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Ever heard of anyone who wants to write a 100 books in their lifetime? We have heard of one such person, and her name is Anamika Mishra. Anamika is an author, a blogger, a public speaker, positivity spreader, bibliophilie and much more. We love the way positive vibes are interspersed with beauty on Anamika's webspace, and so decided to interview her. Read the interview where Anamika explains how she seamlessly blends the blogger and author in her.
Indhuja Pillai is a young blogger currently working in Bangalore, but you might know her as the person who set up marry.indhuja.com, a site where she looked for potential suitors for herself (in a tongue in cheek manner, of course), after her parents created a profile for her on a matrimonial site. Her one page site too off like nobody's business, and soon went viral, with the youngsters-hounded-by-their-parents-to-get-married crowd identifying with Indhuja and her problem. BlogAdda caught up with Indhuja for an interview about the comet that lit up her her blogging career - marry.indhuja.com and other things.
Churumuri and Sans Serif are like books for me, and they are both works in progress.
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Everyone wants to be healthy and yet we struggle with it a lot. To be healthy, you worry about the extra time which you will have to take out in your life or the morning sleep you will have to sacrifice for that yoga class. Being healthy might also mean that you will have to sacrifice your food and switch to a diet you don't like. You almost feel judged whether you are doing enough. And then with these thoughts in your mind, health becomes this difficult pursuit resulting in a constant struggle to make it a part of everyday life.
When it comes to life, it's always the little details that matter. Little things make big things happen. Life is all about those minute pulsations, day in and day out, that keep us breathing, day in and day out. Take a small step with #ChhoteKadam initiative with Saffolalife and keep your sweet-heart happy and healthy!
'Friend' the one with whom you can share all your secrets, insecurities, anxieties and guilty pleasures. Who listens to all your cries and sobbing over the phone. This special person is like a lifeline to save you from all life's horrors. The one you can wake up at an ungodly hour. You know you can bank onto them to give you a patient listen. Just like how Alia's 'Jug' (Shahrukh Khan) in the movie Dear Zindagi enunciates the qualities of a true friend. Who's your jug? The one who holds the closest spot in your heart!
Keep all the write up short and to the point.
Interact with your readers! Reply to their comments, emails and queries. Acknowledging your reader will make them come back to your blog again and again.
KISS - Keep it simple stupid. Always keep your blog simple, organizes upto the point. Do not over-flood with unnecessary posts or irrelevant images and keep your content straight-forward.
Get up. Walk to the nearest window. Look outside. What do you see? Great view. Happy. Sad. Clean. Dirty. Nothing spectacular. The challenge is to describe whatever you see. Can you?
How much time do you take to write a blogpost? Sometimes the words just flow while sometime it remains in the draft for a long time in the quest for perfection. This weekend, how about setting a timer for 30 minutes and just write. Without the worries of being perfect. Go ahead.
How many times have you cursed your luck for an something that seemed unlucky at first and then secretly thanked your stars later because it happened? Very often, we do not realise that destiny has more in store for us than we can see.
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