Diabetes is a much-feared condition, chronic and seemingly difficult to manage. People who find that they have diabetes are counselled to make a complete overhaul of their lifestyles, that includes constant monitoring and taking medication. While doctors and caregivers help and support but ultimately it is the person living with diabetes who can live better… Read More How patient self-motivation is a major factor in managing diabetes
Diabetes is a widespread disease which generally occurs due to inadequate production of insulin by the pancreas or when the cells of the body do not respond to the insulin produced. According to an article in The Hindu from November 2019, one in six people with diabetes in the world is from India. The numbers place the country at number two with… Read More 3 ways to effectively control blood sugar levels and stay protected
We spend considerable time on social media. This has only amplified in the past few months in lockdown. In identifying patterns, here’s a list of different kinds of social media users. This is based on my own experience and is not intended to target anyone specifically (in today’s charged environment, disclaimers are as important as… Read More Different kinds of social media users!
Here’s an attempt to bring a smile to your face and discuss how moms are coping up with lockdown. While I understand it’s been hard for everyone, moms are bearing the biggest brunt managing it all. They are balancing household chores, engaging children with husbands around all the time and keeping up their own commitments. I… Read More How moms have changed before and after lockdown!
I recently binged watched ‘4 more shots please’. I will admit I wasn’t a fan of season 1. While I loved the concept in general, I thought they could do better in terms of the story. I heard mixed reviews of season 2 but was intrigued enough to see it for myself and decide. It didn’t disappoint!… Read More Have you watched “4 more shots please?”
I have often been asked if I am a feminist. I believe not only am I one, but my husband is too! What it means is that he believes in equality and treats women with the respect they deserve. We share responsibilities at home. We are raising our son together and divide work related to… Read More Raising a feminist son!
On this Woman’s Day this is my tribute to women all around who inspire me each day to do my best and be my best. Women need to be celebrated everyday. They give life, enhance life and are life itself. This is a poem to honour the true beauty of a woman. Every woman has… Read More The woman in me
The recently released movie, Thappad (Slap) deserves a review. It is hard hitting and earnest. Spoiler alert! This blog may contain a few details. The movie is set up in Delhi in today’s world and centers around Amrita (Taapsee Pannu). She is from a middle-class family married into a rich business family. Her life in… Read More Thappad – Stop. No more! (Movie Review)
Recently I attended an event hosted by Tupperware in association with Slurrp Farm and Max Healthcare. Tupperware is a brand close to my heart. I used to carry their tiffin to college and my workplace and now my son takes it to school. In addition to dominating the online space they have now opened over 50… Read More Explore healthy cooking & eating!
It’s said, time is what keeps everything from happening at once. Time also adds perspective. 10 years is a fairly significantly module of time. As the decade turns, I looked back at what my expectation was at the start of it, in 2010, and how it really panned out for me. Is the corporate ladder… Read More The decade gone by!