We girls are taught to clean a little better, to care a little extra, to be sweet a little more just to fit in the society. Whereas guys are told not to do these household chores as it may put a question on their masculinity.
Here’s a helpful guide for teens to getting some chores done at home.
These past two months have been a litmus test for every woman but dare I say, she’s thrown herself at the deep end and swum her way up.
With men and boys sharing the load of household duties, does it mean that we have finally broken the stigma around them?
How are domestic workers supposed to fend for themselves in the absence of a steady income? But then is it safe to call them for work, both for us and them?
Taking an off on a Sunday helps me regroup my thoughts and makes the whole quarantine situation a little more bearable.
Are these men posting videos and photos of them cooking, chopping and mopping going to continue with their contribution once the lockdown is over?
You can choose to be just you, and not ‘ma’ for today. What is the value of you, ma?
I share with you the ways in which you too can overcome your tendency to be a perfectionist and come out on the other side, step by step each time.
Here are a couple of lifestyle changes that many of us have made in the last few days due to social distancing and lockdown, that can be carried on with for the greater good, once this pandemic is over.
Unknowingly or knowingly, we as a society have been failing mothers and wives who sacrifice their careers and dreams to look after their families.
Should a woman be ashamed of not being able to ace multitasking? It is normal to feel overwhelmed, isn’t it?