Commercial Surrogacy has been debated endlessly in the last 2 weeks, 30ish attempts to present a balanced dialogue based on our discussion with 3 entities, an IVF doctor, a women’s right activist and a surrogate mother. Please note, we present three unbiased point of views, you could tilt towards anyone but the whole point of…
I am proud to represent women who are unapologetic about their definition of self love, strong women empower each other.
The reason why they feel ashamed, is probably because when they were a child they went through a lot of discrimination or kind of feeling of being judged. They felt this at the early age. If they want to fight against body shaming they have to tackle the true causes.
Shakti is a visual narrative showcasing women being strong in their daily lives.
Raise the bar for yourself, raise the bar for a stronger you. Hard is not bad, hard is just hard and requires more discipline.
Indian blogging is a billion dollar industry when combined with e-commerce. The success of any blog is measured in terms of the number of high profile brands they showcase, but what if someone refuses to be perfect?
Discussing women’s issues over coffee is not my agenda, everyone has varied boundaries but some issues are universal. I am planting this vision into the real world, its the right time for 30ish to get loud.
Here’s a simple dream, a crisp white shirt, bag full of books and endless possibilities. I write this article as a woman, who was once a girl.
30ish was challenged by India’s most renowned Mind Reader for a social experiment on decoding #WhatWomenWant. His conviction was freaking my blogger super powers, so challenge ACCEPTED!
Every mother is fighting a silent battle. This post is a reflection of my interactions with all the mothers in the past 6 months.