One thing which I can say with certainty is that our parents have brought us up to great expectations. And for this, they have spared no expense.
On a recent visit to Bangalore, I came across a very unique and interesting challenge – the #YesChallenge that is part of the #YesMom Movement.
Falling sick is natural and inevitable. Just like us, all moms want to cover themselves under the comforting blankets and take a break from the daily chores of the house and not worry about her kid.
Do I have to be a good cook, if I am a mom? Or I can be a good mom only if I cook well? As an 80’s kid and being brought up in a metropolitan city, I often wonder that.
After having spent over 3 years caring for my little one, I realized it’s time to step out again. Going back to work after a career break can be tough in the current climes. I was already working from home.
Blogging is a great way of making money and this trend is slowly picking up in India as well.
The current year has seen a sudden spurt in the growth of social media apps. You can purchase household and grooming products, clothes and other stuff by sitting in the luxury of your home.
Breastfeeding is one of the most natural processes of our lives. Yet there is such a taboo about doing it out in open.
You might be wondering as to what is the relation between digital era and mom wars.
It’s ben close to three-years working as a WAHM. It all started on a fine day when the little one turned 3 months old.
Being a stay-at-home mom has never been easy. Whether you have the family support or not, this is a role, which is filled with barriers, yet without any rewards and paycheck.
A home is noisy and clustered when you have children playing around. You cannot control your children remain silent throughout the day.
We read somewhere that it takes a village to raise a child. But, this village now is a virtual one.
Very often as a working mom, I get overwhelmed when I get back to the day-care to pick my little one and I see her crying due to some reason or the other.
In our society, many assume and articulate that Mother’s Day celebrations are not meant for single moms. Sad, isn’t it?
Post-pregnancy, most mothers, find it difficult to get back to their full time job. Not just that, today, commuting to a workplace is a struggle in itself.
Motherhood can change us in ways we can’t even imagine. Before becoming a mother, I was a full-time PR consultant. At times, working harder to climb up the corporate ladder.
In the summer of 2014, I became a mom. And because my pregnancy was a tough one, I had to quit my job. So for about three years now, I have been a stay-at-home working mom.
Yet most of us forget it on daily basis and continue to live a fast-paced life. Following deadlines, eating junk, cutting down on our sleep, getting too busy taking care of our little ones.
Congratulations on being a parent. Your life has changed forever. And in this new life you will need a new set of trusted friends who can be with you when you need them.
Parenting is hard, and being a single mom makes the stakes even higher. As a single parent, managing everything can be quite a task, with ever-growing emotional as well as physical demands of the kids.
Love, happiness, sadness, anger, etc., anything and everything, mothers always express their emotions with an extra edge.
Being a mother and handling hundreds of tasks every day, requires a lot of prior planning of the daily chores.
Being a mom is the hardest thing on this planet, but I guess God had planned some more struggles in my life.
This new year, I made a little promise to myself. The deal is that 2016 was a lot more complex for this mommy of a pre-schooler.
Building a business for stay-home moms and dads is never easy, but sometimes there are things one can do to make the process work a bit easier.
That daunting task of doing laundry ruining your Saturday mornings? Ask any mummy, laundry is definitely the least least-favorite home management tasks.
Of late, I’ve been taking a lot of those silly online quizzes. In fact, I just took this one that wanted to know if I was really ready for another baby.
A mother’s instinct can be very strong and that’s why majority mothers know what’s best for their babies.
A Nielsen survey conducted in 6,500 women across 21 different nations in the year 2011 suggested Indian women are the most stressed in the world today.