2022 is just 6 months away. We know it has been a tough year for everyone. For a moment though, if you have to think about yourself, what have you been able to learn and achieve in the past 6 months and how did you structure your life so that you could achieve those? Do let us know in the comments section. While we are kicking off this new week with some planned productivity, we have compiled a list of the best new blogposts to read.
Who: Avantika Chaturvedi
What: 10 Tirthan Valley Day Hikes
Why: Tirthan Valley is one of the best trekking trails in Himachal Pradesh. If you are a treak freak this place is a must to explore. Here are 10 trails shared by Avantika to make the trip worth it.
Who: Paresh Godhwani
What: Eat Cry Sleep Repeat
Why: Having a newborn can be an exciting yet somewhat scary time, especially for first-time parents. There are 3 focus key – Eat, Cry & Sleep. Give a read to Paresh’s experience and insight on how important these cycles are for an infant.
Who: Jayshree Bhagat
What: Original, Copies, Replicas, and Fakes
Why: People who are in search and process of buying clothes, equipment, or furniture can’t spot the difference between replicas, fakes, and original. This informative blogpost by Jayshree will help you check and differentiate before buying a product in the long run.
Who: Priyal Poddar
What: Why Kids Should Learn Basic Cooking Skills
Why: Does teaching kids some basic cooking skills, sounds crazy? While it may try your patience at times, cooking with kids has loads of benefits that carry way beyond the kitchen. Hop on to this blogpost by Priyal to read the benefits.
Who: Avantika Chitlangia
What: 5 Things I Learnt From Using Credit Cards
Why: Getting a credit card at a young age is a big responsibility, often teens and young adults end up making mistakes. Read these helpful tips shared by Avantika before you apply for credit cards.
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