Happy Weekend Dear Bloggers! The Royal Prince George was born this week. Everybody is happy and excited about the new addition to the royal family! We’ll give you also a reason to be happy now! We are here with the Spicy Saturday Picks for the week. Happy Reading!
- Who: Priyanka Joshi
Spicy: Priyanka who is constantly having to cater to the needs of her toddler tells us what an important role grandparents play in the upbringing of a child. Apart from the morals and value systems passed on, it proves to be a great help because the new-turned- mommy can finally get some time to herself.
- Who: Purba Ray
What: Yes, body Image comes from Parents!
Spicy:Â Purba uses her friend Rachana’s articles in order to explain the kind of influence parents, their habits and reactions have on the innocent minds of young children. All young children today, mostly girls are suffering from the beauty myth. They have been taught that thin is good and fat is badÂ since their childhood. This proves to be a major reason for the children to be suffering from low self confidence.
- Who: Palak Chandna
What: And today’s special is- â€˜The dish not yet perfected’
Spicy: Palak surely has a way with words. Somewhere, she surely touches a chord in your heart when she calls time a misconstrued notion. A very nicely written story about how Sneha, the protagonist who wants to cook exactly like her mother, whom she recently lost.
- Who: Doctoratlarge
What: Steeped In Culture Or Drowning In It?
Spicy: Culture as a concept undoubtedly has multifaceted outlooks. Some people believe it is the driving force behind the society while some believe it hampers the progress of society. Doctoratlarge has his views, amazingly presented that agree more with the latter viewpoint.
- Who: Nivedita Louis
What: Picture Card Perfect- Pelling, Sikkim
Spicy: Nivedita recently visited Pelling, Sikkim with her family. It is not a very famous tourist destination but indeed is a very beautiful place to visit. She talks about meeting the local people there and visiting the waterfalls there. A good getaway from the daily monotonous city lives for sure.
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