Finding Health in a Haystack!

Mommy workouts

Six months past the baby’s arrival, the ambition of waking up at five in the morning to practice Pranayama and yoga did spring up, as it did with the first. However, needless to mention, I could get nowhere near my ambition amidst the haystack of piled up chores. Yes, yes, yes, I have written all about it all through my blog, I know! So, let me quickly tell you the silly ‘work-outs’ I get to do with two kids around.

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Little Steps for Longer Lives

Mom and Son playing elephant ride

Soon after my son was born, I had gone into a cocoon life of a busy mom, totally uncaring towards my weight, shape and health. Issues of fat metabolism, digestion and cholesterol had entered my system without a warning along with disproportionate weight gain and the guilt of all of these. It took a couple of years to realize that my health must indeed be a priority to take care of the rest of the family. Especially, in the long run, how happy and healthy I carry my heart shall dictate the environment and health of the entire home and family.

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Love Failure? Gay? Abused? Depressed? – Wake Up!

The Story of a Suicide by Sriram Ayer cover image

Of several duties and responsibilities we carry along, let’s pledge to add that of looking around people with open eyes and ears. ‘What’s my problem?’ might seem safe but remember it’s not right. Let’s all, please, Wake Up!

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The Power of Constructive Parenting (Part I)

I don’t know if it might look trivial to some. But having closely watched a child grow, I’ve developed a sense of admiration to the little creative surprises that he gives me. I had no idea what story he would come up with the characters. And it was a surprise to watch him bring alive his own swimming fantasy in the characters too, many of whom he made to swim in the river adjacent to the castle 😆 For a two-year old, this little act is also a magical story, isn’t it?

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It’s Raining Fashion!

This post won the 2nd Runner-Up Prize for the  #LimeRoadBlogFest Blogging Contest organized by Limeroad.com Monsoon rains whip my face so hard that it’s difficult to see the road ahead. Luckily a huge flyover is at a close reach to my rescue. I soon find a neat place under the bridge and it’s now time…

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Ma’s Expert Life’s Lessons

A few of the valuable lessons I’ve learnt from Ma! Just a few because a blog post can hold only this much!

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Ma, My First Expert!

I’ve mentioned Ma here and there and at so many places across blog posts in Pages from Serendipity. As how her role in my life is omnipresent, so it is in my writings. However, here is a unique post dedicated for her on this memorable Mother’s Day. A mother’s presence in one’s life is as…

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A New India by 2020! (#DigitalIndia)

This post won a Lenovo Yoga 2 Tablet for the Digital India Blogging Contest powered by Indiblogger & sponsored by Intel Request to Readers: Please spend time and effort to educate yourself and others about the Digital India initiative. Disclaimer: All information stated and images posted are based on the facts collected from the official websites of DeitY and…

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A Smart Start with Moto E (#ChooseToStart)

This post won a Moto E Phone for the Choose to Start Blogging Contest powered by Indiblogger & sponsored by Motorola She’s by my side when I go to bed. When I wake up startled by my little toddler’s cry, she’s by my side to comfort my disturbed sleep. As it dawns, her’s is the…

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Singapore, the Abode for Hungry Wandering Souls! #FarMoreSingapore

This post won the Runner-Up Prize for the Take Away Level: Singapore Blogging Contest powered by Indiblogger & Sponsored by Far East Hospitality Header Image: Chef Ben Milbourne Meets Singapore Youtuber Dee Kosh Ever travelled with a ghost of one who died midway between his meals? Mind it, you are just about to! 😯 What’s that yuckyyy……looks…

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