International Blog Delurking Week – 2018

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  1. Alexia Rose says:

    I learn something new everyday. today, thanks to your blog, I learned about Delurking Week. And found you on Instrgram, too. Thank you for all your inspiration, and I’ll try to comment more frequently to all the blogs I visit.

  2. Vinitha says:

    I’m here always! I love to read you, every single post of yours, Parul. Happy to see that you are hosting this one this year. How do you manage to remember all these, Parul? I am linking mine. 🙂 Happy writing and delurking. 😉
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  3. Mali says:

    Yes, I am here! Thanks for reminding us all. I need to do this. But what if no-one is lurking? lol

  4. Rashi Mital says:

    HI Parul. This is my first time for both – reading your blog and about Blog Delurking Week. So, as the post says, m here to say a Hello and looking forward to exploring your blog. 🙂 I blog at Live It Young. com and hope to write a post on Delurking Week if not this year, then next year for sure.
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  5. Rashi Mital says:

    HI Parul. This is my first time for both – reading your blog and about Blog Delurking Week. So, as the post says, m here to say a Hello and looking forward to exploring your blog. 🙂 I blog at Live It Young. com and hope to write a post on Delurking Week if not this year, then next year for sure. 🙂

  6. Soumya says:

    I just wrote my post and linked it back to yours. Thank you for letting me know about this.

    http://www.lifeofleo.in/2018/01/international-blog-delurking-week-2018.html
    Soumya recently posted…International Blog Delurking Week: 2018My Profile

  7. Rashmi says:

    Hello Parul. Always loved your blog
    and I will continue to visit this space as often as I can. You are awesome so is your simple and thoughtful writing . Keep up the good work .We can meet some time soon:)

    Thanks
    Rashmi

  8. HI 🙂

    I’m always around, for every single one of your posts. In case you didn’t know that already.

  9. Mel says:

    I am here, and grateful that you remembered when I forgot 🙂

  10. Suzy says:

    Never knew about this. Dropping by to say hello but you know me already. I must start linking up to your tree linky again . I enjoy that.
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  11. This is such a good idea 🙂 I’m not a lurker as you already know but just want to say hi!
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  12. Alice Gerard says:

    I have known about delurking week for about 24 hours, so… I know that the swift brown fox jumps over the log or something like that. I think that it is a great idea. I hope that it goes well.

  13. Jayanthyg says:

    I am new here and have read your last few posts. I found them interesting. Whatever I read so far, definitely put a smile on my face. I guess that’s why I come back. I am yet to explore more of your posts, I am sure I will do it soon. So yes, you will find me stoppig by every once in a while. 💟
    Jayanthyg recently posted…What’s Your Word for 2018?My Profile

  14. Jayanthyg says:

    I am a new visitor here. I have only read the last few posts in your blog. However, I like the casual writing and things that I think, but haven’t put in words are mentioned by you beautifully. I like what I read here. I am yet to touch many topics here and I thank you for being a wonderful blogger.

  15. Hi Parul, being a new member of blogging community I had just started off to explore this great world. I loved your blog and especially the tree series would love to participate very soon. I had not heard about the international blog the delurking week before, sounds good and interesting. will definitely try to participate.

  16. Vineeta says:

    You know I love your posts . Pl continue writing on positivity, nature , travels, teenagers’ mentality, career, life,love and every thing .
    Your writings always inspire me .
    You are a Phenomenal woman ….
    Keep it up !!

  17. That’s wonderful idea Parul to know what our followers want to see in our blog. I usually come to your blog either from writetribe or facebook page, I love the casual writing of you and travelogues and some nice photos. I love to see more positive posts and travelogues on your blog.

  18. Rajendra says:

    I am reading most posts, and sometimes delurking..Proud that someone I know is a great blogger. Keep it up!

  19. G Angela says:

    Hi Parul, I have no idea about this delurking week; will try and see if i can participate…. I enjoy reading your post, tree love and gratitude have been my favourites, any posts on youth & women’s issues attract me as I work closely with these targeted group. You are genuine and authentic in your writings and I am inspired by your courage and the risk you take travelling… Thank you for being so generous in sharing all your learnings and your writings goes with the saying “pen is sharper than the sword” Appreciate you once again, and may God bless you in abundance:)

  20. I love your blog and I love the simplicity with which you talk about complicated things, the quotes you pick for the tree posts, I love those. So keep going. I’ll join in with a post soon.

