T – Tidbits. #AtoZ

AtoZ Blogging Challenge

‘Tidbit is a small and a particularly interesting piece of gossip or information.’

And, who doesn’t love such tidbits!?

I have a place on my blog especially for tidbits; posts that are light, frothy and fun to write about and read.

Not all of my ‘Tidbit’ posts are gossip, though, some are just about anything that’s a part of a regular day or even musings of an idle mind. Funny, crazy thoughts about mundane things that, when looked at differently, can give them a whole new identity.

So, in this section, you will find a post on 30 odd questions I answered to let my readers a peek into my mind and my Life.  Questions that are the kind curious friends ask;  information that is often used as fodder for idle gossip, and having some fun at our expense!

There are some like this post that I wrote to pep myself up on a boring day. It was just something I shared about myself. Posts like these often bring you closer to your readers.

We bond over topics that seem mundane but are so relatable! It’s all girlie talk, really. Just chatting about jewelry,  clothes, makeup, hobbies, or how we spend a regular day with our friends can feel so refreshing, isn’t it? No serious talk, just plain and simple gupshup!

This post on unusual words was another fun post I enjoyed doing. Searching for words I haven’t heard of, neither use, was a distraction I needed when I did this post. It was fun reading comments for this post, too!

A Book lover’s tag and Anything but books were two book-related posts that shared some of my weird book habits and also some gossip I wanted to share with my friends.

So, writing posts on tidbits is an enjoyable activity. The thoughts just pour at a steady pace as if you are chatting with a friend sitting alongside you, sipping coffee as you go yappity yap!

Writing such posts can be relaxing. For there are times when there isn’t anyone around to talk to; times when you just wish to chat with a friend about nothing in particular, nothing serious, just casual stuff. That’s when you type a post as if you are chatting with a close friend.

Readers enjoy these posts because they are so genuine, so true to heart. And, readers respond to these posts in a similar tone, too. They reciprocate by sharing stuff they feel like talking about — stuff that’s, well, just stuff!

I hope you enjoy reading my Tidbit posts, and write similar posts on your blog, too. Believe me, it will really feel like an evening spent gossiping with a close friend!

April 2018 A to Z blogging Challenge

My theme for the A to Z Blogging Challenge is all about my blog, Metanoia, and my blogging journey from the time  I started, 5 years ago. The lessons I learnt, the tips and tricks I picked up from fellow bloggers and the guidelines I could have used back when I began.

You will find all of my A to Z posts here.



Published by shilpagupte

Do you know the secret to living a happy life? Eat. Pray. Love. Or, watch what you eat, wish well for all and fill your heart with love! That's precisely what I try to do through my blogs: 'Metanoia', the wellness blogazine, and 'Fictionista', my blog for fiction and non-fiction. Welcome to my virtual homes!

5 thoughts on “T – Tidbits. #AtoZ

  1. Such posts let your readers a sneek peak into your life and let them feel closer to you! I think allowing some sort of your personality in your posts, lets the readers feel connected. I love such posts and it helps me getting to know the person behind the blog! So keep them coming Shilpz 🙂

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