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Long gone are the days when the careers of children were decided before they even learnt to walk. Gone are the days of preconceived societal notions where a baby boy would grow up to be an engineer and a baby girl would become a doctor.
The nature of professions in 2020 has augmented more than mere engineers and doctors. From chefs to athletes, from a scientist to a detective; your child could become the next Prime Minister of the country if they wanted.
Parents Day is soonMORE
India is home to the largest millennial population in the world. Yes, you heard that right! In India, millennials (Gen Y) make up for nearly 34% of the country's total population and 47% of its workforce. They’re digital-first, and lately, digital-only.
They’re accustomed to instant gratification - everything on-demand, right now. ToMORE
Your life is marked by milestones.
College graduation, 30th birthday, wedding, first home purchase, first child, so on and so forth. This list of milestones doesn’t end until you do.
The transition between various stages is what represents the major moments of your life, and as you move from one milestone to the next, your needs, goals, and expectations change.
Today, you might be young, carefree, and probably not overburdened with too much responsibility. But remember,MORE
The year 2020 is going to be hard to forget. (Also, hard to memorize, for kids taking their board exams 50 years later).
The Covid-19 pandemic has, in many ways, unveiled the world and all the supposed safety we thought it brings. It has pulled the reins of economies around the globe, locked down countries far and wide, and made people lose their jobs.
January 2020 was the time when news about this virus started floating. Back then, none of us could’ve foreseen theMORE
When it comes to your children, the sky's the limit. A part of you wants to shower them with all the luxuries in the world - everything you didn’t get, and then some more. But at what cost? Where do you draw the line? How much is too much, and how little is too little? You don’t want them growing up to be irresponsible with money - or too frugal. You want to provide them with a safety net - but not so much that they become dependent on it for survival! What to do?!
As a parent, it isMORE