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Budget Wednesdays: A New Feature...

Introducing A New Feature Called The Budget Wednesdays...


Heylo my darlings :)
While traveling with Jyoti (of EverthingThatMatters) to Mumbai to attend the IndiBlogger Dove meet on Sunday, we were discussing our respective blogs, the whole journey of blogging and our adorable readers who have kept us going... Then eventually the topic switched to the kind of posts that our readers like and how many a times unexpected posts become more popular than the ones we thought would be and you know what we realised?
Read on to know...




So, what we realised was that the posts that helped people select better products and posts that helped people make more informed decisions and posts that everyone could relate invariably became more popular, more read and more frequented...



This leads me to my announcement, where I'd like to announce a new feature on ISLM called The Budget Wednesdays...
The Budget Wednesdays, ladies and gentlemen are going to be posts featured on every Wednesday (duh!) and shall focus on review of budget drugstore products. So basically I will be talking about and reviewing products that I would have essentially picked during my grocery shopping trips and visits to the nearby super market :)

I mean come on, MAC Ruby Woo may be my favorite lippy and Bobbi Brown Moisture Rich foundation may be my go to foundation but I still do regularly pick up Vaseline Lip Balms, a Bare Essentials Wet Tissue pack, Lakme Nail Polish remover and the Maybelline Colossal Kajal during my grocery shopping rounds :) And these budget drugstore products deserve a round of applause and they deserve exposure on a "public platform", now don't they?

So, do look forward to Wednesdays, when I bring forth to you all reviews of these Unsung Heroes...

Till then ciao :)






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  1. I am gonna be looking forward to this series.. <3

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