When I came up with the idea of doing this feature, I never thought that it could possibly present any challenge. After all, it’s my list of a few favourites from the week. Second week in, and I am already feeling the pressure. Haha. I read so many amazing blog posts this week. Picking my favorite 7 out of those many was real tough. I guess this task would only become harder from now on.
I present you my list of my picks from the week. I hope you enjoy reading those as much as I did.
(Click on the picture to reach the posts)
by Cats and Chocolate
We all complain about the dreaded writer’s block, about staring into the screen or journal for hours and getting no inspiration. But have you ever thought about the hurdles a deaf writer has to overcome? Wait, have you even about deaf writers at all? No? I hadn’t either till I came across this post.
In this beautiful post, Liz writes about those hurdles and what being a deaf writer is like. A must-read.
by Arpita’s Travelogue
Sometimes you desperately need a vacation, but cannot because you haven’t saved enough. At other times, you have that dream destination and are saving for that journey, but no matter how much you save, it doesn’t seem enough. Well, if you have a budget to adhere to, then this is the post you should go-to. Great tips on how to travel on a budget!
by Minister Is A Verb
by The Life of a 40 Something
We, homo sepians, are too quick to judge. Someone says something, and we start judging. Someone takes too long to return the call, and we start judging. In her post, Becky talks about this and what we should do the next time we get annoyed by someone else’s behavior.
Pause for a while and read the amazing post of hers.
As the title suggests, in this post, Anand argues why we should follow our followers. He managed to convince me to follow back my followers, which I promptly did. A very compelling post, and if you are thinking “why should I?”, then you should go read his post.
by Srinath Krishnamoorthy
by The Atul’s
We all have that one dream of ours, but sometimes we cannot pursue that dream due to time and financial restrictions. In this very insightful post, Atul writes about creating a alternate source of income and a system which could work for us.
If you are one one of those who are unable to chase the dream because of such restrictions, then you should give his post a read!
by The Introvert’s Dictionary
This is more of a blog recommendation. Join Charlotte Latvala as she writes the Introvert’s Dictionary. She chooses a word (alphabetically) and gives them an introverted spin; her definitions are very witty and humorous.
Alright! So I am done for this week. Happy Reading!
And, Stay Zingy!