Sudha Menon needs no introduction. She is a successful Author, a columnist and a writing coach. She has written four non-fiction books, Leading Ladies: Women Who Inspire India, Legacy: Letters to their daughters from eminent Indian men and women, Gifted: inspirational stories of people with disabilities and Devi, Diva or She-Devil:
Dearest Darling Wow Parents, Here we are with an innovative idea. But before we move to the idea part, let me explain the WHY behind the idea. Maximum amount of literature written by management experts, is around Motivation and Leadership – Parents need to be experts in both. Many of
How exciting it is when someone shares their personal journey of success, of trials and tribulations with us. We feel connected with that individual at a deeper level. We feel we have lived that journey with him/ her. What if we have successful parents sharing their parenting stories with us?
It is so difficult to have a conversation with my child. He answers in just one or two words. I ask, ‘How was your day?’. He answers, ‘Ok’ or ‘All good’. And then, he gets busy on his phone. How to talk with him? What to talk with him? When
Parents these days are doing so much to ensure that their kids get the best of everything. Right from sending kids to exceptionally good schools to getting them home tutoring, teaching them swimming, skating and what not, parents are trying to do a lot. All this stems from the desire
Communication is key is any relationship. Kids these days are way smarter than we were while growing up. Five-year olds know how to download apps from a play store. Seven-year olds are putting up awesome YouTube videos. A little older kids know how to get themselves from one place to
The other day, when my colleague and I carried some work home from office. We were busy pouring through files and data when her ten-year-old son walked into the kitchen. He wanted his evening snack. My colleague told him exactly where it was kept and how, after eating, he should
I met my school friend recently, who is a mother of a cute five-year-old boy Jay. I was at her place for a cup of coffee. Her husband Kumar, was busy with his phone. Jay was taking his nap. She was sharing with me how sometimes, parenting can be daunting.
So many times in life, when we go through challenging situations at work or in our personal lives, we think to ourselves, “Wish I was taught how to deal with such stuff and not just math and history, back in school!” We all need certain life skills, to be able
I read this wonderful post on Facebook the other day, which talked about how parenting these days has become more of a competition than an organic journey. Parents, these days are judged for everything. “Are you a stay-at-home parent, running around your kids? God, you have no life. Your kids