Nov 9, 2016
It couldn’t be true. There must have been a mistake. He couldn’t have won. Those were my thoughts as I read my feed on Twitter & Facebook this morning after a restless sleep, filled with anxiety while awaiting the results from yesterday’s Presidential election.
How was this possible? After millions of Americans who exercised their right to vote, from young adults to senior citizens of...
May 10, 2015
On Friday, May 1st 2015, the 3rd Mom+Social Good Summit took place at the New York Times Center and I was honored to be invited to attend this year as a Blogger. Having attended the previous year’s summit and remembering how incredible the event was, I hoped it would be as exciting and it was.
The theme this year was “What Kind of World Do You Want For Your Family in 2030?” and the...
Dec 12, 2014
Using an ATM is universally known as dispensing currency at any given time, but in India, ATM-like machines are being used to literally save lives.
In India, women and girls are constantly subject to abuse, either physical, mental, or both. Women who are involved in these circumstances try to take matters into their own hands by reporting abuse to the police, but often, their complaints go unnoticed or...
Apr 13, 2014
What would you do if your child asks if he/she could spend a few hours at a friend’s house without any adult supervision? Would it matter if the child he/she was hanging out with was of the opposite sex?
As a mom of a 15 year old daughter, I have had no problems over the years of letting my child spend time with her friends, boys and girls, so long as I knew the parents and if a parent was present...
Dec 17, 2012
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