Blogaberry Dazzle February 2021 Challenge: Let’s Grow Our Blogs Together!

Here’s everything you need to know about the Blogaberry Dazzle February Blog Challenge!

Why It Pays to Pursue Your Passion: Adam Davidson and the Passion Economy

Adam Davidson explains to an Indian audience why an economy based on passion is the way forward for the twenty-first century

The Amazing Benefits of Being Part of a Blogging Community

Here are 5 great reasons to be part of a blogging community, whether in India or anywhere in the world!

Zip, Zap, Zooming My Way Out of the ‘A to Z’! #AtoZChallenge

Now that the A to Z Challenge has come to an end, here’s what to expect from me in the coming months!

2020- This Year is About You and Only You #AtoZChallenge

Make 2020 about you!

Easy Yet ‘Xhilarating ‘Xamples of ‘Xercise #AtoZChallenge

9 Simple Ways to Exercise at Home During Quarantine

5 Tips to Elevate Your Food Business in India

It has never been an easy task to be a proprietor of food in India – the increasing competition, short shelf life of food concepts and trends, constantly escalating overheads, and in recent times, the difficulties wrought by the pandemic, have made it much harder for restaurateurs and food chains to thrive here. Apart from

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Dealing with The Deaths of Not-So-Close Ones #CauseAChatter

This post was written in the midst of the deadly second wave of the coronavirus in India. I have only gotten around to putting it up now, however, the sentiment remains the same whatever the situation or cause of death may be. It’s that time of the month again – to put my thinking cap

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Parenting Best Practices in the Post-Pandemic Era

GUEST POST BY THE TEAM AT HEYCLOUDY – download HeyCloudy from Android Playstore by clicking or click for iOS devices! Early childhood is the most crucial time of any child’s life. The ‘formative years’, as the 2-8 years of age range is called, is the period when every child develops physical and mental

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How to Make Your Children Love Gardening

Concern for our environment should not be relegated to a single day in the year, but as it stands, meaningful conversations on this subject most often emerge around June 5 – the date on which the UNEP (United Nations Environment Program) celebrates World Environment Day. The theme for this year is “Reimagine, Recreate, Restore”. Taking

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What I Learnt About Snacking by Observing My Son

The snacks that my brother and I enjoyed as children, form an essential part of my childhood memories – everything from the deliciously tangy aroma of quick-to-cook noodles, the melt-in-your-mouth goodness of sugary biscuits dipped in tea, and on rare occasions, the spicy crunchiness of masala chips. Before we knew it, these became our comfort

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How Curiosity is the Meta Skill to Thrive in the 21st Century?

Guest post by the team at Real School Curiosity encourages children to be more aware of their surroundings and to think about and solve problems. Children’s vocabulary expands when they use language to explain what they’re thinking, doing, hearing, or feeling as they explore their curiosity. You will aid your child’s development by encouraging their

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Of Jerks and Jaadu – Review of RAY on NETFLIX

RAY Genre: Drama / Thriller Platform: Netflix Directors: Srijit Mukherji, Abhishek Chaubey, Vasan Bala Rating: 3.5/5 Hello! I’m back with a written film / TV show review after a looooong time. I think the last one was pre-pandemic (basically a lifetime ago, right?!). So I switched. I stopped writing movie reviews because I felt not

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Best Home-Baker in Delhi in 2021: Chef Daizy Sangla of Bakez by Daizy

Not everyone has the courage of conviction to follow their dreams, but the few that pursue their heart’s desire, are destined for success – no matter how long and difficult the journey to get there. Chef Daizy Sangla, gemologist turned baker, is the perfect example of one who chose to pursue her passion, making a

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How Spiritual Clearings Helped Me Ride The Second Wave

I received a mail from one of my editors this morning – a general notification that the focus of the newspaper is taking a swift turn from ‘sob story’ pandemic coverage, and focusing instead on ‘solid storytelling with editorial ingenuity’. Apparently, readers are tired of us harping on the situation. I’m not a traditional news

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