Simple and Chic: Try French Design in Your Home Office

People opt for French décor for their living rooms and bedrooms more and more, because of its romantic and relaxing feel. But, what about your home office? Luckily, it can also get a French design makeover that will inspire you to work and create like never before. Here are a few simple tips on how […]

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Moving on a Budget: 4 Tips to Save Money

Moving to a new place should be a fun and exciting adventure. However, in some cases, it can turn out to be the most stressful process of someone’s life. Yes, moving requires a lot of planning and preparation, and yes, hiring a moving company will save you from a lot of stress. But unfortunately, it […]

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SEVEN TIPS FOR ROAD TRIPPING WITH TODDLERS

Since past four weeks, it has been a hell HELL lot of road trips. I am not sure about my husband and daughter but I do not want to even see my car even from my balcony. There is nothing horrible than a toddler scream TODDLER SCREAMING in the car, even if you need to […]

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500 days of Motherhood

The day our baby completes one year is always an exciting one and we look forward to it. And with that, all dreading also comes and goes. My baby girl turned one-year-old in April 2017. It was the time to celebrate her 1st and I didn’t realize that that was my 1st year of motherhood […]

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Why Travelling is Important

Although you are living in a city also has a wonderful time with your kids and family still nothing could substitute for traveling. For some people (including me) traveling is same as reading books. It gives you time to think, observe, and learn and exposes you to new things – culture, lifestyle, food, history. It also […]

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Dear MoM Trust Your Instints

To All New Moms, As we approach my little girls the sixteenth month, I’ve been considering the things that I’ve learned in the course of recent months. After becoming a parent, there are certainly many things to learn and adapt. You are bound to hop right in and should rapidly take in the logical knacks. […]

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Six Approaches For Busy Moms on Making Time to Blog

Finding out time to blog is something that each blogger tussle with. Regardless of whether you have recently started or blogging as a hobby, blogging is to some degree somewhat a part-time job. However for a significant number of you blogging is a full time business but still juggling work, home and a social life […]

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I Can’t Wait Until…    

There are very few parents (including myself) that haven’t muttered the words “I can’t wait until…” The sentence ends with various milestones: …they are sleeping through the night …they are walking …they are done teething …they are off the bottle …they are potty-trained …they drop their naps …they can get ready by themselves …And the […]

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Road Tripping With Your Little One

To grandma’s house!! Here we go!! And then we found ourselves in the car for 5 whole hours. My husband and I always love to take road trips even before having our daughter. But our love for travel doesn’t stop there, we took around 8-9 road trips to our parents place apart from train journeys(flight […]

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Why we Shouldn’t Compare Ourselves With Others

In this time of the Internet and the online networking, comparing ourselves with others has never been less demanding. The only thing we need to do is simply log on any social media platform to see what our friends are doing, or what they’re looking like, and we can compare them and our own lives. […]

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