2 Simple Yoga Postures for Easy Parenting

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I started doing Yoga from age 10 and have been doing it since then. Sometimes I leave it for few months but always find my way back in. I am very fortunate to learn Yoga ( asanas and all other aspects of Yoga) from eminent teachers. My heartfelt thanks to all my Yoga Gurus. Yoga … Read more2 Simple Yoga Postures for Easy Parenting

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How to Improve Patience in 2-4 Year Old Kids

Parenting is a tough job and some years are tougher than others. Most parents get their first shock when child turns 2. In development psychology, this period is rightly called ‘Terrible Twos’. Why is this terrible? Because children rapidly change their behaviour at this time. It is a major social development time for children. You … Read moreHow to Improve Patience in 2-4 Year Old Kids

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All You Need to Encourage Your Child into Coding

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Your child can code too.
It is OK, if your child is young. Mental ability is different than physical. Provide resources to the child and observe. If child doesn’t show interest, try again after some time. Never force.

It is OK, if parents don’t know coding. You can learn with your child!
If you search, ‘Coding for Children’ on Internet,  you will be overwhelmed with the number of choices you get.
So I am going to make it easy.

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How Your Child Can Learn Animation : Easy Way

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Instead of fighting with children on media time, how about we encourage them to create cartoons (or in technical words create animations)?. Animation involves observing real life objects and depicting them on the screen. This involves physics (how objects hit each other and bounce back, how animals move),  geometry (drawing shapes, views), anatomy(human and animal body structure), biology(textures of natural elements), mathematics(setting right frame per second) etc. This also helps children to understand how theoretical academic topics map to real life.

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Exam Results Aren’t Everything!

There are different types of intelligence. Exam result mainly tells about logical and linguistic abilities of a student. But it doesn’t tell about life skills like leadership skills, handling conflicts, self control, values. Exam result is not final verdict of a student’s life.

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Being a Proud Mother

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Yesterday was Women’s day. Yesterday I thought celebrating days like this is totally unnecessary. But little did I know I would change my opinion the next day.Today I was updating my introduction in my website. My husband said, “Why do you always write ‘mother’ in the introduction? There are lot of mothers and there is … Read moreBeing a Proud Mother

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We All Seek Acceptance, so Do Our Children.

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We all want to be accepted. We secretly wish world accepts us as we are. So do our children. But for children parents are their world.  In first years children see their self-worth through parents. Parental rejection at this stage can be fatal for their emotional development and hence emotional intelligence. Emotional Intelligence contributes to … Read moreWe All Seek Acceptance, so Do Our Children.

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Work from Home Jobs for Mothers (Where to Search and How to Get)

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This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Work from home jobs for women (mothers)

I have worked from home from many years. I feel content that I am available to my child while pursing my career interests. Work from home jobs have a lot of benefits but demand more discipline. In the last post, I listed 10 things to consider before starting a work from home job. In this post, … Read moreWork from Home Jobs for Mothers (Where to Search and How to Get)

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Is Your Child Addicted to Cell Phone? Part 2

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Children and smart phone addiction

Last week I wrote about my struggles with my son using the mobile phone. Initially I avoided giving him phone and succeeded. Then came bigger problems and I had to give him mobile. Read that blog here. When I him mobile, he assured he will use it for only 1 hour per day. As per … Read moreIs Your Child Addicted to Cell Phone? Part 2

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Value Education: Reducing Objectification of Women – Lesson from Epic

One of the biggest issue these days is objectification of women. The children who grow up with watching women as objects pose huge threat to social health. Needless to say, the threat of own kids doing something embarrassing in the future is a nightmare. Irrespective of the level of professional success, they could always end up … Read moreValue Education: Reducing Objectification of Women – Lesson from Epic

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Money: The way You Feel… Matters.

Money is all about hard numbers and hard work? Is there any element of ‘feeling’ in matters of wealth? How we ‘feel’ about money is a strange concept to many.  But the awareness is spreading, with increased research in psychology. Feelings about money has more impact than we think. Like other aspects, the feelings towards money shapes up … Read moreMoney: The way You Feel… Matters.

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Kids Education against Molestation: How much is too much ?

I read yet another article on protecting children from molestation. For quite some time we had been hearing about rapes and child molestation. How to protect the kids? These days too many ideas are going to the extremes. Following are the ones I observed Every stranger is evil. Every male is a threat. This is okay … Read moreKids Education against Molestation: How much is too much ?

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Kids Don’t Understand Ownership and Borrowing

My son Tejas and I started playing badminton in the park. All going well. All of a sudden, a kid zooms near us on his scooter.  He was around 4-5 years. He stops near Tejas and asks him to give the racket. “I want to play badminton. Give me the racket.” That kid was not bullying. … Read moreKids Don’t Understand Ownership and Borrowing

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What Bothered My Son about Being Short (Looks like I Helped)

It was bed time. We exchanged what bothered us during the day and what went well. Tejas spoke. “Today again everyone called me Baby. As I too short Mom? It is bad to be short, right? I want to be tall !” He had felt very bad. The ma’am, classmates everyone made fun of him. … Read moreWhat Bothered My Son about Being Short (Looks like I Helped)

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