To have a a positive day, you must have a positive morning. Yes, the vibe you receive and emanate first in the morning stays with you the whole day. So a social media foray should never be your first morning routine. Let’s see what should be the ideal morning routine for wellness.
We are facing lockdown every other day. With unexpected restrictions it is tough to get hold of food items during emergency situations. It is advisable to store less perishable food items so that you could use them for a longe while. Hence we are sharing the list of food to store during home quarantine as well as a few delicious, easy and healthy recipes.
Puberty in boys is a topic that is often less prioritised as it is a slow process and there is no clear indication like periods. Moreover, in our patriarchal families, fathers refuse to discuss the topic and mothers are shy. Or used to be so! The world is growing with a brand new perspective and …
As much as we blame the junk food, aginomoto, hormone infused chicken, or milk, we need to be prepared and accept the fact the pubert in girls is a normal process.
A sunset ride to the backwaters of Kerala could evoke the following thoughts. Kerala is called ” the Gods own country” for a reason. The greenery, water, nature – Will it be enough ever? The sunset made me think how much we relate with the sun. And thus this sunsey poem was born. SUN IS …
We live in a era of female rights where loud proclamations of reservations and equal pay are rife. But knowingly or not, we are still living in an era where sexist comments camouflaged as acknowledging a woman’s eminence. It is high time we grow above these vile, veiled backscratches and see sense.
Last few weeks I was facing major writer’s block. Why? Because I was stuffing my mind with useless thoughts. I used to go on a thinking spree at the drop of a hat. I continued the trip of incoherent thoughts till I realised that I was overthinking. But I overcame it. How?
Going into premature delivery is not in anyone’s hands. No one would deliberately want to take the risk of having a child who is at risk. But what if you have one? How to take care of a premature child?
You are a new mother. Feeling motherhood for the first time. You want the best for your child. You make sure your kids don’t fall down, hurt themselves, not even a fever while growing up as you are doing everything perfectly for them.
They live according to the “perfect routine” you create for them. You cuddle them, kiss them, love them unconditionally.
But have you ever thought about what your child wants? They are growing up in the perfect atmosphere you created for them, that they are conditioned to think that this is what is best for them.
Your need for perfection makes them incapable of developing a perspective