I still remember that beautiful day. The day I got to hold the sweetest being in my arms, having my first picture with her and being all smiley even after a long labour, which ended unexpectedly in an emergency caesarean section. Stepping into the identity of a mum and going on this motherhood journey hasContinue reading “4 Lessons from Motherhood”
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The Irony of a Safety Net
Do you remember as a kid when you watched the acrobats who would swing high in the air? How did they get so good!?
Unconditional Parenting by Alfie Kohn
Prolific education and parenting author Alfie Kohn argues that there is a better way to parent than using rewards and punishments.
Overdoing Goal Setting
People always tell you to be specific about your goals. The more specific you are, the more likely you can achieve your goals. For the most part, that’s true isn’t it?
How Children Learn by John Holt
This is a book that I wish all parents could read before they start getting uptight about their children’s education. The premise is that if you let kids be curious, they will be motivated to learn.