  21. Joined this year.. honestly was not even aware of this all these years.. definitely something much needed in our blogosphere.
    Dr Roshan Radhakrishnan recently posted…It is International Blog Delurking Week. Say ‘Hello’ for a ChangeMy Profile

  22. Ashvini Naik says:

    Well, Parul! I’m never going to be writing the yawn-inducing phrase, “the quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog’.

    This post grabbed my attention & since I’ve got to your blog today only (I’ve just begun blogging. So, hey, apologies!)), I chose to read your posts before I could wave here. And I swear, I couldn’t help reading so many of your posts in succession. You write so honestly. That churns beauty even out of random stuffs, which seriously puts me in awe of you.

    Wow! For this amazing concept & happy hosting! Good day!
    Ashvini Naik recently posted…Always, Choose KindMy Profile

  23. Soumya says:

    Leave anything? Okay, I love you 😀

    What I’d like to read more on your blog? Anything! You write with such honestly and genuineness that I feel so happy just to visit you. Anything controversial, well that’s why we meet 😀

    Okay, I’m doing this next week. It seems like such a wonderful idea to know your true readers.
    Soumya recently posted…Always, Choose KindMy Profile

  24. Manisha says:

    Hi Parul

    So I have been reading your blog from 2 months maybe ( never commented though)and have read so many of your old posts as well. I liked the post of Azamgarh so much as it reminded me of my hometown Kolkata. After a time I feel all home towns are similar in nature as its their warmth and memories that we have of them makes us feel so. your posts are vibrant happy and even on a dull day I feel lightened up reading them that there is so much in life to feel good about. Keep writing Parul its really good to read you.

    • Parul Thakur says:

      Manisha – Thank you so so much for stopping and leaving this comment. You cannot imagine how much happy I am reading this. I am glad you like reading posts here. The post on Azamgarh is very close to my heart and I hear you on how hometowns and cities we come from have a charm of their own. Keep reading and have a 2018 full of happiness and food:) Hugs!

  25. I love reading your personal posts. travel tidbits and general musings. I have tried to join in on the thursday treelove sometimes though must confess to not being regular there. You write as you see it and there is much honesty and clarity of thought – both resonate with me on every level of my thinking pattern.
    This is a splendid idea and thank you for sharing it with me – I shall link up today as well. Happy blogging 🙂

  26. Balaka says:

    This concept is really good. We often wonder if people are at all reading or liking our posts. This would give us a fair idea.
    And as far as your posts go…you are amazing. I usually always try to leave a comment whenever I read your post.

  27. Vidya Sury says:

    I think you are amazing, Parul, and your blog is a pleasure to visit. Guilty of not always commenting because these days I mostly read on my phone from where it is a challenge to comment, but I will change that this year. 🙂 Happy hosting!
    I would love to make you smile!
    And oh yes, the quick brown fox does jump over the lazy dog!
    Vidya Sury recently posted…How heavy is this glass of water? #WednesdayWisdomMy Profile

  28. Steph says:

    Alighty then. You made me chuckle and post. Now thr aforementioned delurking is complete.

  29. SO tempted to write the ‘quick brown fox. . .’ 😛

    But I will be nice. I love your posts. I love the honesty in them, the kindness they exude, the willingness to be open to a different opinion from the one you have expressed.

    For me, that makes it all worthwhile. I may not comment very very regularly these days but when I do comment, I try and make it worthwhile. That’s the case with every blog. A blogger loves comments no matter what they may say otherwise.

    So happy that you are hosting this and I just may write and link up today. There, I shall break my vow of blogging only once a week thanks to you 😉
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    • Parul Thakur says:

      Thank you Shailaja for your kind words. They mean a lot!
      I know what you mean about comments. I prefer to not lurk and leave my thoughts when I read posts. I think it matters that someone took the time to read and share thoughts. Thank you for always doing that!
      I’m so glad you joined. It’s so much fun to read comments that lurkers leave once a year 🙂

  30. Shantala says:

    I know I read, you know I read, but I can resist writing.. the quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. 😛
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  31. Totally loved it and would want to be a part of it

  32. Rajlakshmi says:

    The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog 😋😋

    I totally forgot about this day. It’s a nice opportunity to thank all the silent readers 😊
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  33. I have known about delurking week in the last 2 years and this time I am going to join you in this. I will put up a post for Monday. I really want to know the people (readers) behind the different flags.

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