Today’s guest post is by Mrs. Joanna Santillan.
As the saying goes: “It’s not about the destination, it’s about the journey.” And yes, planning is a big part of the journey to a wonderful vacation. Going out on a holiday with the family is an amazing way to bond and make new memories with them. It’s also worth highlighting that the kids won’t stay young for long. So while they’re still kids, plan a vacation or two. Here’s a list of tips when planning a vacation where everyone will enjoy: Continue reading
I have a huge blank wall in my room (now more of my son’s room) staring at me all day and it’s been days since I have been thinking of painting it or decorating it or writing something on it or sticking stickers on it or …… (Ideas anyone?)
A simple and hassle-free idea that came to my mind was that of using wallpapers. I googled it in and out and am presenting here a few unique ideas that are really creative and colorful, churned out of my search and research.
Check them out and tweak these ideas a bit here and a bit there and get down to giving a cool and refreshing look to your kids’ room… Continue reading
Hello New Mummas!
Recently, I have been getting a lot of queries from new Mummas and thought of doing a post for them – a post to help them get through those first few days or weeks of motherhood.
Here are 13 of my tips and advice, churned purely out of experience: Continue reading
A few days back, a friend looked at this Whatsapp display pic of mine and asked,
“How are you so slim?
How did you get here?
Give me some tips too!”
I read her messages and started pondering over it.
Surprisingly, I was at typing out the reply, the very next moment and here’s what I wrote: Continue reading
Summers are here and they are here big time! Mornings are all about cold coffees, mango coolers and butter milk and evenings are filled with one ice cream or the other. Mangoes, water melons, raw mango pickles, curd and kulfis top the list as Messiahs to save us from the summer heat.
As adults we feel so troubled by the summer heat and the scorching May sun and it gets difficult for me to imagine the plight of our little ones who are young and tender enough to get hurt even by touching a hot cup of tea. Needless to mention the effect of the harsh weather on them.
But you need not worry! Beingmumma is here with some cool tips, home remedies, activities and ideas to help your kiddo beat the summer heat. So, get ready to read and learn your bible of summer tips by heart , this year! 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
Last weekend, my son got blessed with his first ever trip to a Zoo. We were out for some work and suddenly the idea of visiting the zoo clicked us from nowhere. Summers are just setting in, at Hyderabad and thus we thought that no other month other than February could be cooler to visit the zoo. So, the trip was absolutely unplanned and still we managed to make the most of it! Sharing with you some pics and my learning from the wonderful trip we had! Continue reading