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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.
Laxmi Hariharan is the author of 'The Many Lives of Ruby Iyer', but that's just one of her avatars. She is a blogger and a marketer, award winning e-book writer (her Destiny of Shaitaan won gold at the 2013 Global eLit awards) and a selfie lover. Her blog www.laxmihariharan.com was one of the top five personal blogs at WIN '14. Laxmi spoke to BlogAdda about blogging, her books and the rest of her multi-faceted life.
People often assume that anything that results in publicity must be a stunt
New aquatic species of snake discovered in the Sahyadris
Pictorial guide to frogs of Manipal
Ants and aphids
Nature- the designer
Why the Serai Bandipur is every birdwatcher's paradise
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.
While growing up, everyone has ideas and dreams about their first job, their first foray into the professional world. Internships, which were optional a few years back, have now become the norm for youngsters to get the hang of their chosen profession. Your first internship is like being born all over again, as you leave the comfortable world of your college and are thrust into the bright, shiny world of professional adults. Your first internship is a memorable experience, and we're calling all bloggers to relive your internship memories with the #MyInternTheory activity in association with Intern Theory.
Being an adult is hard work, what with all the responsibilities you have to take care of, but it also gives you amazing returns and benefits. Just like filing taxes! Did we just hear a collective groan on hearing the term taxes? That's exactly what we need to change with the #TaxPledge activity in association with H&R Block!
Grow your Blog Organically. Don't force/ask anyone to share, follow or comment on blog. Just focus on promotion.
Keep all the write up short and to the point.
Incorporate gadgets and widgets on your blogs so that people who drop by your blog can keep a tab on what you will be writing next.
Makar Sankranti, Lohri, Sukarat, Bihu, Pongal - Several names with celebration in common. We wish everyone a great festive weekend. A lot of people will enjoy flying kites, while several will dance and many will have special meals.
It was lovely knowing your takeaways from 2017. Now, let us hear your wishes for 2018. Aren't we all looking at the new year with love and hope? It is better to write down and then refer to it regularly if you really care about them.
The year 2017 comes to an end. It must have been different for all of us. Good. Challenging. Taxing. Exciting. Lovely. For whatever it was to you, we are sure you would have had some great learnings. It could be things that you would never do, or some, that you want to. What are your biggest takeaways from 2017?
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