I’m introducing a new bi-monthly meme here – Anything Goes On Sundays. I’ll be writing an update of things of all sorts of stuff – inspirations, events, experiences, links I recommend, etc. I invite you to add your links to the linky. What links? Links to any post you’ve written on that Sunday. The topic doesn’t matter. Remember, anything goes? πŸ™‚ However, if you’re leaving a link, I’d like you to leave a comment as well. So here’s my first round up for this Sunday.


What’s In A Name? Β 

Suzy Que, has a lovely prompt for The Writers’ Post Blog Hop 2014 #4Β –Β Share with us why and how you chose the name of your blog and what it means to you.

How did I choose the name of my blog? I initially wanted to write everyday and have an Indian connect in the name – so I looked at ‘dailygyaan’ – the domain was available too, but I hesitated for two days and when I went back to claim it, it was gone! So I came up with ‘everyday gyaan‘ – with ‘everyday’ meaning ‘ordinary’ and not ‘daily’. Β Six years later, I’m giving thanks that I didn’t get into daily blogging!

Friends With Benefits πŸ˜›

Richa Singh is now offering a weekly newsletter on her blog The Philosopher’s Stone. The three editions I’ve received so far make interesting reading. You might like to sign up too.

Pratibha who wrote that fantastic post on detox drinksΒ Β is now offering an e-book of DIY tips and tricks for wellness. Β Do download your copy – click on the picture below to find out how:


In other news

A lot of people around the world are getting set to be Blogging From A to ZΒ . In case you haven’t already, do sign up too and also add your name to the linky list on Vidya Sury‘s blogΒ to reveal your chosen theme.

I was fortunate enough to spy a lovely blog hop by Michelle Wallace on the occasion of her blog completing three. The subject was ‘Ubuntu’ and I thoroughly enjoyed writing my post and reading the other posts on the hop. Do stop by at Samantha Readstreake Geary’s blog for a beautiful story that so well captures the essence of this philosophy.

The Language of Love contest on Write Tribe brought some great posts in – do read them. Also on Write Tribe, Claire McAlpine is doing a three part post on How To Write A Book Review and Why Anyone Can Do It.

Something you can do through the week


Do add your link if you’ve written a post today!

In case you’re interested, I useΒ PicMonkey: crazy-awesome photo editing for most of the visuals in my posts. The Danny Kaye quote image is from Say What