The best and the most pleasant compliment that I often get since I became a mother is,
“You haven’t changed at all! You look all the same!”.
My response? I smile and die a little more inside. Yes! I really DIE every time I hear this, because instead of making me happy I feel like I’ve just been hit in the face yet again.
These compliments, these reactions of friends and relatives only remind me that although I haven’t changed at all on the outside, I’m totally a different person on the inside; and by inside I mean not just mentally but more physically.
Here’s what my post-baby body got me and here’s what you too should get prepared for in case you’re expecting a baby or have just become a mother: Continue reading
Imagine life without the terms ‘homework’, ‘tests’, ‘exams’ and ‘assignments’ or ‘revisions’? Well, these will make not just our kids’ life but even our life, much happier and easier to lead!
But, unfortunately, the hard truth of life is that it is not possible to completely eliminate these from our educational life. We have to learn to live with these and so have to our children! They will have to do their homework daily – no matter what; they will have to appear for unit tests and final exams- no matter what and they will have to have to (repeated intentionally) ‘study’-no matter what!
If all this is an inseparable part of our kids’ (and indirectly our) life then why not make them go through it happily?
Now the biggest question that arises is, how to make them say yes to studies? How to make them love their books? How to make them look forward to doing their homework?
Here are 5 innovative ways to create interest in your kids towards studies and help them study in a smarter way: Continue reading