Time for a son-rise

The newspapers and news channels are full of disturbing headlines on the ever increasing brutalization of women. Media, social activists, youth leaders, politicians, and lawmakers are crying hoarse for fast track courts, stringent laws, increased patrolling and more. Some go a step further and decide that girls should follow the protocol of dressing, walking and…

STOP! Don’t shop till you drop.

Of late my observation of my own shopping pattern has left me overwhelmed. My shopping trend, online shopping to be precise, has been like the first part of the bell curve! I have been buying far too many titbits than before. It’s not that I am a miser or do not indulge myself. But what…

Run for cover!

Last year about this time I bought a term life insurance policy. I happened to pay its annual premium today and that’s how I got reminded to write about my experience and thoughts around buying a term plan, so that it may help those contemplating to get one. Before I decided to buy a term…

Internet Safety Tips to Keep Children Safe Online

Many parents across the world have lost their sleep and sanity in the wake of the recent deaths of children attributed to the killer online game “The BlueWhale Challenge”. Blue Whale challenge is just one of the many possibilities lurking out there to grab the attention of our children. It is a sad but inevitable…

10 Ways with WHEY

Cottage cheese/Paneer is a regular feature in our kitchen, and most of don’t know the many uses of the leftover whey and end up discarding it. Milk whey is a powerhouse of natural vitamins and proteins.

6 reasons why you must do SQUATS

Have you ever noticed toddlers play? They instantly drop into perfect squats every now and then to pick up toys and can sit in a squat position for what seems like ages. Despite raising twins, this simple physical behavior made an immense impact on me only when I started doing squats.

We are all born with the flexibility and agility to our muscles optimally, but as we grow up we use this skill less and less and eventually find the once easy and normal activity, to be difficult and draining.