Nurturing a bond through stories

  My daughter is four years old now. I started narrating stories to my daughter to take her off screen time. Few months back, she was addicted to her favorite Peppa Pig series, so much so that she refused to talk even in the dinner table and insisted that we play Peppa for her. No…

#MemoriesForLife

He is my first boyfriend. I am responsible for his many sleepless nights. When I was young, his entire world revolved round me  – I didn’t understand it then but now he is my world. He smiled when I cooked a pathetic dish, he laughed at my mischievousness when I used to hide his shoes…

Gracefully young

Well, my story of change that oozes out loads of positivity has to be about embracing old age gracefully. In India, old age is almost always synonymous with sickness, loneliness, disability, and misery but it is in my very own motherland that I witnessed the juxtaposition of a very different old age – that of…

What #RealTogetherness means to me

Life in the age of technology is a necessary evil. Technology rules our lives in every possible way, literally. Nowadays, it’s seemingly sacrilegious to imagine our lives without smartphones, Kindle, Skype, Hipchat just to name a few.  We are connected to each other yet not connected at all. On one side, we have the privilege…

Be Yourself#MomsForABetterWorld

A letter from a mother to her daughter Dearest Hiya, As I put you to sleep just now, and finally found some ‘me time’, I cannot stop thinking about those things which I want to tell you, the values I would like to inculcate within you as you grow up to be a beautiful, young…