Create, but don’t Compete

Create, but don’t Compete

“Everyone of us is the sum total of our own thoughts”. It has to do with the narrative implanted in our consciousness since our childhood and people respond to it, follow it as the end in itself indefatigably. The term “Compete”, in the Narrative is engraved with precision, making it an auto suggestion with little effort to realize it is limited to thinking which is limited belief system and limited to conformity. To Create is…

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No more old school – Get Kids Ready for Successful Online Schooling At Home

No more old school – Get Kids Ready for Successful Online Schooling At Home

Photo by J. Kelly Brito on Unsplash Children are starting a new grade/class without even stepping into school! With the spread of the new Coronavirus and the ensuing lockdown, schools, colleges, and universities around the country are moving their classes online to make sure the academic year remains unaffected due to the pandemic. All over the world, millions of children of all ages are transitioning to distance learning, and even across our country, students are now completing or will start…

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Moms And Guilt – Can you separate the two?

Moms And Guilt – Can you separate the two?

Moms and Guilt, the relation between both is unbreakable “FEVICOL KA MAZBOOT JOD HAI” . Every one of us has a little or more guilt in us, but women have the most. And when a woman becomes a mother, the proportion of Guilt rises exponentially. Amongst the thousands of guilts that most moms have,here are 4 that are most common, and the ways you can get out of it!

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8 Funny Mommy Moments – Happy Mother’s Day!

8 Funny Mommy Moments – Happy Mother’s Day!

While most of the time a mother’s heart is swelling with love and pride for her offspring, there are enough instances of frustration and exasperation. And then there are some hilarious moments to relieve you of the stress at just the right moment! Can’t recall one of your own? Read on our list of funny mommyhood quotes collected from moms all over the world, and have a good laugh.

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Stop. Think . Connect – Children’s Safety in a Connected World

Stop. Think . Connect – Children’s Safety in a Connected World

Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash The government has announced a nationwide lockdown to contain Coronavirus. We are all home spending our summer safe at home and with schools closed, it is likely that children are spending a lot of time online. A lot of activities have moved online from Summer Camps to Music lessons, Storytelling sessions, Art Classes, and more. In addition to this, children spend time talking or chatting with their friends, cousins, and other extended…

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Save the Future – 12 Ways to Raise Earth-Friendly Children

Save the Future – 12 Ways to Raise Earth-Friendly Children

Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash April 22 is Earth Day. Our planet’s eco-system is getting more complicated with each year. The “Eco” beat is on this year too. Conservation and Environment protection are in the news and social media. We are already teaching our kids about going green and being eco-friendly. And raising our children to be environmentally friendly is the only long term solution to protect our planet. In fact, there are many ways to get…

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Breaking up Sibling Fights – Parenting during extended lockdown

Breaking up Sibling Fights – Parenting during extended lockdown

Photo by Ashton Bingham on Unsplash It is a truth universally acknowledged that breaking up sibling fights is a parenting skill that is difficult to master. And especially when it is an extended lockdown like we have currently due to the dreaded Corona virus, one can’t even ask one sibling to step out for a while. All of us parents are working from home these days, and a sibling fight in the background of an important video call…

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Move over animals, now Planets in your Living Room

Move over animals, now Planets in your Living Room

After the tremendous success of the life-sized animals through the 3D VR animations by Google, we now have planets and other celestial bodies to play with, in exactly the same way as we did with animals. Imagine how much fun it will be to see the Saturn rings up close, or to see how beautiful our Earth looks in the solar system!

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Read Your Heart Out – Resources for the Young Book Lovers

Read Your Heart Out – Resources for the Young Book Lovers

as Stephen King famously said – Books are uniquely portable magic! So let the magic take over, and transform a dull, dreary afternoon into a fun, adventure in the land of stories.

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School Problems: Pre-Teens & Teens

School Problems: Pre-Teens & Teens

When a teenager reaches high school, he starts facing a couple of teenage problems in school. Usually, they don’t talk about their personal experiences, especially if it’s shameful. What mysteries does your child go through in school? Let’s learn. There are several things that a child goes through regarding middle school problems. It usually gets tougher when they join high school approximately at around the age of 14 years. Well, growing up comes with a…

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