Tips and titbits on Parenting, Newborn Care and New Mum's life. Heartfelt articles on contemplation related to the battle of living a balanced life with an intent of inspiration. A plethora of recipes. Anecdotes of adventure, from a weekend guide to long trips.
“My View From Home” is a happy medium. It is a platform to share my experiences with a dose of inspiration and learning. It’s about enjoying life’s simple pleasures. The name “My View From Home” didn’t come out just randomly, it represents much more! It is about ceaseless struggles between parenting and work-life balance, it is... Continue Reading →
Well, I’m Attreyee Paul, the teacher, artist, mother, wife, food-enthusiast, blogger, Indian-origin Bengali girl behind “My View From Home”. I come from a family having an amalgamation of scientists, artists and good cooks and this is how love for each of my passion was embedded into my DNA. I qualified as a postgraduate in Biotechnology... Continue Reading →
I am a Delhiite by birth but there is nothing Delhiite about me. During my springtime years, going to a party was a big deal for people like me. When I asked Ma for consent, she would direct me to Baba for approval and I would shuffle between them like a shuttlecock. And all of... Continue Reading →
Source:googleimages According to experts👨🔬🧑🔬, the newly documented case of coronavirus infection that is continuing to spread around us is not the same as the virus that emerged in Wuhan province of China in late 2019. This is because (like many other viruses) coronavirus is prone to changes in its genetic structure because of its process... Continue Reading →
COVID-19 has made us sit indoors, look at sunsets and raw-gray skies, marvel sun-kissed mornings and rainstorms, capture their beauty and not destroy the environment. The reaching peaks of pollution level has gone down and we are breathing the best quality of air. It’s not only for today that we must mull over the importance... Continue Reading →
Wednesday | May 19th 2021 |7.30 pm It was raining! I perched on my blue loveseat in the challenge of beginning a new book and closing its climax at one go. The smoke of my kadak chai in front of me, time in my hand and the smell of joy in my heart is exactly... Continue Reading →