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What’s my favorite? #MondayMusings #mg

Kanna was always full of questions. What? Why? How? Where? I have heard them over and over in different forms and textures in these past eight years. I’m sure you will agree with me if you have spent some time with kids, that their incessant questions are

February, a mixed one #Gratitude

“Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough.” —Oprah Winfrey Take deep breaths. That’s what I tell myself all the time. But, that’s what I forgot to do this

Parenting is not easy, neither is catching a breath if you are a parent! #MondayMusings

    You know what they say about working from home. That it is not easy. Well, add a 16-month-old to the mix and there you have it – a cocktail of the most unproductive working hours with tiredness, restlessness, and impatience growing at an

Gratitude for a not so perfect January

“January is almost over! Already?” Exclaimed Kanna yesterday.   Usually, I would’ve thought the same, but not this time. This month I knew each day that has come and gone. I was aware of the hours and minutes and I tried my best to put it

2017 – Learnings, Gratitude, and Goodbye! #MondayMusings

This year whooshed past by me and I didn’t even realize it. As ridiculous as it may sound, I am getting mixed up with years – 2017 and 2016, they all more of a hazy memory. Though it feels like months sped along without a

The Finale #writetribe #Writetribeproblogger

With this post, I have successfully completed the Write Tribe Pro Blogger challenge.  All through the month of October, I have been posting twice a week on both my blogs.   I got to read some great blogs during this challenge. Some new, some old. Discovering awesome blogs is

What doesn’t kill you.. #writebravely #Writetribeproblogger

..makes you stronger. This song was playing on the radio while I was driving today morning. This line “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger” was stuck in my mind. While it was inspiring to listen to the song, I kept thinking if it was

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