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 →
What is that something you value more now than before? I think inarguably we all agree what a weird year it has been and still is. While India is watching the rundown of its healthcare system, we anxiously are watching an uncertain tomorrow. Which brings me to think about my blessings in life and what... Continue Reading →
Growing up, I remember Poila Boishak or Bengali New year used to be a grandeur celebration at my Thakurda and Dadu’s Bari! Hailing from a typical Bangaal family, this day was all about family time, gourmet dishes and Rabindra sangeet. Ma made sure she cooked the traditional delicacies. While the whole house was riding their... Continue Reading →
I know it’s premature, but I have begin thinking about the next adventure Jack is to embark on. Six months down the track, the relationship with …NaNoWriMo (April) – Day 29
A matchbox sized house = less space to cleanBig rooms to clean = a big houseDirty clothes piling up = quality time with my babyAn exuberant child = growing healthy A messy house = a roofBaby clinging to me = I am there for herToys here and there = learning the art of independence How... Continue Reading →