I would like to say a big thank two wonderful bloggers from India, who have independently nominated me for the Liebster Award. Unfortunately, I’ve discovered that this particular award is meant for bloggers with under 200 followers but Sarah Potter Writes has 767 followers, which, sadly, means I’m not eligible to accept it.
So instead of writing a blog award post, what I’m going to do — by way of gratitude to my two nominators — is direct you to their blogs for a read.
First, I introduce you to Keyur Panchal at his super cool blog, Keep Picturing. You can read his Liebster Award post here. Keyur is a traveller, photographer, experimental film maker and a gamer, who works for an eLearning company where he creates and develops 3D sets for educational games meant for kids. Also, he does the most amazing dancing, for which he wears traditional Indian costume. You can see him in action, swirling about, dressed in all his finery here.
Second, I introduce you to Swetank’s wonderful blog, Being Bett’r which is full of self-improvement tips for being a better person. You can read his Liebster Award post here. Swetank is blessed with incredible wisdom for someone so young. I’m not sure of his exact age, but I know he’s a student who, last year, asked me to recommend a cookery book to him that he could use when away from home without his mother to cook for him!
So here you are Swetank, I found my son’s old cookery book he used when fending for himself at university. It’s called Nosh for Students and there are various editions of it, depending upon your tastes, i.e. whether you prefer vegetarian or meat dishes. If you don’t eat a certain type of meat recommended in a particular recipe, it’s easy to substitute it for another meat. You can buy the different books from the series at amazon.com. Might I add, that recently I’ve tried some of the recipes and am finding them easy to cook, tasty to eat, and the ingredients cheap to buy. Enjoy 🙂