Give some space!
For any relationship to thrive, the most important thing needed is space – not necessarily physical.
Can a relationship ever be 50:50?
Go that extra mile for a better relationship.
Information Overload could be creating clueless mini-adults
Information overload can adversely affect children in more ways than one, mainly robbing them of their innocence.
Mama’s Bank Account – “Is Good!”
Mama is resourceful when it comes to finding financial solutions. After all, she had two banks, didn’t she?
Handyman or man handy?
They say that men are not useful around the house and that they can’t do housework. Well, they haven”t met the L&M, then!
The Brat’s tribute to the L&M
Here is to the hero of our times, the man who effortlessly navigated through the confusing and confounding times when everything around us was changing. And not just that, he managed to keep us grounded too, giving us an identity when many were going through an identity crisis.
The Changing Face of Parenthood
Nuclear families and changing lifestyles have made parenting more challenging than ever. How is the present generation faring in comparison to the older generations?
A bagful of treasures
We go through life collecting treasures of precious memories — to hold close to our heart and pull out one at a time to savour at leisure.
Elders: To care or not to care
In all the discussion on eldercare, let us not forget to spare a thought, a smile, a little time, for the lonely, destitute and abandoned elders – who make for a huge number in India, for we are the privileged who are caring and cared for.
What’s in a name?
No wonder Shakespeare asked, ‘What’s in a name?’ He had not met the L&M you see!
Old Age Homes — Orphanages or Summer Camps?
There are as many solutions for elder care as there are families with elders and old age homes are not the only solution as being touted by an increasing number of people.
The global joint family
The Global Joint Families are not so joined, after all. They share their hearts and love, but not the roof. It works perfectly – well, most of the time.