Ideal Inspiration Blogger Award

‘Crazy Nerds’ has been nominated for ‘Ideal Inspiration Blogger Award’. I extend my thanks to both the nominators – Princess and ikwords.

Princess runs the blog The Mindful Modus, focussing on self-care. She’s a structural design engineer, sharing practical self-care guides, skincare reviews, haikus on fragrances, and random posts on her lifestyle. Do check her blog.

A middle-school blogger, ikwords, is a word-nerd blogging on Words on Key. The blog is all about tiny tales, word challenges, book recommendations, and fantasies. If you’re someone who wants to read a variety of stories, don’t give it a miss.

About the award

‘Ideal Inspiration Blogger Award’ was introduced by Rising Star. In the creator’s own words,

Ideal Inspiration Blogger Award is a non-official Award to the bloggers as a reward of wonderful work on their blogs. It’s just as important because it really reflects the good impact we can have on other people’s lives. Awards are important for the inspiration, towards the success of our fellow bloggers and especially newbie’s to become future “Stars”.


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  1. Thank the person who has nominated you and provide a link back to his/her blog.
  2. Answer their questions.
  3. Nominate up to 9 other bloggers and ask them 5 new questions.
  4. Notify the nominees through their blog by visiting and commenting on their blogs.
  5. List the rules and display the “Ideal Inspiration Blogger Award” logo.
  6. Provide the link to the award creator, as Rising Star from the blog “It’s all about Inspiration.

Logo of Ideal Inspiration Blogger Award

About The Blog:

Crazy Nerds is a two-author personal blog, started for fun, during college days. We share random stuff including fiction, poems, book reviews, picture tales, motivational stuff, and at times, life experiences. If you’re interested in knowing more, here’s the About section.

My answers to the questions from ‘The Mindful Modus’:

  1. Which of your blog posts is your favorite?  


    Black Mystery

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