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08

Apr
2019

Is Budget Travel The Best Use Of Your Money?

In many ways, Millennials are responsible travelers. They like to consider carefully the cost of their holidays, not only in terms of booking but also everyday expenses. As a result, they’re less likely to spend it all on a splurge vacation. They do their research carefully in advance so that they always know and understand […]

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Apr
2019

Finding your Identity in Today’s World of Equality #WomensDay

I welcome Post of Sweta Papaiyawala on Guest post series on the tagline, ” “A tribute to the women, by the woman and for the woman” It is not always an easy job for a passionate, outspoken, gregarious girl who succeeded in becoming an engineer from the land of scots to be a home maker. […]

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31

Mar
2019

The Women of Substance #WomensDay

Breaking the glass ceiling is a phrase I got familiar with quite late in my life. But what it meant was not new to me. I grew up with strong women from all sides. My first impression of a strong woman in life, My ‘Nana’ ( my maternal granny) was of this rock solid persona […]

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30

Mar
2019

Ward Girl not Award Girl #WomensDay

Today, I present a story of a woman Patralekha, whose achievements appealed Richa Mishra working with BusinessLine to jot down paying tribute to Women on the eve of Women’s Day Month. A guest post series, “A tribute to the women, by the woman and for the woman”    **************************************************************                                         “And the award for […]

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28

Mar
2019

A Mother’s Guide – How to Calm Colicky Baby #MotherSparsh

With the cuddling of a newborn, Moms forget all their worries & nerve-wracking pain that she underwent in either the cases Normal delivery or C-Sec. It is the new birth of a woman. The baby grows into the womb for nine months silently. As they dawn on the planet, it starts crying due to difference […]

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Mar
2019

My Mom- My World #WomensDay

She always reminds me that “everything will be fine”, whenever I am feeling down

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13

Mar
2019

Salute to Womanhood! #WomensDay

A Guest Post by Pallavi Acharya on the eve of #Women’sDayWeek. She agreed to write a guest post for my blog as I wished to list the women who thought they came out unscathed breaking the barrier and outshone in spite of odds strewn on their path. Pallavi – An educationist, A budding Gardener, A […]

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08

Mar
2019

Kalpana M. – I Took the Road Less Travelled! #OrganicFarmer #WomensDay

Kalpana M. a name in Organic Farming popular in Chennai and she quit her job to take the road less traveled.I knocked her to share her unusual journey on agriculture and farming on the eve of Women’s Day and her journey is an inspiration for many. Her passion has rekindled the hope of growing better […]

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07

Mar
2019

I will be more…Because Courage is my word #Women’sDay

Story of An Emerging Writer who broke all the barriers and moved forward to mark a niche for herself in the world of writing…Her Name is Anupriya Gupta. Her Guest Post in her own words… My story isn’t a tale of struggles and hurdles. But one that of grit and determination. I wouldn’t call myself […]

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07

Mar
2019

A Tribute to Women from All Walks of Life #Motivation

A tribute to a Woman, By the Woman and For the Woman.

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