A good relationship starts with good communication. And it couldn’t be more true. Even the most complicated of problems gets simplified if only we can talk about it in a language that is acceptable to all (we’ll talk about it more later in the blog). But for now let’s understand that nurturing positive communication is…
We all crave those heart-warming moments, the shared laughter, and the joy of togetherness. In these fast-paced times, nurturing strong family relationships is more crucial than ever. Whether it’s a game night, a heart-to-heart conversation, or even a shared meal, every interaction adds a stitch to the beautiful tapestry of our family story.
The need of the hour is for us to create a strong foundation of positive habits in our children; and this need has never been greater. Good habits not only shape children’s character but also significantly impact their academic performance, emotional well-being, and overall life trajectory.
With Crazy Wise Owl, education is no longer a destination, but a delightful journey filled with laughter, joy, and endless possibilities.
If you need to write something, use the doc file. And then save it as doc or txt or xyz. It sucks the joy out of writing. And it fills me with dread. My mind goes blank. Instead of words, it’s cold sweat.
And believe me, the first week of the year is the most promising as it infuses fresh enthusiasm and energy into our weary bones, making everything look doable.
Maybe because it’s these diluted aspirations which keep us hopeful about the future. The gelatinous turbidity of our lives ensconces our hopes reminding us of the knob on the walking stick used by Richard Attenborough in Jurassic Park. The tiny mosquito embedded in the blazing glow of the lava rock, remember it?
Reading has been a big part of who I’m. Give me a book and I can spend days immersed in the parallel world, oblivious to the real world around me. There have been times when, because I was at some crucial point in the narrative, the house was ignored, cooking was near palatable, and sleep was a distant, disruptive activity.