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Pics in your phone that you're never seeing again but they stay earnestly waiting for you to delete them and put them out of their misery.
Uber driver asks if I have a 2K note. I ask why. He says, watch. Offers it to the toll guy who gives it back & says it's ok, no toll. Go on.
"What's your name?" "Preet." "Short for Preeti? Nice." "No. Just Preet." "Oh." ".." "..sorry. Hi Jaspreet, nice to meet you."...
Gareeb kare toh 'go back to facebook' ,Ameer kare toh 'Amazing tweet'...
Arun Jaitley: "PM Modi stole my budget speech :(" Suresh Prabhu: "At least you still have a budget.. :("...
Monsoon ride to Jhargram - met a gentleman motorcycling from Kashmir to Kanyakumari...
Trip to fairy land on a budget: A short guide to Venice...
Intimate Moments With The One (Monsoony Marine Drive, Mumbai)...
Weekend Getaway 55: Avalabetta Trek...
A day in Texel, Netherlands...
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.
Blog is slowly becoming for me: a medium I could make a living out of.
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.
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Take it easy
Death by buffet
Sanjeev Kumar stitching ladies' garments?
Japanese Bullet Train (Shinkansen) experience
A relationship is complete when both people involved are committed to each other. But what is a half relationship? The way in which two people regard each other is paramount to decide the status of their relationship. A half relationship is a relationship where the boy/girl are more than friends, but are still to commit themselves to each other. It could be because one person is not ready for it or is unsure or because both have a different focus at that stage in life.
'What do you want to be when you grow up?' Is a question that every child is asked. This question is enough to spark dreams among kids, and put them on the path of fulfilling their aspirations. As we grow up, some of us forget the lofty dreams we had and look for more sensible options. On the other hand, the ones who get the right guidance fly high and achieve what they set out to do. We want to hear all about your dreams and the guidance that helped you along the way for the #AdviceThatMattered activity in association with Stoodnt!
We call nature our 'Mother', but do you really think we're treating her like in a way that a mother deserves? Today, we are behaving with Mother Nature with utmost disrespect - using up all her resources, killing off forests, rivers and entire ecosystems in our greed for more money and more products. We keep forgetting that we have only one Earth, and this is the planet that is going to sustain our future generations. The good news is that the power is still in our hands, more specifically in the hands of future generations. Blog about 'How to teach our kids to press Ctrl+S for nature?' for the Shortcut Safaari weekend activity and win movie tickets!
After completing your post, read it with a fresh eye from the perspective of a reader to check if you enjoy it or if it needs changes.
Write regularly; not too often or too rarely. Two to three blogs a week is a good frequency to maintain. Depends on the genre though.
Spare time to read - Blogging is not just about writing but also about research and reading. Read as much as you can to learn new things and ideas that you can experiment with on your own blog.
Trust in dreams, for in them is hidden the gate to eternity - Khalil Gibran.
Do you believe that the thoughts occurring in your mind while you sleep are powerful enough to keep you awake through the day?
This weekend we want you blog about that one thing we all eagerly wait for -the rain! Fact or fiction, use the line 'Once, during a rainy day' as you get creative with your story!
"When you're happy and you know it, and you really want to show it- clap your hands!" Well, this nursery rhyme stays with us well into our adulthood. Happiness, as many would say, is elusive. But when it does show up in our lives, we cannot contain the excitement within.
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