This is the link to Malala Yousafzai’s speech to the Canadian Parliament:
PLEASE watch to the end. These are 20 most-inspiring minutes of my life in a long time.
I want to know how anybody watching this speech is not teary-eyed. I got so many goosebumps- each word was carefully picked and beautifully delivered. Read More →
I don’t usually do book reviews here (I actually don’t know why, maybe I should), but this book I just finished (in a day!) just compelled me to write about it. I just couldn’t resist sharing it with the world. Now I’m not a fan of self-help books or memoirs, and this one is sort of both. But there were some phrases from the book I was exposed to in passing. They just happened to pull me towards them and I HAD to get my hands on this book. Read More →
How many of you mums out there have felt judged, condescended to, sneered at, cold-shouldered, or made to feel inferior by another mom? How many of you have made the school-run in disheveled hair and track pants with not a speck of make up only to find a clique of moms dressed in their pastel brunch-best silks, faced layered with (ironically) au naturel makeup and hair in perfect onion curls? And it doesn’t end with you! The school your little one attends is the primary topic of discussion at every birthday you attend. If I had a dollar for each time I have been asked which school my teeny tot is headed to I would be loaded… and preferably on a plane to South America cackling into the sunset.
Before I dive headfirst into some political incorrectness, Read More →
You turned two yesterday. Needless to say it was an emotional day for me. You are such a special boy, not the average two- year old at all. Your poker-faced humor is very heightened for your age. Your personality is brimming with character. You perceive things much better than the average tot. You take us by surprise all the time with your words and mostly your antics.
The first year went by really fast; the Read More →
It’s 2017 guys. And feminism is still a loaded word. To some it’s a way of life but to many it’s still a threat. Since we are all going to get loads of trite quotes every Women’s Day, I thought I should add my two pence.
Here’s one by Maya Angelou. A fantastic woman by all parameters.
You don’t have to change the world. You need to just do your bit. Let each star shine as bright as it can and one day we will get to that diamond-studded sky.