Author Archives: Pooja

Volatile Life

Tried Fiction storywriting for the first time, I hope, I do justice with the theme 🙂 The story starts with a couple welcoming home a cute baby girl, her eyes- twinkling & wide open, They named her Binita. Binita was a bright and humble girl, who always had spread charm wherever she went. Other than…

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What do you do with the Flowers From Bouquets

People usually celebrate Roseday, exchange flowers, bouquets & gifts. And throw them in Dustbin. You can always Celebrate what you want in a sustainable way, like- Buy Flowers but not the plastic packaging around it. I usually buy single Rose, it shows my love for the person as well as Mother Earth so it’s a…

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Hospital Bag- Most Important

I was all set for the D-Day after the roller coaster ride of 9 months Even though- I was bit lost with what I needed to get before I got my tummy roll home. Our Indian tradition says- you shouldn’t buy anything before your child is born, superstition yes, possibly also just a way to…

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Simple ways to build confidence & self-esteem in kids

Self-confidence originates from ones own accomplishments. As a preschool teacher, I had seen many children become more confident and self-assured as they learned and completed new tasks and goal. And not only because of the praise by parents and family. It’s said- from play to chores, encouraging efforts helps kids gain confidence & acquire skills…

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Sustainable menstruation- Small change, Cloth-pads

Sustainable Menstruation refers to the practices where environment friendly alternatives and conventional menstrual products are used. Sustainable living is the practice of reducing our demand on natural resources by making sure that we replace non-sustainable, one time use products with reusable, sustainable products. It started with my first delivery, Post delivery, I had bled for almost…

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