Helping raise secure children

The world of today is constantly undergoing deep shifts. Our support systems are undergoing dynamic changes too. So it is for our children. In today's world we as parents are the most important support and probably the primary support system of our children. Insecurities are age old and does not take time to seep in. It is … Continue reading Helping raise secure children


Namesake: A book Review

The Namesake is the second book written by Jhumpa Lahiri who was born to  Bengali Hindu parents who had emigrated to the United Kingdom and herself was born in London. After two years of her life her family had shifted to America , her ties with India came from the visits which her parents often took to … Continue reading Namesake: A book Review

..Bordering on Depression

Mother's Mental Health #3 Mother's mental health should be the collective responsibility of the society. Is there sufficient awareness about the things that could go wrong?  Is the state working in symbiosis with its different sections in the society . One of the important  component of the society being the womenfolk and their mental health. … Continue reading ..Bordering on Depression

Promoting healthy eating habits in toddlers #2

                            Mum, Take it easy! How many times we as parents are stressing upon what our children are eating or not ? Many a times some of us mothers tend to feel unhappy simply because our children did not eat what we provided them or as much as we thought they would. Do you constantly compare … Continue reading Promoting healthy eating habits in toddlers #2

Are you suffering from Parental Discrimination?

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?

Meet and Greet: 12/17/16

Happy Weekend everyone!

Dream Big, Dream Often


It’s the Meet and Greet weekend everyone!!    

Ok so here are the rules:

  1. Leave a link to your page or post in the comments of this post.
  2. Reblog this post.  It helps you, it helps me, it helps everyone!
  3. Edit your reblog post and add tags.
  4. Feel free to leave your link multiple times!  It is okay to update your link for more exposure every day if you want.  It is up to you!

  5. Share this post on social media.  Many of my non-blogger friends love that I put the Meet n Greet on Facebook and Twitter because they find new blogs to follow.

See ya on Monday!!

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Behind the Scenes: A Shop Girl’s Blog Success

A thing or two to learn here..

Shop Girl Anonymous

I’ve achieved an astounding amount of traffic over the course of the past three or four days, and first and foremost I would love to off a warm Texan “Howdy,” to my new readers to whatever corner’s of the Globe you may Reside:

This of course was achieved through a straight 48 hours of blog-a-thon-ing with a few Meet-and-Greets around WordPress.  It was tiring and at times quite trying on this poor dyslexic mind of mine, but in the end I came out with more traffic than I’ve seen on my little old blog since March of 2015.

Of Course today I’m tapped out on Meet & Greets, and my stats are not the the amazing proportions that they may have seen yesterday but I’m happy to feel back a part of the blogging community, there was a time there where I was feeling a little out of touch.  So…

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WE ARE PUBLISHED!!! – #PoetsForPeace

This has been a wonderful opportunity. Proud to be a part of this beautiful movement , thanks to all the esteemed organizers!


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Hello Everyone!

Michael, Marie and I are so excited to announce that #PoetsForPeace is now LIVE and PUBLISHED in Praxis Magazine Online! We are so grateful to  Laura M Kaminski and Tee Jay Dan, editors at Praxis, for giving us this wonderful opportunity and working tirelessly in helping us get published!

We would especially like to thank all our contributors who helped make this project successful! We could not have done this without you!

You can view and download the publication here:

We are thrilled that this collaboration will also be archived in the ‘Stanford University Archive’ of the ‘100,000 Poets for Change’ collection!

We hope you can all join us next year as we aim to make #PoetsForPeace a growing annual event!

Share and Spread the word with your friends and family! Please use #PoetsForPeace!

Cheers to #PoetsForPeace!

Michael, Marie & Neha

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Sharing is Caring: Let Me Share Your Post!

Hello lovely bloggers,
If you would like to expand your blogging networks,check out this page!

Dream Big, Dream Often

Sharin is caring

It is time for a brand new share link!  Take a few moments and leave me the link to your favorite and/or newest post and I will add you to the Featured Bloggers segment that publishes each night at 6 pm est.

You can leave more than one link, but I like to have a steady flow of new and different bloggers so I might not publish every link.

Anywho, help me, help you!  Leave your links in the comments.

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