Picture this - 4 adults, 2 rowdy pre-teens (8 and 5 respectively) and a 10-day road trip from Gurgaon to the Spiti valley and back. This is our tale of survival - from their boredom. We are the new-age parents - the ones who decided that one's enough for the two of us and that … Continue reading Travelling with kids: Living with Limited Mobile Time On A 10-day Road Trip
Love seems to be the theme of the month for February (when this series was first launched) - with roses and hearts in the air and everything from your affections for your dog to your neighbour and significant other - up for display. And then, comes this crazy story of someone killing. And it's also … Continue reading Amazon Prime Video Breathe Review: Killing, for love.
I pack her off to her preschool in the morning, wrapping up the morning chores before jumping in the car for office. In the evening, I come back and see her plonked on the couch, waiting, in front of the blaring TV. She says, she was waiting for me. And I feel it twist inside … Continue reading My 4-Year-Old Waits For Me – And It Hurts!
The Disney Princess trope has long been bashed as reductive and anti-feminist, but here are some fairy-tale heroines who are just as #fierce as Beyoncé.
Homeschooling is not an easy road. It requires a huge amount of patience, time and effort from parents as well as children. There are times when it works (and works fabulously), but would you be willing to take it?
This blog has been in writing for the last two years - as part of a brief for what I do on a daily basis. "Let's commit to an average 10,000 - shall we?" That's the understanding that the select few among us, who chose to delve into good SEO, as part of our digital … Continue reading Writing SEO articles for 10k views OR Why I write SEO-based content?
It's been a while since I switched off from my posts - a break taken to re-evaluate life and everything that happened. This isn't an explanation - merely an account of time gone by... And why I choose to live the way I do (still get questions on it). Sigh... sigh - Shock, Fights and … Continue reading 200 words – 1 Year (Or why I switched off in 2016)
Nearly a year later – I begin again with this collaboration with a wise friend.
I explored a naughty pleasure – Red lipsticks, specifically herbal red lipsticks which would go well for Valentine’s Day date.
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Summers are here and as we dive into our closets and pull out the most tantalizing dresses – the romantic skirts and those figure-hugging silhouettes for an evening out it takes something more than that to complete the picture and make it stand out. A perfect, red stained pout, certainly.
A red lipstick may seem like a call to arms if you, like me, are the kind who prefers to stay nude (no, not in that sense) or make do with a simple, glossy, lip balm. But wait – it has its perks. The simple red lipstick is an upper in all senses, with researchers claiming that a dash of the colour makes wearers seem more confident and in control. You might have simply not found the right red tone lipstick for yourself – till now.
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So, this Tuesday is a slight break from the routine, with a reference to a long post which I have done on my Linkedin profile. A connection between social media access and employee mentoring, the piece talks about how the same can be leveraged to benefit employees and enhance productivity. Here's a glance: What’s common … Continue reading Academic notes – Social Media and Employee Engagement