Tangy Tuesday Picks – March 23, 2021

Hello bloggers!

We hope you had a great start to this week. Yesterday, the internet was filled with memes and discussion about the first anniversary of ‘Janta Curfew.’ Time flies by or doesn’t when you are staying indoor for a year. Thankfully, most of us have resumed our regular lives and glad things are getting back to normal, albeit slowly. For now, let us enjoy the present. Take a break and get ready to enjoy your reading time with our weekly picks from Indian bloggers.

Enjoy Your Reading Time With Our Tangy Tuesday Picks

Who: Roshan Radhakrishnan
What: The Ghosts In My ICU
Why: Do you believe in ghosts? One might after reading this blogpost. Go ahead and read this terrifying story shared by Blogger Roshan.

Who: Arti
What: Top Things To Do In Dhanachuli
Why: Summertime is the best time to visit Dhanachuli. Looking for a guide to do things in Dhanachuli? Head over to this informative blogpost by Blogger Arti. If you are planning to visit anytime soon, you might want to bookmark it.

Who: Divya Malhotra
What: Importance Of Team Sports for Kids
Why: Sports are a crucial part of your child’s development just as learning and education. Here are some benefits shared by Blogger Divya on playing team sports.

Who: Kalpana Riyar
What: Working From Home VS Working In Office
Why: As the lockdown forces some of us to work from home instead of an office the debate on which one is the better option is quite famous. Hop on to Kalpana’s blogpost to know the advantages & disadvantages for you to decide what is best for you.

Who: Deepali Sood
What: How To Stop Bottle-Feeding Toddlers
Why: Is your tot ready for a sippy cup? Blogger Deepali has written down a step-to-step process to help you switch from bottle to cup for your toddler.

Which book or blogposts have you enjoyed reading lately during your reading time? Do share in the comments section below.

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