As a woman sometimes we do feel we have got the bigger brunt of the marriage. As it is some are performing a juggling act between work and home and vice versa. Often in our life we have a source of stress ... which could exist in the form of a deadline as in most … Continue reading Are you too harsh on your kids?
Well you are finally ready to invest in your dream home . Buying a home commands ample contemplation and decision-making as it is huge investment and for most people can not be remedied or redressed once taken. In most of the developed world buying a home in the City is a rather unaffordable affair, not to … Continue reading Why living in the remote suburb could be your best bet?
Scenario One On May 28 2015 , Canadian Celebrity Sarah Blackwood was removed from the United Airlines plane for having an overly noisy kid, who also happened to be pregnant at the time. Scenario Two A blogger and new mum Arielle Charnas was asked to move to the back of the plane from the first class … Continue reading Are you suffering from Parental Discrimination?
Mothers Mental Health#2 As an expat living Down Under , I can tell through experience that quiet a number of us are missing the much needed family support. Being in charge of a family entails a need for handling never-ending responsibilities and laborious tasks. If it was only about you , it would be really … Continue reading Homemaker heading towards burnout…
A Suitable Career "Do you listen to your children? I do not mean as in listening when they are talking to you. That of course is important. However , what I implied is do you closely observe the things which your child communicate about their likes their interests and their general and special aptitudes which they … Continue reading Placing Round pegs in Square holes?
Moms have so many roles to play, they tell you. You are a teacher, a nurse, doctor, chef, friend and what not. However today of lately I have discovered that I am unwittingly taking upon a new role, of a 'Referee'. My two children , a girl (5) and a boy (1) are going through … Continue reading Sibling Rivalry: How it all started?
In the words of an expat mum Its been about a year and a half that we arrived down under. I can still feel the cold October breeze on my face as we exited the huge glass doors of the Melbourne airport at around ten in the night and for the first time ever set foot in the city … Continue reading Why Australia is already great?