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I knew everything there was to know about life, lessons it has to teach. I thought I had learnt all the life lessons, before I had my son. But a short while after my son Harshal turned one, I realized how little I knew about the word called ‘life’.
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Dear gestating-me, you are just a couple of months shy of popping out.
Being a mom is hard. It is harder than I thought.
A smiling mom doesn’t mean she is happy and content. You never know what is happening within her. Raising a child is a right test of patience and perseverance.
A positive compliment and appreciation always give a sense of comfort and energy.
To my future daughter, my little darling, there are still a few weeks to go before I see you, but I had thought I’d write a quick letter to you.
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.
Getting back to work after delivery can be challenging in terms of leaving your baby alone in someone else’s supervision and guidance. I was thoroughly confused about when is a right time to get back to work.
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.
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.
As moms, we are always on the lookout for ways to teach our kids or babies various things or nuances of daily lives.
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.
If you are a writer, who can pen down her thoughts in the digital platform and wish to earn money, blogging’ is the right way.
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.
When I was pregnant with my first baby, our maid once told me that I was carrying a boy. I laughed it off. I have always thought that most old-wives tales and gender prediction tips are silly!
Being a mom is the hardest thing on this planet, but I guess God had planned some more struggles in my life.
When we are young, we feel liberated. We have dreams of conquering the world. We just think that it’s easy to change the world!
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.
Last year, when my mom visited me for a few days during my post-delivery time, it sure was a breather.
I once heard someone tell me that most career-oriented women either get stuck in the mid-level management or quit/take a sabbatical from their jobs at some point in their work life.
Too much maternity leave can be frustrating! And I am not saying this because I had one. No! I never had one. Instead, I just quit my job during the most difficult phase of pregnancy.