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I am an independent writer and multi-award winning blogger who writes on parenting, humour, fiction and general lifestyle topics. - Sid Balachandran

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Wish, Hope, Believe

Wish, Hope, Believe

I don’t care what she says, I really wanted my wife, Janaki to write this post. And it took a lot of convincing to get her to write out her “rants and thoughts” as she calls them. But I finally managed to get her to grace my blog. If I did take part in the …

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Let’s go Positano

Let’s go Positano

“Sid, I am fed up with your procrastination! You keep putting things off and look at what’s finally happened? I am going to cancel those days off that I had booked!”. With this, my wife stormed off, slamming the door shut behind her. I wanted to get up and yell at her. Tell her that …

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Fairy Dust

Fairy Dust

Pixie lay on the bed with her eyes wide open. There was still an hour to go for the clock to toll midnight and the portal would only be open for exactly five minutes. She sighed. She hadn’t decided what she was going to do. She got off the bed and slowly walked up to …

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I don’t know how she does it !

I don’t know how she does it !

I am a hands-on father. But I confess, my morning duties with my son are largely restricted to packing his school bag, combing his hair (which is one of the toughest things ever) and taking him downstairs to wait for the school mini van. Collectively which takes, say 15 minutes tops. Yet, I complain. I …

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The Runners

The Runners

I first met Kajal through Write Tribe. Even though we read each other’s posts quite frequently, it was a particular post that actually “ignited” this friendship of ours – a post of mine called “Summer and me”. And then we got chatting via Facebook and before you knew it, we even discovered that we shared …

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Mr Murphy gives me a flight to remember

Mr Murphy gives me a flight to remember

I let out a sigh of relief. My international flight was scheduled for take off in an hour and I was thanking my lucky stars that I had been able to make it to the airport, even if it was with minutes to spare. I was flying back to London after a short break with …

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