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15 Frugal Tips To Save A Lot Of Money

15 Frugal Tips To Save A Lot Of Money


March 4, 2021
A frugal lifestyle is often confused with a life that sacrifices on quality. This is because the term frugal is, more often than not, misconstrued as a negative one. If done the right way, choosing to be frugal can actually add more value to your life. Do you agree?  The art of frugal living A […]

Feelings & Finances – the domino effect


September 1, 2020
Women, emotions and the impact of that on the relationship with money. The Law of Attraction is the ability to attract into our lives whatever we are focusing on. It is believed that this law uses the power of the mind to translate whatever is in our thoughts and materialize that into reality. In basic […]

All in a pot of tea.


August 20, 2019
Anamika Singh is a second generation tea sommelier who has been learning, absorbing, experiencing, creating and spreading the good word of tea for the past 30 years. She has lived her life largely in the mountains of Darjeeling & Dharamsala. Around 6 years ago, after working for a considerable amount of time with her father, Abhai Singh in […]

There’s a new Spice Girl on the block


August 14, 2019
This one is not to be confused with the famous girl band from the 90s. Singapore-based Namita Moolani Mehra is a mom of two and is the founder of Indian Spicebox. Her brand is about enabling families to eat more wholesome home-cooked meals, including healthier versions of restaurant favourites. Simple recipes are packaged with wonderful […]

Love at first sight!


August 5, 2019
Rucha Mulay, founder of R Pilates Studio in Pune is also the pioneer of equipment Pilates in the same city. Having flown for British Airways as an international cabin crew for 10 years, Rucha’s love for Pilates was a discovery during one of her trips to London that set her on a journey from where there’s […]
Women and Money: A Long Distance Relationship

Women and Money: A Long Distance Relationship


January 31, 2019
A large part of our belief system is based on how we are conditioned since childhood. I come from a time when most grand – mothers around me were quintessential homemakers. They were entrusted with the responsibility of taking care of the home, family and kids, while the men in the family were solely and […]
Aditi’s Money Story: I Was Always Conditioned To Save First

Aditi’s Money Story: I Was Always Conditioned To Save First


December 21, 2018
Aditi is one of my earliest female clients. And the reason I chose to write about her money story today, is because she inspires me. A couple of months back, a common friend gave me her contact and we decided to meet at her place. She was newly married and I had almost barged into […]