Aditi Wardhan Singh


 Aditi is an amazing writer and it has been a privilege to know and work with her. She is one of the contributors for 100 Moms, One Journey but she went above and beyond her role. She stepped in to help other contributors with editing their work, took the initiative to handle the social media groups and became an indispendable part of the community. Aditi is extremely hardworking, dedicated and committed to helping others be the best version of themselves.

Parul Agrawal
Speaker, Author & Spotlight Coach

I met Aditi through the blogging world because I was inspired by her positive outlook on life. After going through a few of her writing samples with me, I knew I wanted her unique and encouraging voice to be part of my collaborative platform aimed at connecting and inspiring local moms to embrace the journey of parenthood.

One of the things I love about Aditi’s contributions is the joy and humor she brings to our community.  She has a way of experiencing and then sharing a moment with her children that makes you think about the sometimes mundane moments of parenting in a new and exciting way.  I also admire Aditi for sharing her own personal (and sometimes difficult) story of moving from Kuwait and embracing life in Richmond.  I feel blessed to know Aditi and to have her working on our team.

Christina Tinker
Founder of Richmond Moms Blog

Aditi is my go-to person whenever I need an unbiased opinion on something I have written. She enthusiastically reviews my work and gives honest comments on where I should improve, what changes I should make. She even gives suggestions on how I can make the content look more engaging. She has a very meticulous way of analyzing what would work best to make the content stand out. She has a lot of experience in content writing and has excellent command over language. One quality that I admire in her is she keeps herself abreast with the happenings of the world and is always well informed of things. Her jovial and friendly nature always adds to her charming personality.
Payal Raguvanshi 
Digital Marketer & Aspiring Author

I had the pleasure of collaborating with Aditi on a couple of occasions. One being a twitter promotion and the other a guest post she did for me. Her positivism and drive are infectious. I would welcome working with her again in the future!
Casey Fossett Powers 
Blogger @Momma and Pea 

I have had the pleasure to work with Aditi and have found her professional, knowledgeable, and very-self-motivated!
Jasmine Almeida
Writer & Editor @Happiest Mama

I met Aditi while working in the book ‘100 Mom’s One Journey.’ She offered anyone in the group free feedback on their submissions. She was willing to help 100 moms if it meant that each piece would reach its potential. I couldn’t resist a chance for help. My story wasn’t the only work she was critiquing, yet she gave me quick quality feedback. You can feel her passion for writing in every word and her love for people in the way she lends her time and expertise. Yet, she does all this while taking care of her own family. She is a wonder woman.
Jewel Elise
Author & Editor at Write Away, Mommy 

I was honored to feature Aditi Wardhan Singh on Just BE Parenting. Singh’s
honest post “Becoming a Mother Twenty-Seven Days After Giving Birth” resonated with our readers. I was impressed with her professionalism as she continued to promote the piece and engage with our social media posts. I consider her a valued member of our contributor community and would happily work with her again in the future.
Kathryn Hively
Founder of Just BE Parenting

Words have always flown quite easily for me, which is why I am quickly learning how important it is to know how to ‘edit’. Even though I have been writing for years now, I have never quite mastered the art of editing or marshaling my thoughts. Aditi has helped me focus my thought processes and avoid digressing and often times completely going off track with a thread. I think most of us can identify conversations where we often pause and think, ‘now where was I going with that’. While we can all probably write, writing for a reader is an art and Aditi has certainly spent a lot of time and learn how to engage an audience. The very first piece I worked on, I had subconsciously included thoughts on three different threads that could each be woven into a beautiful fabric of individual memory.
Aditi also did a great Facebook video to assist me in using WordPress, which was an ingenious way to ensure the group had it handy. Also, having guest speakers scheduled to speak to the contributing team works really well, sharing their knowledge with the group. In a busy world, good intentions often get buried under daily routine and expectations from whatever circumstance we are living at the moment. Giving voices to parents like me who want to document their experiences in a hope that they may provide answers to others is a beautiful initiative and I am thankful to Aditi.
Being involved with Raising World Children has also helped the doubting parent in me find support for my parenting fails and endorsement to small victories. Continue with the great work Aditi, and I hope this amazing thought will soon be a global platform!
Tina Miranda
Office Administrator | Writer (Raising World Children)

Aditi has helped me edit my writings for our upcoming book 100 Moms One Journey. She is very prompt and thorough in her work. She did a great job refining my writing.
Ruchika Behal