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Maintaining Balance between Job and Family : Work – Life Balance

Maintaining Balance between Job and Family : Work – Life Balance

Maintaining Work-Life Balance: Working Mom

None of any blessing in my life is more than a mother. He is everything for me. Birthing and raising a baby is the best part of life. A mom sacrifices too much for family and children. Some of them are working for earning either for not leaving her career ambition or to meet the expenses. Whatever the reason will be, but maintaining a work-life balance as a mom is hard to maintain.

US former president Mr. Barack Obama’s wife Mrs. Michelle Obama is a working lady. She is the mother of two girls as Continue Reading

6 Tips to Help Your Child Love Reading


6 Tips to Help Your Child Love Reading


Does your Child Loves Reading?

Reading is a very important activity for any child. It helps build skills that will serve them for a lifetime and also increases their vocabulary and ability to communicate. Some kids will love to read, while others may take a bit of encouraging. Here are six tips that will help your child love reading, try and you’ll be successful.

Check out your local library

“One of the great things about reading is that it doesn’t need to be expensive. Pay a visit to your local library, get your child their own library card, and let Continue Reading

Raising Healthy kids in the world of Junk foods

Raising Healthy kids in the world of Junk foods

Raising Healthy kids

It’s 5pm and the battle for the snacks is right in front. Maggie, packed juices, french fries, cream biscuits, muffins! The conundrum continues with alternatives as Mac n cheese on the plate. I’m sure, it is the scene with most of the mums. Lunches are scuffle while snacks time and weekends have bouts of tussles, between healthy and junk’s available. Every mom has a picky eater.

Mama, when my friend can eat that burger, why can’t I? That nasty comparison is a consistent nagging for parents. Don’t bury yourself in that “mom guilt”. Most of the Continue Reading

Quality Time vs Quantity Time

Quality Time vs Quantity Time

Am I giving enough Quality Time to my child?

Am I giving sufficient time to my child? Are his Emotional and Psychological needs being met with the right amount of time he needs? But what is the right time? Being together for 4-5 hours and watching your favourite show or cooking something in the kitchen, while your child is busy playing all by himself, may be video games or watching videos? 

Or we’re really short of time? Once we’re back from corporate responsibilities, we hardly have 1-2 hours to catch up with kids. But even then, notifications acts as spoilers.… Continue Reading

How to enable kids to manage emotions effectively

How to enable kids to manage emotions effectively

Enabling kids to manage emotions effectively

Don’t  you wish to be a child once again? As I see kids around me, I take a peek back into my childhood days. Ah, I so much wish to be a child again. No responsibilities, no tasks, no worries. Wait. Did we read no worries?  But that’s what we would think. Look at kids growing in this century and you’ll see that kids have their own set of anxieties and stress too. They aren’t worry free at all. Their worries revolve around school, self-image, relations (with friends), bullying, and much more.Continue Reading

10 Ways to Improve Working Memory of Children

10 Ways to Improve Working Memory of Children

Working Memory of Children

This is a guest post! Memory is an elemental aspect of learning. A good memory ensures a good life as memory is associated with all the functions an individual performs in his/her lifetime. A good memory can be a great alibi for students and children in their process of learning new and wondrous things. This is a virtue that helps them to remember all the different things that they learn, bear in mind all the new information that they accumulate in their process of learning and recall and apply them whenever required.

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10 ways to make your child Physically active

10 ways to make your child Physically active

Why Physical activity is important for Infants and Young children?

Its time to ensure that children are Physically active to help them be healthy and happy. In this digital era, Here are some tips to help you how to make kids Physically active. Rather than making them sit at home, go out and allow kids to explore, have fun with other children. Read the importance of being Physically active child. #activechild #physicallyactive #parentinghacks #parentingtips #parenting #child #development #healthy

We all need to be physically fit apart from monitoring our diet patterns and shifting towards healthier food options. And when it comes to kids, they need to be more active right from toddlerhood for their healthy growth and development. Once Healthy lifestyle patterns are established right from childhood, it will go a long way in their life. And Physical activity has become all the more important for kids in this digital era, as to them recreation and fun means Videos, cartoons and online games, which are negating the Continue Reading

Let your child make mistakes : Failure is must for success

Let your child make mistakes : Failure is must for success

Why Letting Your Child Make Mistakes is the Best Thing You Can Do For Them?

You want your child to be happy, healthy and safe. No doubt about it! And yet, those are the exact same reasons why it can feel so hard to let go and allow your little one to make their own decisions and allow them to make mistakes.

Helicopter parenting might make you feel good and give you peace of mind, but it can actually work against your child’s development and their ability to make good decisions. Sometimes you have to let them decide for themselves Continue Reading

Understanding and raising your Introvert Child and personality

Understanding and raising your Introvert Child and personality

Understanding Introvert Child and personality

It’s a world applauding the gregarious people, promoting and giving opportunities to the extrovert’s. We as parents have seen the same system right from our glorious childhood. Be it schools, who promote kids who speak up and involve in group participations, or be it professional life, wherein the out-spoken climbs up the ladder. Or be it our society, who values people who speak up and bond with a larger community more. To a certain extent, this reality has woven us with the terms as “social child” , “friendly child”, “participative kid”, but what about children Continue Reading

Dolphin Parenting : Interview with Dr. Shimi Kang!

Dolphin Parenting : Interview with Dr. Shimi Kang!

Dolphin Parenting : Real Life Parenting tips from Dr. Shimi Kang!

Few days back, we had discussed about raising the “Future Fit” children and the importance of CQ (Consciousness Quotient) in raising up children in 21st century. It laid emphasis on chucking out the Authoritative Tiger /Submissive Jellyfish parenting and adopting for the “Dolphin Parenting“, to make our kids more resilient, aware, full of life skills and firm believer of experiential learning.

And today, we’re proud to host “Dr. Shimi Kang on our blog, an award-winning Harvard-trained medical doctor, and expert on the science of human

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