Tangy Tuesday Picks – June 22, 2021

Yesterday, the internet celebrated World Yoga Day, World Music Day, World Motorcycle Day & Selfie Day. Phew! that’s a lot of pressure for Content Creators and Brands. Share with us the best post you have seen recently in the comment section. To help you relax today, we are here with our weekly blogposts – Tangy Tuesday Picks. Enjoy!

Weekly Blogposts To Read - Tangy Tuesday - June 22, 2021

Who: Sharon D’souza  
What: Setting Up A Home Office
Why: With this pandemic, many people will work from home likely afterward too. Here’s what you need to do to set up your ideal home office. Hop on to Sharon’s blogpost for useful tips to ease your process. 

Who: Rakhi Parsai 
What: Top 10 Home Remedies To Treat Chest Congestion At Home
Why: The common cold and chest congestion are the result of a virus. The only cure for this kind of virus involves resting and waiting for the virus to clear. If you have severe symptoms it’s advisable to visit your doctor. If you want to opt out for home remedies, give a read to this blogpost by Rakhi. 

Who: Rajesh Tara 
What: Dal Moradabadi Recipe 
Why: Dal Moradabadi is a very popular street food in Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh. If you love Dal, try this recipe by Rajesh in your kitchen. You can even enjoy this with toasted bread. 

Who: Cindy D’silva
What: English Language For Toddlers
Why: Since young toddlers are just starting to learn the sounds of the letters and words, it’s helpful to teach English. Read this poem inspired by a 4-year-old. 

Who: Rakhi Jayashankar 
What: Food To Store During Quarantine 
Why: A lot of people stock up food in an effort to self-quarantine. While it’s always good to be prepared, buying in bulk can lead to a different problem – unintentional food waste. Check out this blogpost by Rakhi and go through the list of food to store during home quarantine as well as a few healthy recipes. 

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