I write about divorce in India

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  1. The blogosphere is a warm and wonderful place isn’t it? It has certainly enriched my world, and given me friends I may never see, but classify as friends just the same. And no, still waking in pain. This too will pass.

  2. Shalzmojo says:

    What lvely warm musings you have presented in your reflection post. Its been such a pleasure to read your writing and I will be dropping in regularly so I really hope you will continue with it!
    Thanks for the shoutout!! I am humbled and so happy about it!!
    Cheers Kalpanaa

    Reflections –My first and I loved it #atozchallenge

  3. hilarymb says:

    Hi Kalpanaa – you were on my list of places to visit during the A-Z and then I forgot – life comes around. I will be back to read … as I thought your subject would make interesting reading … from the divorce point of view, and from the Indian perspective.

    Wonderful you’ve many happy memories of other bloggers – that’s great and some other links I can check out – many I know, but some I don’t … Lovely Reflective post you’ve given … and I’ll see you around before 2018 rocks around … cheers Hilary

  4. It’s an awesome community in blogland. Sometimes we blog with a lot of intensity, then take a breather and blog voraciously some more 🙂

  5. Arlee Bird says:

    What a great endorsement for A to Z! Thank you so much for this Reflections post and for being a part of the 2017 Challenge. You did a great job with an important topic.

    I agree that a daily blogging exercise helps to sharpen ones blogging and writing skills, but having done daily blogging for my first year or so of blogging it’s not something that I’d go back to doing again. Too intensive for me. But that yearly one month of daily blogging is a fun endeavor and good for rebuilding ones blogging connections.

    Glad you had such a wonderful positive experience with A to Z so far.

    Arlee Bird
    Tossing It Out

  6. randommusings29 says:

    If you do stick to the schedule of blogging daily, before long it becomes routine and then it gets a whole lot easier. Congrats on completing the challenge 🙂

  7. miladyronel says:

    Thanks for the mention 🙂

    Blogging every day can be quite exhausting – mostly because of the creative energy it requires. But a schedule does help (and planning what to blog about). And the more we write, the better writers we become 🙂

  8. Andy says:

    The discipline of writing and commenting every day is a challenge. I started A-Z late and ended up throwing in the towel early. But I thoroughly enjoyed reading your thoughts in Lexicon of Leaving.

  9. SoulMom says:

    How lovely to read such a personalised reflection post. It was wonderful reading your blog and more importantly, getting to know of you through this challenge. Your posts always touched a chord, I did look forward to reading them every morning.
    Thanks much for the shoutout. Will definitely stay connected. 🙂

  10. It was a wonderful feeling reading this reflection post…Your posts are really special and it has always given me a thought to reflect back on what you have written….

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  11. yashdeep says:

    Nice blog

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