Mom, wife, sister, friend, employee, student, homemaker, teacher and caregiver all at the same time all equally demanding attention. 2020 had been exhausting for women and a few men too. After reflecting on the year, I did some thinking on what worked and what didn’t work in trying to manage the up’s and down’s. Here are some of the things I will be doing this year, which have served me and my family well.Read More
Featured guest post from a lovely follower Nabeelah Menk. She shares her gratitude journey with us through all the struggles she has faced over the past few years and how she has learnt to over come it.Read More
The simplistic talk of a normal person, a father, a husband, a son, and brother. I Might come across as brass but I feel voice your opinion, and you shall be heard. Something I teach my kids who now live in a world that is nearly abnormal.
As the Father of my children needing to know what their schedules were like for school and worrying about my son making the cricket team and the soccer team for his school, interested in listening to my daughter talk about her day and her very trivial 8 year old girl quarrels of Barbies and Pocket Polly.
WOW was that normal?Read More
As I lay in bed I can’t help it but tears won’t stop flowing. I have this deep deep sadness embedded within my soul. My cheeks feel raw from wiping my tears away constantly. So many thoughts and questions flowing through my head, and with each thought follows the tears.
I hate being a mom! Why don’t I love my baby? I have to be the worst woman in the world! Who doesn’t love their own baby?
All I wanted was for it to end. I have always been the person to fear death, but here I was fascinated by ending my own life…Read More
From a young age I was very driven and motivated to be the best. My parents were in top positions and made a great life for themselves and me. They always pushed me to be the best i could be. So from academics to sports, I always managed to keep myself in the top of…Read More