Mamma lives alone. She’s a feisty one. She’s fine. But I’m not. I worry. The tiles are slippery. The sugar levels are high. The blood pressure yo yos to its own pleasure. Then there is that other monster, the loneliness.
Now that we have reconciled ourselves to being in relative isolation for as long as it takes for order to restore itself in the world, for the pandemic to slowly die down, here’s what I miss the most and what I will never, ever take for granted anymore.
It is easy to feel overwhelmed and anxious about what is happening all around us. Or we could just look around us and count our blessings.
Scary as the COVID-19 pandemic is, given the fatalities across the world, and its rapid spread, it is a wake-up call if anything.
Author Kiran Manral writes on social-distancing in times of coronavirus outbreak. And how introverts like her had it right all along.
What do women want on International Women’s Day? Safety? Dignity? Love? Peace? Acknowledgement? Or all this and much more?
There are many things to love about yourself. Find them, acknowledge them. Look into the mirror the first thing in the morning and tell yourself you are fabulous and lovable.
The best of relationships have visible cracks where they’ve been shattered and painstakingly put back into place, piece by piece.
Is going freelance all that it is made out to be and should you be taking the risk of stepping out of your full-time job to make the shift to a freelance career, and if yes, what are the things you need to keep in mind?
With the rise of social media, more and more women are putting themselves out there and standing up for what they believe in, says Sai Seshadri, Founder and Editor-In-Chief for Women’s Republic.
Perhaps this break within the monarchy was something that had its time come.
Tell your son why a boy can play doll, and a girl can be a wrestler. About why both sexes are different and yet equal. That being tough is fine and being gentle is fine.