How Cloth Diapers Can Save Your Money

Do You know you spend an average of 50,000 Rs on diapers for your child?   Yes it will be quite shocking if you see the numbers and you approximately throw 4380 diapers in dust bin  For calculation let’s say you are diapering your kid for 2 years (many parents including me do for more years).  If you use 6 diapers

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How to wash Cloth Diapers

How to Wash Cloth Diapers? Machine wash: Start with a pre-wash or quick wash in cold water with 1/3rd to 1/4 th the recommended amount of detergent , this helps to remove as much soil as possible so that the main wash happens in relatively cleaner water. for babies exclusively breast feed this step can

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Newborn Baby Checklist

Checklist for newborn  Are you expecting your baby soon? Then here is a quick check list presented to you by Greentikki.   In Indian homes we are not allowed to buy many things before the baby is born. But there are some essential things which has to be kept ready before the baby is born. Believe

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Mother in me

In my last post I shared my experience of how I became an entrepreneur. This post is fully about a mother of an 18 month old cute and energetic boy. I have read and heard from lot of mothers how special was the moment when they saw their baby for the first time. They told

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From House Wife to Woman Entrepreneur

  Until I started to write this post, I didn’t know I will write a blog someday. Everybody have their stories to tell then what difference I am going to make. I am Kalaimathi and I am the founder of the start-up Greentikki. It’s an online kid’s store where you can find the entire kids

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First Steps of Greentikki

The first step  in realizing our dream has been accomplished by launching Greentikki an online store for kids apparels and accessories on 19.12.2017. Greentikki was planned 2 years back. The project was from scratch so we had to do a lot of ground work from website building to product import, marketing strategy and many more.

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