The Need for Body Positivity in Education

The Need for Body Positivity in Education

Till now, throughout the Body Positivity Project, we have discussed the various stigmas surrounding the "ideal body", battle of mind and body, need for acceptance, and some amazing advice given from personal experience on taking the path towards self by women with diverse backgrounds. Having done that, how can we forget the root of it [...]

Sleep like a Baby?

Sleep like a Baby?

Author: Nayana Chakrabarti, Parenting and Education Editor Whoever came up with the saying ‘to sleep like a baby’ had clearly never met a baby in their lives Right? Right. Whilst newborns can and often do sleep for up to 16 hours a day, they do not necessarily sleep when their parents and caregivers want them [...]

7 Ways To Build Resilience in Children

7 Ways To Build Resilience in Children

"Resilience means  you experience, you feel, you fail,  you hurt.  You fall,  You stand back up  You learn, And you keep going" Today on the blog, we have the lovely Saakshi Singla from India, who is a Gender Equality Parenting Expert and a Family coach. She is a mother of two fiercely independent and resilient [...]

Beginning Kindergarten In Switzerland

Beginning Kindergarten In Switzerland

Author: Nayana Chakrabarti, Parenting and Education Editor My youngest begins kindergarten next week and she’s so very excited. It’s very cute and also very contagious. Although, of course, ‘contagious’ is a word best used cautiously in these times! But nevertheless, I’m sure you know what I mean! This will be my second time at the [...]