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More than a Private Pain

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More than a Private Pain – Common symptoms of endometriosis We all have our aches and pains, things that annoy us, but we live with them. We’ve all felt that twinge or tingle signs and symptoms of endometriosis that is... (Continue reading)

Announcing Bloggermoms Writers Award Winners

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It is our pleasure to announce the winners of the Bloggermoms Writers Award for January. Please join us in congratulating Malini and Tana  – Malini for her chicken with pasta and red pesto sauce and Tana for her post on... (Continue reading)

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For one more day

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Few weeks back I came across a book by Mitch Albom, ‘For one more day.’ A casual glance at the back cover revealed that the book talks about Charley Benetto, a broken man with a destroyed life, career and family and... (Continue reading)

Healthy Kids Lunch Menu with a multicultural twist

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Healthy Multicultural childrens lunch menu ideas. Thats what I post every week as a starter and I am late with the menu this week! But maybe you guys can extend it to the next? Sorry for the delay, just caught... (Continue reading)

Japanese Dolls Festival – Hinamatsuri

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Hinamatsuri, or Girls Day (also known as the Japanese Dolls festival) is celebrated on March 3. As I child I remember reading about the Japanese Dolls Festival – of Hinamatsuri. Wikipedia has a great article on the topic, which you... (Continue reading)

My journey of writing … to publishing – Emotions

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Last week I began posting on my journey of writing and publishing, focusing on inspirations. This week I am sharing the emotional aspect of my journey. I had written (essays and poetry) since I was little, but I clearly recall the first... (Continue reading)

Celebrating Holi and some traditional recipes

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Holi, the festival of colours is one of the most important Hindu festivals, where people indulge in revelry and merry making with friends and relatives. Legend of Lord Krishna is associated with Holi as it is believed that Lord Krishna... (Continue reading)

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Fun recipe to cook with kids – Volcano Meatloaf

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Quick and fun recipe for a meal to cook with kids - volcano meatloaf with candy sweet potatoes and brocolli.... (Continue reading)

Remedy for rough skin – Post Holi or Sun Exposure

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Skin feels rough post Holi or Sun exposure? The Sun or the colors and the soap that follows can leave your skin feeling rough. For a quick pick me up and soother, take the cream that forms on top of boiled... (Continue reading)

Holi Contest

A Holi Contest! For writers, bloggers, moms, parents. Win a $20 Starbucks Gift Card or Rs. 1000 (in India- thats the approximate equivalent of $20 as of today) now on Bloggermoms. Write a post on Holi on this site between February... (Continue reading)

Spiderman, Superman, Batman

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We moved to Singapore about two months back and contrary to what most relatives and friends had said, the move turned out to be the toughest on my darling boy. He is extremely attached with his grandparents, cousins, uncles and... (Continue reading)

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Sensory Integration Disorder / Sensory Integration Dysfunction

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Just the other day, one of my friends was asking about Sensory Integration Disorder. As I had no information, I decided to do some net search and came to know about some relevant and startling facts. After going through several... (Continue reading)

My journey of writing … to publishing – Inspirations

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Since I was a little girl, I loved to express myself, and share with others. With words, with music, with paints. I also came to love what I now call “synaesthesia* in creative expressions – where story meets architecture and architecture... (Continue reading)

Preventing Cracked Nails in Kids

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If you kids get cracked nails, try giving them more Jello. The gelatin apparently helps improve nail strength.... (Continue reading)

Holi Celebrations in Preschool and School

Holi Celebration Ideas for Schools and Preschools includes craft, party and other celebration ideas for preschoolers and older kids... (Continue reading)

Childrens Lunch Menu for This Week – Multicultural Ideas

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Kids lunch box ideas. Kids lunch box recipes. I struggle with this every week, so I thought writing it down would give me ideas and make me more disciplined and reduce the morning rush. I try to keep it multicultural... (Continue reading)

Home Remedies for Constipation

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Home remedies for constipation or natural cures for constipation are in my opinion the right way  to go. Many of these are surprisingly effective. Especially in the case of constipation in babies or toddlers or constipation in pregnant women natural... (Continue reading)

Growing up

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Every morning we hurry to get the babe off to school. Sometimes he is sleepy, sometimes not. Its wake up, dress, brush, breakfast, pack lunch, feed baby breakfast – just a mad rush. Then he is off. I am till mid... (Continue reading)

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The Efficient Mom – 5 things I cant do without part 2

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In my last post, I mentioned there are five things I must have with me before leaving the house.  The first one is antibacterial wipes and the second is little packets of tissue.  I stash them in my purse, diaper... (Continue reading)

Quick Tips For Hair Care

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