned myself not to discuss anything personal but safely stick around exchanging names and other formal stuff. However, fate had other plans. Four birthing stories, three confessions, two cups of... Continue Reading →

STAR RENDEZVOUS With Navya Abraham

Hola, fellas. I am delighted to introduce the guest of today's STAR RENDEZVOUS - Navya Abraham. She is an adorable mom blogger who shares her everyday experience with baby A in the form of snaps and stories in Instagram (@alitlebitofme). When she is not mommying around her little girl, you will find her organizing fairy-tale... Continue Reading →

8 Life Lessons Learnt From The Inspirational Women In My Life

Mom: "Be grateful for what you already have in life. A harvest of peace is produced from a seed of contentment." Grandma: On parenting "Children must be taught how to think, not what to think." On cooking "The secret recipe is not Nothing. It's Love. By love, I mean varutharacha thenga curry with an ounce... Continue Reading →

5 Simple Tips To Become A Better Homemaker

The most unceremoniously underrated position in the world is the role of a housewife. The chores we undertake are plainly boring, monotonous and never-ending, therefore our lives are deemed mundane (sometimes by others, most often by ourselves) which only intensifies our phlegmatic attitude on the tasks to be taken charge of. Yes, I cannot deny... Continue Reading →

Celebrate this Independence Day for a BIGGER reason

A child's first phase of education inaugurates at home. I'm no exception. Pre-equipped with the needed dose of knowledge in alphabets and numbers, surviving the kindergarten days was a cake-walk for me. Besides, our teachers weren't so demanding like the ones these days. They accepted us for who we were and never pressurized... FOLLOW divya... Continue Reading →

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