The #MummyFitFamiyFit Campaign is designed to bring you tiny inspirations every day for self-care from inspiring people all over the world!
If the lockdown has done any good to me and the girls, it is this! The Girls and I dabbled in multiple things, exchanged lots of ideas, and then, one fine day, our eyes fell …
Many festivals in India carry traditions about making and sharing only certain food savouries as ‘Naivedyam’ – an offering to the deity being worshipped that specific day. Sri Ramanavami brings with it the wisdom to good health in the oncoming summer months.
30 minutes a day. That is all you need to pivot from the cycle of outrage politics (as I call it) and media hyperbole. When every piece of news talks about impending doom, danger, death …
A curated set of videos that drive conversations and change for women’s empowerment beyond International Women’s Day.
Paint Like Franz Marc has a collection of the famous German Expressionist painter Franz Marc best known for his brightly colored paintings of animals.
“Smeagull the Seagull: A True Story” is a delightful and heartwarming book for anyone who loves animals and wildlife, especialy seagulls.
Navratri is a great time for storytelling as well, with tons of opportunities to go over stories of Gods, Demons, Earth, Heaven, Good, Evil, Normal, Paranormal…
The Soul Proprietorship initiative brings a source of renewed energy and celebration for single parents providing meaning and support to each other’s journeys.
Gender stereotyping attitude towards numerical disciplines matter because those beliefs encourage girls to undermine their math abilities, dislike or avoid mathematics and therefore choose non-math oriented careers.
Why do we celebrate Ugadi: A festival of summer, Ugadi is one of the most looked-forward-to festivals in India. Also known as ‘Yugadi,” which literally means, ” Start of a new ‘Yug(Era in Sanskrit),” this festival marks the beginning of a New Year in the Southern states of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala.