To Pee or Not to Pee As a child, I was brought up in a household where we had the Indian toilet system and not the Western or European one. My mother always made sure that we always keep it clean and never leave the toilet dirty, smelly or unflushed. This is a habit that … Continue reading PrettyMumma’s Honest Review – PEESAFE Toilet Seat Sanitizer Spray
Two days ago, an incident in Bangalore jolted me deeply from inside. It was an incident where a mother, pushed her 7 years-old differently-abled daughter from the terrace of her flat. That helpless little girl, Shreya, died on the spot. The mother told the Police that her daughter was restless and she decided to throw … Continue reading The Darkest Shade of Blue
Free·dom – ˈfrēdəm –noun The power or right to act, speak or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint. Yoga is a celebration of the freedom we experience in our minds, bodies, hearts and souls. With so much competition, stress and difficulty young kids face, it has become very important that kids should learn yoga for … Continue reading Freedom for Our Children – The Yoga Way
Happiness is an inside job. If you don’t do the right things for yourself then there are chances that no one else will. I had a chance to interview one such person who is working untiringly and selflessly for the underprivileged, for the joy and happiness it brings to her. Meet Anju Mishra, who teaches … Continue reading Yoga with Anju Mishra – A Blog Feature
An ancient Ayurveda practice that tells about the ailments inside our body by just looking at our face.
For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also - Luke 12:34
Half the population in the world needs sanitary napkins for a week every month for atleast 30-35 years of their life. It is a necessity, not a luxury. It is not a choice to get periods every month, it's how our bodies have been designed. It is very alarming that only 12% of India's 335 … Continue reading #Period. My Five Days of Luxury (sic!)