Hope you had a restful long weekend and enjoying the season of mangoes to the fullest. We are here again with our wonderful curated blogposts of Indian bloggers. From home decors to the pandemic story, there’s a lot of interesting blogs to read in this week’s Tangy Tuesday Picks edition.
Who: Paresh Godhwani
What: Longest Night Of My Life
Why: What was the longest night of your life? We all have one that comes to mind. Perhaps you are experiencing it right now while reading this blogpost. Go ahead and read this terrifying story shared by Paresh.
Who: Tulika Singh
Why: Lives of a cross-section of people have been impacted by the pandemic. Individuals from around the world share their personal stories of hope and despair. Hop on to read Tulika’s story of waiting for a text message.
Who: Sharon D’souza
What: Pandemic Decor
Why: The pandemic has caused an immense change in how we live, work, recreate, and even our mental health. While there are many ways to improve your mental health including therapy, meditation, exercise, hobbies, and a healthy diet sometimes tweaking your space can make a difference too. You will learn about pandemic decor through this blogpost by Sharon.
Who: Rakhi P.
What: Diabetes In Women
Why: Diabetes can affect women in different ways than men. Here are some symptoms, types, and few tips to improve shared by Rakhi in this informative blogpost.
Who: Jenifer Sayyed
What: Ramadan Home Decor Ideas
Why: For those who love hoarding and trying out new home decor or just generally getting festive, these decor ideas shared by Jenifer are here to save you some time. You don’t have to go all out to shop.
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