#AtoZChallenge : So far, so good

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Last year around this time when I saw a few of my fellow
blogger friends write posts for the A to Z Challenge, I wanted to do it too. I
was too late last year, but this time I vowed that I would finish it. That is
why I signed up for this challenge. It has been over a week now and so far it
has been good. I have been able to post for each day promptly so far. Most
of my posts have gone live when the clock strikes 12 at midnight. Thanks to
writing posts before and prescheduling them. Good that I did that because there
was no way I could manage to write a post last week as I was sick. 
The best
part of A to Z challenge is not just about writing our own posts but reading a
lot of other bloggers too. It is about networking, making blogging
relationships that last. Thanks to Blog Chatter, I had the pleasure of
connecting with so many bloggers who were taking up the challenge too and what
a journey it has been so far. The love shown through the comments and shares,
encouraging each other too blog when it gets difficult at times, caring about
each other  when they are sick or hurt
(personal experience), we’ve become a close knit family in a matter of just few

Sundays are technically off for the A to Z Challenge. But
this Sunday Blog Chatter asked us to do some blogging. So here are the three
bloggers that I started reading because of the A to Z Challenge and whose posts
I love.

  1. Chandni Moudgil: She blogs at Life in Technicolour. She has
    been writing wonderful stories each day of the challenge so far. I love her
    narration and I would definitely follow her blog post the challenge too. 
  2. Shalini:
    Shalini is a champ. While most of us are struggling with the A to Z Challenge
    on one blog, she is here taking it up on two blogs. Her tales of being an Army
    wife on her blog Tale of Two Tomatoes are witty and interesting to read. While
    she is not writing her Army wife tales she dons the role of a chef, a master
    chef at that and posts yummy chicken recipes on her cooking blog Something’s Cooking
  3. Era : She blogs at The Era I lived in. For this A to Z Challenge, she
    opens her Mommy diaries and tells us how she is trying to bring up her child.
    Her ways are different but interesting – be it inculcating the habit of reading
    or explaining to the child the importance of honesty, she does it differently
    and I like it.

Apart from these there are so many other blogs that I read
daily and I love them all. There are few blogs that I have always been reading
and few others I was introduced because of the challenge. Reading each one is a
different experience.
So apart from listing the three blogs that I loved in these
days of the challenge, I am supposed to tell three of my best posts for the
challenge so far.

  1. To Dad : Each letter that I have written for this series has
    a lot of emotions attached. This one was the one with the most because this one
    is straight from the heart. 
  2. To God : This comes a close second. I have always
    wanted to write to God about a lot of things and this is letter is one of them. 
  3. To Books: Books have been my best friends throughout my life. From my childhood
    till now, this letter explains why books are the love of my life.

The journey has just begun and there is still a long way to
go. More awesome posts to be written and even more awesome posts to be read,
commented and shared.
And yes,
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12 responses to “#AtoZChallenge : So far, so good”

  1. The Era I Lived In is such a nice blog, and Shalini is doing a great job with two blogs πŸ™‚
    As I said, your To Dad post is beautiful. The emotions and love in it are beyond words!
    I also liked your letter to Anne Frank. <3
    Keep blogging girl, and Happy Sunday! πŸ™‚

  2. Reema it's really wonderful to connect with passionate bloggers like you . You made daily blogging look so effortless . I guess one of the reasons I could take it up was coz I was inspired by you. You made it seem doable . πŸ™‚
    Feel so humbled seeing my name in your post .. Look forward to staying in touch !

  3. Ramya Rao says:

    I agree with you, the blogs you mentioned are indeed fabulous. Its been a pleasure reading you too. Letter to your dad, I loved. I could feel all the emotion in it.

  4. Shalini says:

    Means a lot, Reema! I'm overwhelmed. Thanks for all the love you shower on my by visiting my posts each day. I'm trying to improve.
    I love your posts too, esp the letter to God was so refreshing. The letter to Dad made me miss mine. Keep writing. πŸ™‚ <3

  5. Parul says:

    Your three picks are ones I'm also reading regularly. They are great. Additional even your posts are so full of love. You are doing very well in the challenge you have taken for the first time. Keep going!

  6. Ravyne says:

    Such a beautiful tribute to those you are reading, Reema. I will have to check some of them out *smiles*
    Many Blessings,

    My A2Zs @ As the Fates Would Have It & Promptly Written
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