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Book Review – Desert Plant

What's in the Book? Abhijit has described the title very well, Desert Plant is an extremely sturdy plant, which stays green even by staying in the scant environment, and the negative part is anyone trying to chew a desert plant gets a bloody mouth. So the microfiction story characters are also like the plant, who… Continue reading Book Review – Desert Plant

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Book Review – My Friends from Indian Mythology

What's in the book? To begin with, I loved the title very much, It will surely attract kids to know more as sometimes mythological characters are taken seriously and then avoided but this book showcases them in an easy way and thus one can easily peep into history and let kids enjoy their tales. The… Continue reading Book Review – My Friends from Indian Mythology

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Book Review – Sugar and Ice and All That’s Nice

What's in the Book? Now that's one title that rhymed well that too when I was in a mood to enjoy my drink and sing. Are you looking for scrumptious summer coolers cocktails and yummy desserts then this is the book to read for sure. So here comes our savior to tackle all our summer… Continue reading Book Review – Sugar and Ice and All That’s Nice

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Let’s fold and share the load

Hey, Sonny boys of mine... What an eventful month and productive holidays we had. We washed the clothes together Also, We cleaned the cupboards otehr day, We washed the utensils Had a great time when We laid tables, made teas and I'm really thankful that you both were a great help to me. Soon your… Continue reading Let’s fold and share the load

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EBook Excitement and all you need to know

Hello guys and gals, so you have finally decided to go for your eBook, firstly let me congratulate you for taking this decision. What a feeling wow, your own eBook, your name on it, you will be the published author and what a recognition it is. I must congratulate to you beforehand and ask for… Continue reading EBook Excitement and all you need to know

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SonDay Funday clean-Day

Yet another week to spread the #sharetheLoad. I'm loving this initiative by Ariel as this all brings my boys more close to me, thankfully its chutti time here so I am able to get them freely and willingly with me. “If sharing the load is taught at an impressionable age, it becomes a part of… Continue reading SonDay Funday clean-Day

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Mother of Trees #WATWB

The invaluable service done by Saalumarada Thimmakka who is also known as the mother of trees to our environment has got worldwide recognition, recently she got awarded with 2019 Padma Shree for her contribution to social work and environment. She is indeed a daughter of the country whose name we take with immense pride. Saalumarada… Continue reading Mother of Trees #WATWB

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SonDay cleaning my wardrobe

Once again it's time to share the load and this time its my candies who are helping me to clean the wardrobe too. I was out for a whole month because of an ongoing event/ conference. Once it got over I can sense the wardrobe was calling me to let it breathe. I just shared… Continue reading SonDay cleaning my wardrobe

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Son Share the Laundry

Recently I came across this Ariel India‘s campaign about “ShareTheLoadMovement”  on Blogadda.com. I am proud to have always had my boys to share the load with me since they grew up to understand this thing. It all started when we got transferred to a new location. I live with two boys, husband and inlaws so… Continue reading Son Share the Laundry

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UPMAIngredients 200 gm semolina1/2 teaspoon mustard seeds4 chopped green chili2 dry red chili1/4 cup peasonion 1 finely choppedcapsicum (green pepper) 1 finely chopped1 carrotcumin seeds 1/2 tsp1 small chopped ginger100 ml of vegetable oil1/2 teaspoon urad dalwater as requiredsalt to taste METHOD Take a large pan, add vegetable oil in it and heat it over… Continue reading UPMA


Jalapeno poppers

Ingredients 10 Jalapeño peppers (about 2–3 inches long)1 cup Cream cheese1 Cup of Shredded Cheddar Cheese1 tsp Worcestershire sauceOptional: 12 slices of BaconOptional: Spices, such as Cumin, Onion Powder, Garlic Powder, Paprika, Salt, Pepper...Full of spices isn't it! METHOD Cut in slits jalapeños lengthwise with a paring knife and remove seeds. Leave stems intact. In a large bowl,… Continue reading Jalapeno poppers


Moong Dal Chila

moong bean pancakes that are the perfect hand-held lunchbox treat Ingredients: 3/4 cup Moong dal/ Split green2 green chilies finely chopped1 1/2 inch piece Ginger grated1/4 tsp Turmeric powderSalt to tasteSplit green5-6 cloves garlic roughly chopped1 medium onion roughly choppedSalt to taste1/4 teaspoon red chili powderOil to shallow fryPaneer grated optional for filling Instructions Soak moong dal in three cups of water for about half an hour.Drain… Continue reading Moong Dal Chila