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Happy Women’s Day: The Story and History of ‘We Can Do It’ Poster

Posters are designed. Posters are used. Posters are forgotten. However, some posters remain in the pages of history forever. We Can Do It, sometimes misidentified with Rosie the Riveter, is one such poster. You sure have seen this poster at least once in your life. And it is highly likely that, nine out of ten, you have seen it in connection to feminism, women’s rights, women’s movements, women empowerment campaigns…

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10 Tips and Tricks for the Working Mom

Has it occurred to you that while are busy penning your content writing projects you are feeling that you are not able to give your kids enough time? Or, maybe the other way around? Being a mother is important, but that’s not your identity. So, it’s better to drop the guilt. All these years as a working mom have taught me that there cannot be a perfect balance. But, I…

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How to Beat Writing Roadblock Blue

After a hiatus of more than a year, I am back to blog writing and I am having cold feet. I stared a blank screen for some time, wrote a few words, deleted them, wrote again just to delete and caught myself in a monotonous cycle of writing and deleting. In between, I checked my mails, made some phone calls and by mere accident heard the clock ticking. Dang! This…

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Whims of a Work-From-Home Mom

Rani Das, one of our writers, shares her experience as a work-from-home writer. For me the world revolved around keeping up with deadlines and mundane chores at home until I started noticing my funny mood swings. Suddenly I found ice creams bitter and chaat nothing less than heavenly mannah. Wait! Am I going to experience teeny weenie bumps soon? Voila! The pee stick said Yes! But my mood swings did…

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The Challenges and Advantages of being A Student and A Part-time Content Writer

Anjali Menon, a full time law student and a newbie to our team, shares her experience as a part time content writer. One disadvantage about being a student is that there is no financial independence. You have to think a thousand times before you splurge and have to save every bit of your allowance because if you don’t, then you are most definitely going to be broke for the rest…

The Nemesis of a Work-From-Home Web Content Writer

Amrita Roy is one of our senior writers and here goes her experience as a work from home writer In a society obsessed with engineers and doctors, the term web content writer does not ring a bell. It raises inquisitive eyebrows from friends and family. On top of that, a home-based web content writer is easily dismissed as a hopeless case of an over educated house wife whiling away time…

Challenges of Being a Work-from-Home-Web Content Writer

Teena Antony is one of our senior writers and she shares her experience as a work-from-home writer cum mother.
I enjoy working from home. Yet…There is this graphic art that floats around in Facebook about a woman and what various people think about what she does with her time. I would like to hug the artist. Why? Read on…

Web Content Writing Tips: Musings From A Work From Home Mom

Prabha Zacharias is  one of the senior content writers of our web content writing squad.  She shares her experience as a stay-at- home writer. Things were moving in a routine until a pee stick turned positive. I was overjoyed. I was the kind of a person who had always wanted to have kids. I was the kind of a person who had thought about baby names even before I decided…