Tangy Tuesday Picks – August 5, 2014

Tangy TuesdaysHello all! How you’ve been? How was your weekend? Thank You so much for participating in our one-of-a-kind #WhatTheBlack activity! It really feels good to know that you loved it ! Stay tuned at your Adda for more such amazing contests and discover India’s best blog posts with us. Meanwhile, read this week’s best blog posts! Happy reading and keep blogging 🙂

    • Who: Santosh Singh
      What: How to plan child room
      Tangy: It is very crucial that a child’s room is appropriately designed so that, the child feels comfortable and nurtured in his own room. Read this post for some smart design tips.

    • Who: N Aswin Madhu
      What: The jog
      Tangy: Fast. Racy. Chilly and Emotional…these words best describe this post. Read this and you will never stop.

    • Who: Palak Chandna
      What: Coffee with a bitter aftertaste
      Tangy: Our society has come a long way for women. True. But there are some instances that transports us straight to medieval ages. Read this post to find out why.

    • Who: Half baked voices
      What:The Shopping Dilemma
      Tangy: Who needs to go to a mall when you can shop sitting comfortably in your house or offices? Do you prefer shopping on E-commerce sites or like physically going to stores? Read this article to solve your shopping dilemma.

    • Who: Aathira Jim
      What: The selfie mania
      Tangy: Everybody loves clicking selfies, from Prime Ministers to common mortals like us. Read this post as Aathira decodes this selfie mania for us.

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