My City Woman's blog on being-an-imperfect-parent

Being An “Imperfect” Parent

This blog is not about preaching how to be a perfect parent. It is about learning to adapt our parenting style to our child’s needs and giving them a childhood they can truly cherish when they grow up. A child gives birth to a parent. While every parent tries to give their best to their […]

My City Woman's blog on things that we can learn from children

6 Things My Kids Teach Me Everyday

Think out of the box, speak the truth, live in present etc.are the few things that our children teach us everyday. Time to take lessons from our kids.

My City Woman's blog on how to raise kids with great values

3 Values To Teach Your Kids

The three attributes of great leaders that you can instil in your child. These would not make your child “soft” but strong from within to lead with confidence, win people’s hearts and emerge a true winner in life.

My City Woman's tips to find me time

How to find time for yourself from your “busy schedule”

A de-stressed mom is happy, so she can keep her family happy too. No one likes to see a grumpy over-worked woman at home for sure. We give you tried and tested tips on how to organise your schedule so you find that precious time for yourself.

My City Woman's blog on lesson to learn from French parenting

Lesson To Learn From French Parenting

A well-behaved child is every parents dream. While most parents scream and shout, trying to control their unruly kids, these parenting tips from France are really an eye-opener. We get you parenting lessons – the French style.

My City Woman's tips to beat monsoon blues

How To Beat The Monotony Of Rainy Season

Long after the romance of the rainy season has ceased, one can really long for a little sunshine. Overcast grey skies, damp weather, itchy throat, the prolonged rainy season can do enough to pull you down. A stay at home mom cannot escape it anyways. Don’t let it dampen your spirit though! Here is how to beat the monotony of rainy season.

My City Woman's tips for new moms to beat stress

Are You Turning Into A Zombie Mommy?

Hours of endless attention to the child leave little room for the new mum to even think about herself or catch up on that much needed sleep. Feels like you are turning into a zombie? Welcome to motherhood! How best can you beat the phase and stay sane? Read here 5 Tips for new moms to beat stress and prevent yourself from turning into a zombie!

My City Woman's list on life skills to teach your kids

5 Life Skills To Teach Your Kids

Teach your kids these life skills and they would thank you for it later on in life. These would make your kids responsible and independent. Read on for more.

are women conditioned to sacrifice

Are Women Conditioned To Sacrifice?

Since the time a girl breathes life into this world, she is made to realise that she is born with a virtue of sacrifice.Why are women conditioned to sacrifice?

My City Woman's blog on how to raise independent kids

Raising Independent Kids

As parents we all want to raise our kids well. We take care not to let them bother with “small” meticulous details of life. Raising independent kids is an art. Some do’s and don’ts that can go a long way to ensure that your kids grow up into independent and responsible individuals.

My City Woman's blog on why physical activities are important for kids

Are your Kids Physically Active?

Are your kids physically active? We help you discover benefits of playing for kids and how you can help them to include playtime in daily routine.

My City Woman's blog on how to cope with post partum depression

Post Partum Depression – How to Cope

Some mothers experience post partum depression. In this blog we discuss symptoms of post partum depression and how to cope with post partum depression.

My City Woman's blog on child sexual abuse

Child Sexual Abuse – How To Recognise and Prevent It

Child abuse can be an extremely traumatizing experience for the child; and for the parent, no less. What’s also disturbing is that sometimes the child may not even know that he or she is being subjected to an abuse. They may not be able to express or confide in the closest of family member. it gets more complicated when it is the caregiver who is responsible for the abuse. As responsible parents, we need to keep ourselves alert and identify any sign of abuse in our children. Read here for more..

My City Woman's blog on toilet training for toddlers

How to potty train your child

Potty training is the most critical of skill one can teach their child at a very young age. Many parents wait until the child is about age to go to the playgroup. Some depend on the daycares to teach the child the nuances. Once the baby is 2 years old, getting him or her to learn a new way may become tricky. Read here on how to potty train your child with ease