Time Management For Mom Entrepreneurs

“It’s not enough to be busy, so are the ants. The question is, what are we busy about?” — Henry David Thoreau

Mothers are busier than the bees. With their super planning and execution skills, they make things happen. However, mom entrepreneurs have their hands full as they juggle between family, home and work. 

Finding time for everyone and everything is tricky. Here are a few tips to help mompreneurs with time management.

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How to Develop and Nurture Your Child’s Talents

Children are unique, and each child is born with unique talents. Identifying them at a young age, and encouraging your child to nurture that talent to the best of their ability is what makes all the difference. Parents, teachers, and relatives are instrumental in helping to discover these talents and incorporating them into your child’s life. 

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10 Kid-friendly Exercise Routines to Follow to Stay Fit at Home

“The child has a different relation to his environment from ours…the child absorbs it. The things he sees are not just remembered, they form part of his soul. He incarnates in himself all in the world about him that his eyes see and the ears hear.”          Maria Montessori

We all know children are powerhouses of energy. Movement and  physical activities are key to their mental and physical development. In their growing years, they should explore and discover the best for themselves. You may notice both children and adults are looking for ways to break the monotony of being at home due to online classes and work from home, respectively.

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Tips To Get Your Newborn To Sleep


Did you know that in the first three years more than 1,000,000 million neural connections are formed per second while the baby is in sound sleep? The importance of sleep for babies can’t be overlooked. But babies don’t know how to put themselves to sleep when they’re tired or how to wake up when they’re well-rested. This behaviour needs to be taught by you and to be learned by your munchkin.

Usually, newborns sleep for 14–17 hours over a 24-hour period and need to be fed every 2–3 hours. While the first months of a baby’s life can be the hardest for parents, understand that each baby has a different sleep pattern. So be patient and with time you’ll become your little one’s sleep ninja!

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New Born Baby Essentials

Prepping up for the arrival of a newborn could seem an overwhelming task. With all the excitement and anxiety, as a parent, you would want to give everything to your little dewdrop.

But the truth is your baby won’t need much initially. Just a few basic things with your love, care, attention and good vibes will make her a happy, jiggly-wiggly baby. Being organised and having a few basics ready is the key!

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Tips For Maximum Productivity For Work From Home Moms

Answer the office call.. Feed the kids.. Eat something.. Cook something first.. Manage household chores.. 

Being able to work from home is undoubtedly amazing. With no commute, comfortable pyjamas, loads of family time, it’s just something we all dreamed of at some point in our lives.

But now we moms have realized that it requires a lot of planning, organization and commitment. So to help do that, here are a few things you can consider for maximum productivity while working from home:

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Must Have Baby Products

AC: check, cooler: check, fresh juices: check, tonnes of water: check, cooling powders: check, cotton clothing: check!! Prepping up for summers is a no-brainer for adults but when it comes to our little ones we might have to go a step ahead to protect those rosy smooth cheeks from the scorching heat.

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Toddlers Really Do Have Their Own Language

Aaaunn-aaaunn, baaaaaabbb, duuuuuuuuu or just the eyes.. babies start communicating from the moment they are born.

Initially, a newborn’s cry seems like just a cry but in a few weeks, its parents can easily respond to the needs from the way their little one cries. While we use words, babies express themselves through sounds like crying, cooing and squealing. They also use facial expressions like eye contact, pupil contraction, smile, lips, body gestures or movements to pass on their tinnie tiny messages.

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Positive Effects Of Dance On Children

1-2 ta da, da.. 3-4 ta da, da.. 5-6 ta da, daaaa.. Even the words “let’s dance” could get your little one jumping and moving all over the place. Dancing and moving to a rhythm is like second nature to kids. It is not only the most fun activity for your buttercups but is also a great way to keep them fit.

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How To Develop Your Child’s Talents

A lot of people try to fulfil their aspirations through their kids and expect them to walk on their footsteps. But because of this, your little one’s own dreams and aspirations could get sidetracked. While each child is born with some unexplored talent that needs honing, by tapping into their talents at an early age your bubs could grow and realise their inner potential way faster.

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