Ok. If this infographic is to be believed, 2 out of three children believe that doing laundry is a woman’s job and that household jobs are meant to be done only by women, 78 % of girls believe that they will have to do the laundry, 81 % of the men feel that girls should… Read More When a woman’s job becomes a man’s job#ShareTheLoad
According to me, man may be known by the company he keeps but a woman is known by the hair she wears. A long, oily plait means a nerd. A short , unruly mop means a tomboy . A neat bun is a schoolteacher. A short perky bob is a flirt . But what… Read More Hair or not #IAmCapable
Yipee! I’ve made it to a WOW Post after a long long time The three stages of love Valentine’s it seems has become a very Indian festival. Yesterday, I was walking down the road behind two houseboys and couldn’t help overhearing their conversation. One boy told the other that he was going to ask for… Read More Will you be my Valentine forever and forever? 9 fun ways to celebrate Valentine’s day
It was getting on to 7.30 and I was just winding up . For the past three hours or so, there were 20 three year olds running around the house as their mummies and nannies chased after them and I was exhausted! As I picked up the last streamer, the lock on the front door… Read More Things aren’t always what you think they are #LoveAndLaughter
It may be a question of semantics but is Ravi Subramanian’s latest book “The Bestseller She Wrote” a thriller or a romance novel? That is the question that strikes you throughout this book that is written in his inimitable style – snappy and quick that makes reading his books such a pleasure. Ravi Subramanian has… Read More A thrilling romance or a romantic thriller?