Gardening is a very rewarding hobby, one where you can actually see your efforts bearing fruit, literally. If you have space, nothing like creating a little oasis within your apartment – a green terrace or balcony to relax in. You … Continue reading Gardening Online – Gift or Grow!
Library of books at home is a little piece of heaven on earth. Yet, book lovers often find themselves in a spot. For the love of reading, they just keep buying books. One fine day they realize that the bookshelf … Continue reading Library At Home A Mess? Try Libib!
Today is #InternationalYogaDay. World over millions of people have adopted yoga as a way of life and yoga has helped them in numerous ways – mental peace, physical fitness, fight against a disease, etc. Yoga is an ancient physical, mental and … Continue reading Strike a Yoga Pose with an App!
Summer’s here, way too early and the kids are driving you crazy as much as the heat is? A blog is a great project they can take up to keep themselves busy. Most kids like to read and write when … Continue reading Blog away the Summer Holidays, Kids!
Everyone and their dog has an opinion these days. And they are willing to tell you what it is. So why not use the various tools available for surveys to easily gather opinions, views, ideas or just good ‘ol data! … Continue reading Surveys Galore – All you have to do is Ask!
Chefkraft is a saviour! It will soon be my turn to host a few friends for lunch and I think I have found just the kind of help I was looking for! These friends have been delighting me with their culinary … Continue reading Chefkraft – Be a MasterChef at Home!
When I wrote about young moms at the workplace and maternity policies, I said that the next growing concern is geriatric care. Those who raised us and took care of us are now ageing and in need of our support to … Continue reading Ageing with Care
Just when you thought you had seen all there was to see in speciality chefs, food and tech and startups … there is a new trend emerging, one that aims to bring people together and not just order remotely and … Continue reading Dining at the Chef’s Home!
I was about 8 years old, in front of a Commodore 64 and a book from the NY public library on coding in BASIC. It was addictive – drawing shapes, sorting numbers, making images appear and disappear. While that was many … Continue reading Coding – how to kickstart the kids
Memories of good times and great places are very often linked to aromas, flavours and food. When you set out on a journey, friends and family will tell you not to miss the peta in Agra, the daal-bati-churma in Jaisalmer, the appam-stew in Kumarakom… you get the drift. Oh and yes, don’t miss the Taj and sand dunes and houseboats either!
As we all hopefully get to celebrate this Diwali with our close family and friends and loved ones, I wanted to share a couple of interesting sites for getting your fix. Continue reading Food Memories – Find them Online
Book junkie? So how many expensive, hard-bound, non-fiction books are sitting by your bedside waiting for the full moon day when you will finally read them and make more intelligent conversation? I have 2 to 3 always. A high-profile biography … Continue reading Book Summaries by Blinkist, for a Smarter You
It’s Saturday morning and a hyperlocal experiment is playing on my mind. I have decided to fix a basket of goods and order from each of the new hyperlocal superstars that have hit the scene. Taking a page from the … Continue reading Hyperlocal Grocery Experiment – the day I ordered from all of them!