My clock says that it is midnight and I am still curled up into a ball trying to finish up this article, and why not. The moment I came across Devina Malhotra who is a blogger at Guilty Bytes, I knew it was going to be a time consuming task. It is very rare that we come across such heavily loaded blogs. To tell you the truth, once I am done with this article I will be browsing the blog guiltybytes like crazy because it has a lot of topics to explore. There is Fashion, Beauty which is the need of the hour and then there is Culture and Food which are my most favourite trivia topics and along with that she has a special content section for Brides (something which every girl plans for.)
Her Blogging story is a classic “Once Upon a Time Story” when she started to aspire by looking at her mom getting ready for Military ball parties, and because that love for fashion began at an early and innocent age it knows no bounds she dresses like Chic-Modern-Boho & Rocker all with a personal touch, and like a modern fairytale Alice built her Wonderland.
GuiltyBytes is one of the most Google loved blogs, which curates a lot of content and even more creativity. Her content is all about an Indian women’s point of view towards fashion, beauty and lifestyle. And all her creativity goes into Baking and DIY’s for all the Indian Women. This is a one-stop point for all your beauty, lifestyle and trivia needs.
Log in to her blog follow some fashion and beauty tips, and trust me these are so good that you will end up attracting a really handsome one, after that you can follow the bridal section and once your wedding date is fixed you will have to start scrolling through the food section, because after all Indian point of view!
In addition to managing this heavily loaded blog she works full time and is totally dedicated to her job and is one of the few bloggers who manage work and blogs She is a marketing professional, a social media strategist and works with brands for new business development.However to be fair she has given all the credits for the food section to her mom. Another sweet “Just Indian Thing” no matter how much we grow up and wherever we reach we always turn to our mom for the smallest of things!