I recently joined Blogchatter and getting to know so many like-minded people who share the same passion and enthusiasm is amazing. When I came across the challenge #DailyChatter, I knew I am participating even though I wasn’t sure if I will be able to post and read so many blogs, while juggling between household chores, office, traveling and celebrating so many festivals in this month of October.
This month has been a roller coaster journey where I was running to put up my post before the clock strikes 12, visiting fellow bloggers , reading and sharing views with others and making new friends. This was a new experience in total and a really crazy but special one. I am happy that I took the challenge and sailed (not easily though), however, I could not visit as many as I wanted to and I am still going and reading a lot of posts.
I would like to thank Blogchatter for making me a part of this challenge and providing a platform to share our writings, appreciate and motivate each other and as we learn and grow together here.
Here I am trying to mention some of the fellow bloggers whom I like a lot and would love to read them throughout the year.
Shalini Nair from Kohl eyed me
I have fallen in love with her writing, the first time I visited her blog. She is such a creative and talented blogger that I really look forward to her posts. Her imagination and efforts are commendable and they clearly reflect in her colorful, expressive and prolific articles. I am really grateful to her for her support and encouragement when I approached her.
Chandni Moudgil from Life in Technicolour
Her theme for this challenge was #100HappyDays and all her posts were so impressive. She says, “Happiness isn’t by chance , it’s by choice .” She shared her happiness each day through her posts, a step towards gaining a positive state of mind. This whole idea is so inspiring and I am planning to take it sometime soon.
Ramya Rao from Words & Me
I loved all her women- centric poems and she is now on my permanent list of reading. All her poems are so meaningful and have relevance in today’s world where women are fighting for their rights to become an equal part of the male-dominated society.
She has the power to write about diverse things, making us bewildered. I wonder, how she picks up on anything and everything, which we even do not realize in our everyday life. I was in awe exploring many of her older posts and happily subscribed to her blog.
There are many other phenomenal bloggers and I am going to check their blogs and make many more friends even after the challenge.
As I wrap up #Daily Chatter, I promise to myself that I will take part next time again with a better plan and a theme (which I have already started building in my mind:)). I also need to become better in sharing and connecting. I will definitely read more, share more and connect more.
Today is the last(31st) day of the #DailyChatter by BlogChatter and I am really happy that I survived the challenge.