BlogAdda has started off December with a bang by bringing you the Gillette #WillYouShave activity where you have the opportunity to Earn Unlimited till 31st December. Don’t forget to participate in this activity and tell your friends about it too!
You also have some more time to #BlogToFeedAChild and feel good that your blog post fed a child for an entire year. For now, we have picked this week’s Tangiest reads for you to enjoy, so browse through these creative blog posts and let us know your thoughts about them!
- Who: Aangan Trust
What: “Let’s talk about your Spoilt, Selfish and Slightly Dangerous Son”
Tangy: India is waking up to the rights of the girl child and much is being done about it. But are the boys of India getting the short end of the stick in the bargain? Read on to find out
- Who: Nishant Kaushik
What: “A Letter To My Son”
Tangy: A father writes a touching letter to his young son, talking about his fears, dreams and giving important lessons to live by.
- Who: Siddhant Doshi
What: “What Will It Be Like A 100 Years Later?”
Tangy: Children are the messages that we send to the future. An eleven year old boy imagines what life would be like a century from now on. Take a peek into a child’s perspective.
- Who: Swathi Rishi
What: “The one day Path to Food Coma – Food Trail”
Tangy: The author goes on a foodie yatra through her city and chronicles a great gastronomical journey, with pictures. Warning: Do not read when you’re hungry.
- Who: Ankita R. Kanabar
What: “A forever single girl and the men she meets…”
Tangy: Single girls come across many ‘specimens’ of men that leave an impression on their minds. Here’s a fun take on the different types of men that the author thinks single girls are likely to encounter.
- Who: Namrata Kothari
What: “And I thought I would be happy…”
Tangy: When does a parent of a young child stop worrying about them and get on with other things in their life? Or are they destined to be pulled between love and the desire to give them freedom?
- Who: Rachna Parmar
What: “The Japanese and the art of using Chopsticks”
Tangy: Japanese restaurants and cuisine can be intimidating because of chopsticks, which are quite difficult to master. This blog post shows you how to use them easily, so get set to impress your fellow diners the next time you are faced with Japanese food!
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