Do you often find your kid not obeying to your words? For as simple a task like – “Go keep the shoes at the right place” and his immediate response would be, “Not, now. I will do it later” or he might just not pay heed to what you just said. You think he is getting…… Continue reading How To Get Your Child Listen To You
As the new year approaches, there is a promising zeal and hope that the next year would be more positive, beautiful and a belief that you will get one step closer to turning your dreams into actions. As parent’s, managing both work and family could be an arduous task. And no matter how hard you…… Continue reading Top 5 New Year Resolutions for Parents
I finished helping my 3-year-old niece, Diya with her breakfast and I said, “Now that you have finished your breakfast, please put your plate in the sink”. I thought it’s an easy job and she would be more than happy to help me until she yelled – NO. That was so unexpected. I assumed that…… Continue reading Words Can Make All The Difference
I remember every time my parents asked me how my day was at school. I would just say, “Yeah, it was okay”. “It was good”. I would just give them a very short reply to get through with the questions because I felt they were just asking for the sake of showing interest. Whereas now…… Continue reading Questions to Ask your Child After School.
Someone shared, “Last evening when I got back from work, it started to rain and I sat near the window all evening, finishing my blog and sipping a nice strong coffee along side. The evening was just perfect.” I replied, “That’s awesome. Such experiences of right momentum where our mind, body and soul are all…… Continue reading There is no such thing called ‘Perfect Relationship’
“No, don’t play with the drums. Learn to behave when you are out”. “Mum can I go to play”? – No, not now. “No, you can’t go out on your own”. Parents often say NO instantaneously without taking a moment to give their child’s request a thought. The habit of saying NO is so powerful…… Continue reading Dear Parents – Think before you say NO
Every time on being asked, “what’s the most memorable moment of your life?” I reply with sparkling eyes, “My 4th grade Annual Day Function when I won 13 prizes in a year in Drawing, Crafts, Skating and Athletics.” When I was young, I believed in myself more than the opinions of my friends and family.…… Continue reading I Believe I Can Do It.