Author: Sabeeka Lambe

Sabeeka Lambe

I have been working in the software technology services space for over 15 years. In my professional life I help in implementing quality standards like ISO, CMMi & Six Sigma to make developers and testers jobs easier & process oriented. Through this blog I am sharing similar techniques coupled with age old wisdom from my mom and grand mom to make our living healthier and medicine free. To work in any new field, it helps if you read and train too, and I did the same. Have got a diploma in Naturopathy from Mumbai to enhance my knowledge and skills on this topic that I am passionate about

It’s not very often we come across someone so inspiring that it makes us take a pause, look back at our own lives and retrospect if we would ever reach that level of achievement we aspire to. I was so fortunate to come across one such person recently, Mrs. Latika Chakrabarty. So, what is it about her that is so inspiring? Today, at the age of 89, she is now famous as the grandmother who turns old fabric into beautiful bags. She upcycles old garments like sarees, kurtas and even cushion-covers into beautiful Potli bags. Here is her story and…

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One of the early decisions that we as parents had to make for our daughter was regarding vaccinations. This is something that our parents didn’t really think of since it was before the advent of google and the information age. For our parents it was really simple; a doctor you trust recommends something, you comply. But with so much information available and so many different views on vaccine usage, it is important for us parents to know certain facts, coming from industry stalwarts that will help us truly understand how vaccines help.  Immunity Overload Children’s immunity is one of the…

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“Are we nearly there yet?”This is what my kids start singing every few minutes during any trip by car that is longer than 45 mins. This, I am sure, is the story of most people who travel with children. I really love traveling, visiting new places and most of all road trips. So, I also wanted to make sure that we continue them even with the kids. And I realized, after a couple of trips, that the key to a good enjoyable one is “being prepared”.   So here is a checklist to make sure you (and your car) is prepared…

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The joy of parenthood is exceptional, and with that joy comes the responsibility of wanting to be the best parents. As first-time parents, there are so many different forms of advice that come to you, be it from your own parents and grand-parents, neighbors, friends, acquaintances- solicited and not so welcome ones😊 Raising kids and making sure of their physical as well as cognitive development starts as early as the time when you have conceived. I remember, during one of my visits to my Gynecologist, me being a big movie buff, he had advised me against watching too many loud…

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The first few days after delivering your baby are like a roller coaster. You experience so many emotions that you didn’t even know existed. For me one such different and difficult experience as a new mom was getting my baby vaccinated for the first time. As a new parent the different vaccines, frequencies, time intervals to take them, their types, etc. are all sometimes so overwhelming. Painless, no pain, would it cause fever, is it optional or mandatory, should we give the optional ones –  there are so many questions that run through a parent’s mind. And with everyone having…

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All babies need a lot of attention and care in the early years. These are the years that provide the building blocks for the overall development. But when it comes to pre-term babies, they need some extra special attention and care. What is a preterm baby? A preterm baby is one where the  birth takes place more than three weeks before the baby’s estimated due date. In other words, a premature birth is one that occurs before the start of the 37th week of pregnancy. Since these babies have not spent adequate time in the womb, there are chances that they might have some initial complications…

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#SiblingStories is a Blog Train hosted by  Blogger  ILA VARMA in collaboration with brand Ang Tatva. Thirty-two esteemed bloggers from the blogging fraternity have joined hands to participate in this blog train for #SiblingTalk reviving the sweet and tickling hours spent with loving siblings and revive golden memories of the past. When we say siblings, we have so many memories that come rushing to our minds. I have had such wonderful times with my little brother while we were kids and even now. The bond we share is really special. And the same with all my cousins. We spent so many summers together, …

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I always enjoy watching my kids play with my parents, in-laws or grandmother. That is because they are so innovative when it comes to keeping the kids occupied and happy. They do not need any devices/ TV or even any kinds of fancy toys or games but make use of simple things in the house or lying around. It is really amazing how they can come up with such a variety of activities and each of these are not just to keep the kids occupied, but they also help stimulating brain development.Brain DevelopmentIt is a known fact that the early…

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The happiest feeling is watching your tiny baby grow. Every new action, gesture and sound they make fill you with pride and make a memory. And they first year of the baby is full of so many of these. No wonder, new parents have so many pictures and videos of every small action of their baby and they can’t seem to stop talking about these to almost everyone they meet and converse with. But did you know that every parent can boost their baby’s mental growth? Following a balanced diet along with natural vitamin E sources during pregnancy and while…

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Read the title and are you intrigued? Yes! you can now test your wet wipes before using them on your baby’s delicate skin. Let me start by narrating my first experience using wet wipes for my older daughter. This was some 8 years ago when I first became a mommy. Along with it being a totally new experience for me, big Z was also the first baby in the family after decades, me being the oldest child. So, in spite of having elders who had loads of experience with kids, none of them we accustomed to the new ways. So,…

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