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A Beginner’s Guide To Modern Cloth Diapers - Part 2

A Beginner’s Guide to Modern Cloth Diapers - Part 2
This is the second article about modern cloth diapers. Read the first one here.So you have tried a few all-in-one (AIO) cloth diapers and are comfortable with using them. And yet, it is time for the monsoons, the season for dampness. If laundry takes forever to dry, your shiny new Ikat print cl...

A Beginner’s Guide To Modern Cloth Diapers

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A Beginner’s Guide to Modern Cloth Diapers
Are you trying to venture into the world of modern cloth diapers (MCDs) and finding yourself in a bewildering world of acronyms? I have a PhD, you scream, and still find it difficult to understand these passionate discussions about fabric, lining and timing!Forget your worries as Goli Soda comes to ...

Making Your Party Less Wasteful

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Making your party less wasteful
I take my toddler to ride his bike at a small community centre near our house. One Monday morning, however, the place was a festering dump. Huge garbage bins were overflowing and there were big black bags that reeked of rotting, cooked food. My ever-curious child went straight towards the garbage ba...

B.Y.O.B

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B.Y.O.B
It was a few days before New Years and there was a party around the corner. At my home. The invitees were good friends. They all came bearing liquid gifts, and the evening turned out to be a sort of Bring.Your.Own.Booze party or B.Y.O.B.2016 dawns. And I told myself it would the year of B.Y.O.B for ...

The Carbon Footprint Of My International Shopping List

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The Carbon Footprint of My International Shopping List
I was at the Chennai International Airport recently, picking up my parents, who in true-desi style were returning from a 6-month trip to the US. (Apparently, I have to share them with my sister and brother!). At half-past midnight, the jet-lag gave us the perfect chance to open up the 5 pack...

Keeping It Really Simple

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Keeping it Really Simple
Cooking doesn’t like me too much. I’ve tried really hard to cajole her with my full-baked attempts, but she just doesn’t care for any of my stirring and sprinkling. I remember starting out in the kitchen, struggling to get the stove to light up. And I wanted my ambitious first dish to be a pasta...

May Their Tribe Increase

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May Their Tribe Increase
This is a matter-of-fact recital about 2 strangers. Doing very strange things. Like protecting the earth.Stranger number 1 is a pani-puri wala in Bhubaneshwar, Orissa. He rolls his golgappa trolley in every evening for a few hours and stays put outside Mehers, a famous sari shop in the city of te...

5 Reasons To Switch To Cloth Pads

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5 Reasons To Switch To Cloth Pads
You may have been hearing about cloth pads making a comeback, but the ones that are in the market now are a far, far cry from the makeshift ones that our grandmothers and mothers wore, but if you’re still thinking about making the shift from disposable pads to cloth pads, here are five reasons t...

Going Green While You Bleed

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Going Green While You Bleed
While explaining how the compost pot works at our store. I convince many people on the importance of segregation. The majority 60 percent of our waste at home can be composted and the remaining plastic and paper waste can be sent for recycling. There is a sense of achievement when we feel that we...

SHARING IS CARING

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SHARING IS CARING
I have a cousin 7 years younger to me. That’s usually the magic number for a generation-gap-wedge. But I find that SHE and I get along great in every which way. Conversations are free-flowing, character flaws are similar, laziness-meters and drinking-thresholds are in sync and above all, we are ...
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