I wish I could buy some patience, even at the higher prices! Ten years of parenting and am asking for patience. Isn’t it contradictory? I confess, being a mother, you really need to be a patient. A hell lot of patience to hear them, to bear them and to make them understand. If you are… Read More Its Quite Natural-When Your Mother-Mode Is Off
There is quite a difference between being miserly and being minimalist. While the former might not meet your needs, the latter, however, ensures that you do not miss out the essentials. This difference plays a significant part in parenting. A minimalist parent ensures the child’s needs as well as happiness by editing the unnecessary out… Read More I Am A Minimalist Parent And I Don’t Regret It!
It’s almost a decade when I delivered my first child. The climax of unendurable labor pains for prolonged hours, I waited a long to see the baby’s first sight. But when the moment arrived I was not in a condition to hold, completely drained out. The joyous moment when you become a mother was not… Read More The Roller-Coaster Ride With Two Kids!
You don’t need a day to remember someone, especially your parents. But sometimes these celebrations like Mother’s Day or Father’s Day may help bring back old memories. Well, I don’t consider myself as a new generation self, I had seen the era of the 70s, the 80s and the 90s very closely. It was the… Read More From Frugality To Freedom From Expectations, Dad Taught Me All!
The only thing a master can teach is how to learn about yourself. There are no secrets. They are only techniques to waken yourself-Alejandro Jodorowsky As a mother of two kids, I do agree with this quote to all extent. A learning with an equal amount of fun & technique is always everlasting. Certainly, there… Read More 5 Ways To Make Learning A Fun!