My Daughter’s Mum: Essays by Natasha Badhwar

“In my mind, Natasha is now my best friend who somehow knows how to give my zillion thoughts the shape of words that make perfect sense.”
~ may we stay forever friends, My Era and me. ❤

The Era I Lived In

I am very selective about the parenting columns and articles I read. If a writer’s view of life matches mine or successfully leaves me craving for a deeper insight, I am sure to dig up more articles written by them before becoming a devoted reader of all they publish. This isn’t limited to the trending articles but applies also to bloggers.

Needless to say, social media has gifted me the ease to follow my favourite writers. Natasha Badhwar is one of them. I had been introduced to her weekly column in the Mint Lounge around a year ago via a retweet on Twitter. Her gentle humour and candour without a hint of preaching made me eagerly wait for her articles every Saturday morning.

This was when, earlier this year, she announced that her essays were being compiled into a series of two books. I at once knew I had to…

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About Natasha Badhwar

"Because I'm a Tinker. That's who I am. Tinkers fix things. But I can't do it alone." (Pause for lots of action. Group Action......) "You did it, Tinker, you saved Spring!" I also have three children, one marriage, a million friends and one life.
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