Celebrating Women’s Day With Our Real Moms

We are celebrating Women’s Day with real moms. They make dull days brighter and boring days more entertaining. We have put together the best snippets and talks from our conversations under #RealMomsSeries which happened over a couple of years. Listen to what they’re saying. Some of them are stay-at-home-moms who’ve embarked on the journey of self-exploration while others are mompreneurs who have believed in their idea. With newborns, toddlers or 18-year-olds. There’s one thing in common. They are raising a child, two or three. They’ve have faced challenges. They’re as real as they can get.

Listen to each one of them.

So, who is this one woman figure in your life you draw your inspiration from?: Your mom, step-mom, daughter, beloved neighbor, aunt, grandma, a family friend? Share with us in the comments section!

Meghalee Nath and Arwa Turra
Niyati Sharma and Surbhi Prapanna
Ekta Chawla and Ghazala Yasmin
Prisha Lalwani and Shalu Sharma
Sonali Tandon and Upasana Luthra
Saakshi Kapoor and Usri Sen
Meenakshi Singh and Nayana Chowdhury
Jhilmil Bhansali and Charu Sareen
Swati Gupta and Kavita Singh
Palak Jain and Lloyd Robin

Got a story to tell? Are you a superjuggler mom? Do you have a battle story to share? Muster your courage and read about these ‘Real Moms’. Get motivated to share your own story with us. Write at [email protected]

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12 thoughts on “Celebrating Women’s Day With Our Real Moms”

  1. Each and every mother featured here and everywhere else in the world is a hustler and a winner. Kudos to all the moms for being the strength and pillar for their families and ventures.

  2. This is such a wonderful idea of celebrating women’s day with so many incredible mothers. There is always something new to learn from someone’s advices and stories. I am so glad to see so many known faces here.

  3. Very informative post by all the mothers.its a plus point in this tech era that i am able to learn from wonderful mom’s.thanks for this post.itvwas much needed for me .

  4. I feel so happy and proud to be a part of this series. thank you so much Vaishali for making me a part of it. it is indeed a special feature and close to my heart.

  5. Every mother has her own definition of motherhood. How wonderful is that. Mothering comes naturally and no books can teach you how to be a good mother. I really admire the moms of today who are working and are truly super moms.

  6. Mother is epitome of strength and you have shared views of powerful mom’s who showcase their wit in life. Glad all the posts are now consolidated in the book.