Weekends mean fun times with family and friends. And in the BlogAdda family too, we have some good times lined up for you with a new WOW writing prompt. You also still have time to write forÂ #BlogToFeedAChild Â with Akshaya Patra. Meanwhile, here is a handpicked list of creative posts by Indian bloggers for your reading pleasure.
- Who: Himanshu Barsainya
What:“Self Drive road trip to Rajasthan covering Bikaner, Jaisalmer and Thar Desert”
Spicy:Â There are regular tourists and then there are travelers like this blogger, whoÂ took a self drive trip through Rajasthan, seeing some wonderful sights during the journey.
- Who: Shivani Singh
What: “Leaders are to be followed and Managers…. lets think!!!”
Spicy: In today’s corporate world, managers are synonymous with leaders. Read on to find out the key difference between managers and true leaders.
- Who: Namrata M
What: “Metro Diaries: The perfect symphony”
Spicy:Â A lot of times we forget the doors that we think are permanently closed. Read this sweet story to find new hope and second chances.
- Who: Rekha Nair Dhyani
What: “Her Fear”
Spicy: In a country where harassment is laughed off as eve teasing, this story shows that there is a much darker side to this phenomenon
- Who: Santosh
What: “16 WAKE UP EARLY QUOTES TO INSPIRE YOU”
Spicy: Most of us are not morning people, and waking up on time is a huge problem, especially on winter mornings. These quotes will get you up and inspired in no time!
- Who: Aditi Bose
What:Â “8 Fun Storytelling Activities for Kids”
Spicy:Â Children love listening to stories, from mythological to bed time stories. But do you know that you can also turn your children into great story tellers? Read on to find out how.
Have you checked out ‘Conversations‘ where you can Connect, Learn & Share. Do check it out and participate. You can now tip your posts for Tangy Tuesday and Spicy Saturday Picks right from our homepage. Click on the tabs and submit your posts.You can also tip us on Twitter @blogadda or using our contact form. If selected, you’ll be credited for it and the readers will get a chance to read something worthy.