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Blog resolutions! #10yearsOfBlogging

Hey  all, it has been a FANTASTIC blogversary week for me, to celebrate 10 years of blogging, and all of you have chipped in and poured in the comments.

I conclude the celebrations with my blogging resolutions! For those who came in late, do read the previous posts (with some VERY interesting topics) and leave me a comment. 3 comments win a beautiful limited edition mug designed by my team.



Here are my blog resolutions/ mission statement/purpose :

 



1. I will  try and blog at least once a week.
2. Posting something is better than not posting at all.
3. I will do one blog marathon every year.
4.There has never been and there will  be no negativity on my blog
5. My blog will always be my special place.
6.My blog readers are a very special lot.
7.                  The best way to know someone is by reading their blog!
8. My blog will always remain honest and authentic.

Have a GREAT Diwali folks.
Much love
Preeti



Comments

  1. My blogging rule means

    1) my writing will connect with readers heart
    2....my gift to all my closed one and family members
    3..... i wanted to prove myself in front of all especially me
    4.... there is no power great goal achieved by handicapped peoples and not normal person
    5.... from my bad experience i wanted to gave lesson to the world
    6...... i wanted to regular blogger
    7.... i wanted to complete once blog marathon
    8.... negative comments for my good if i am thinking
    9..... BAD peoples are for blocking
    10..... whether u pass from dead of closed one
    Next day u started writing for feeling burden free
    11.... try all paths of living. If u don't find thus leave on god
    12.....live love and LAUGH @ original life
    13.....thus to be BE ORIGINAL in front of readers
    14.....TAKE LESSONS FROM UR EVEN OTHERS BAD EXPERIENCE

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  2. You've been a fantastic mentor to me ma'am... After reading your blogs somehow I wish to begin writing again.... Thank you so much....

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  3. what I am thinking is to do a blog marathog along with you :).
    This blog anniversary of yours has been a real fun!
    as your blog marathon ended on 30th june, I was feeling like no inspiration. But these continuous posts of a week has given me my positivity and inspiration back.
    Thank you so much.

    as I already told that I have creating a blog being inspired by you, do visit it.
    also I have mentioned you in one of my latest post which is labelled as Handmade card.

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  5. After reading your books and blogs and knowing about how you started writing blogs i started my own one - www.sanjaydua.com. As a reader and a fan i look forward to read everything you write. Also on the same blog probably on 28th Oct 2026 we will be there with you celebrating 20 years of your blogging. Wishing you and your family and all your readers a very happy and prosperous Deepawali.

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  8. I blog because it is therapeutic, fun and it freezes good memories

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  9. I blog because it is therapeutic, fun and it freezes good memories

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  10. My first and most important resolution for my blog is that I hope that I can start blogging and maintain it throughout the next couple of years. Every time I sit at the comps, I want to start writing, but get a big writer's block. Hope it goes away soon and I can start blogging. It's so nice to read your posts which provide a lot of inspiration to all your readers and fans across the world. Thanks a lot. Congratulations on the big 10!

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  11. I free myself from the hubbub of house chores to read others' posts, post my writings and tell others what I have to about their work. Some posts I follow and Preeti's is one of them.

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