Teach us to care and not to care
Teach us to sit still.
~ T S Eliot
A recent break has taught me to re-think a lot of things. I’m learning
- to chose between what to care about and what not to care about.
- to make choices about where to spend my energy and where to conserve it.
- to decide which relationships are important to invest in and which are not.
I’m also learning to be still ……more about that in another post.
One of the things I’ve learnt in the last few months of blogging is the power of authentic connections and opening oneself up to a lot of new ideas. I’ve made a conscious effort to invest both time and money in making Everyday Gyaan a friendlier space. The most noticeable changes are:
- Using AWeber to deliver my posts by e-mail to make them reader-friendly. If you haven’t signed up for getting posts by e-mail – I’d urge you to do that now. All you have to do is go here and fill in your details. When you do that, you’ll get my e-book ‘Making Everyday Matter’ for free.
- Also you would have noticed an increase in guest posts. I’ve been connecting with some great writers and am so honored that I can share their writing with you. More good stuff to come, I promise!
- Today I introduced ‘Blog of the Week’ on the right side-bar. This is an idea borrowed from that very creative blogger, Pandora Poikilos. This week I’m featuring the lovely, Adriana Iris whose blog La Dulce Vida is fascinating.
- Also, after much thought I’ve decided to shut down my other site ‘Training Gyaan’ which didn’t really take off for a variety of reasons. Instead I’m going to feature posts on training on Everyday Gyaan.
I’m presently working on my second e-book which of course I will offer free to you, dear readers. 🙂