Barnali Roy

She is a homemaker who has willingly chosen family commitments over a full-time career. She loves reading, writing, voicing her opinion, cooking and generally lazing around. She freelances as a writer for blogs and believes in the power of words to change the world.

The unnecessary baggage of guilt

How many of us can honestly claim to have felt no guilt while a) Having a good time b) Enjoying well deserved success c) Genuinely feeling happy about something? I am sure even in your purest moments of joy or success, you have felt guilty about either neglecting your loved ones, or paying less attention …

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Middle-age peeves

Middle age is rather a difficult beast to deal with. Yes yes, the forties are the new thirties and all that, but the fact remains that being on the wrong side of forties has me grappling with physical and mental issues like never before. For one, your skin and hair are not what they once …

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A homemaker’s job

[mnky_ads id=”1737″] A housewife’s job, as they say, is never done. It goes on 24/7, 365 days a year. While corporate and other jobs have holidays and weekends, our load increases on these days. Because with others at home, we get busy getting them to enjoy themselves. So we work twice as hard!! What with …

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Hinterland ki dulhaniya

While still a mainstream commercial film, Badrinath ki Dulhaniya delivers an upbeat message about changing gender roles

Personal Space In A Relationship Holds It Together

With a few examples of modern-day relationships, let’s take a look at how important it is to give space in a relationship. Who knows, maybe once you do give each other some much-needed personal space, the marriage will start feeling a lot more fulfilling!

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