Lookin’ heavy but feeling light,
A spring in her step because she feels alright.
More on her middle and less junk on her face,
It drives many women crazy, this acceptance of age.
That pursuit of youth, it’s a really huge business,
Keeps the doctors working – fills hospitals and clinics.
But chemical free is HER way, and she feels
It will keep her away from autoimmune disease.
2016 was a good year
It’s the year I decided to go chemical free with home and personal care products, after I was diagnosed with an inflamed thyroid and treated with steroids for a few months, until my tests went back to normal.
I made this decision after I read The Thyroid Cure by Michelle Corey. Continue reading Keep Her Away From Autoimmune Disease
This is my story and the story of many young couples today. It’s about a journey to work-life balance.
9 to 5 equals 7 to 7,
On days that are busy, they’re home after eleven.
Both of them work and their schedule’s real tight,
It’s what they expected, but this busy isn’t right. Continue reading This busy
Stand up and fight for what is right,
With words imperfect, but a heart that’s alright.
Be the flame that sheds light – alive and strong,
When society wants a display of money, or when you see something wrong. Continue reading Stand up and fight for what is right
Friends told us that moving to Kharghar cuts routine visits to the doctor! I didn’t really believe this when I heard about it, but it’s true!
We visit the doctor once a year,
When we’re not feeling too good. Just to be sure all is clear.
The doctor tells us to have some tests,
But we decide to try lifestyle changes, and a little rest.
Continue reading A visit to Dr Google
Do you ever,
Leave your house without your phone,
Call up somebody who lives alone?
Feel grateful for the friend who was there through the sad,
Let your maid have a day off when her back is bad?
Continue reading Do you ever?