Great read: Link love: Getting over sickness

Last two weeks has been bit crazy, first little P got bronchitis and ear infections and finally he was getting better, R got sick and he is almost better. Sickness is not fun, specially to parents of sick kids. Good news is weather is finally getting better and feel likes summer. We planted a few of our seedlings in the ground and hoping for the best.

Here are some of the great read around blogosphere that you may enjoy.

Get rich slowly blog has every Sunday reader story, here is the one that caught my eye How to travel cross country dirt cheap . It is great time to read it as many might be traveling during summer and driving by your own car is one of best way to save money during travel.

Rachel from Small notebook just a took a much needed , a month long blog break and shares a story Closet makeover . She inspired me to do spring cleaning again in my closet.

Frugal babe recently wrote that felt I could have said it, but she said it better and first, so check it out Creating a life that needs no escape . That should be our ultimate goal.

Leo of Zen habits has a great post on creativity and solitude No 1. habit of highly creative people . The post shares habits by some creative people from today and from history. Check it out.

Betsy bargain who is my blog friend and supporter, has written a Each one, Reach one post, based on one of post and she shares great many ways to save money and help people. Check it out.

What are you reading? Was this list useful?



  1. Angela Artemis says:

    Hi ZenGirl,
    I read Leo Babauta’s post on creativity and really resonated with it. I do need my solitude to write. I’m also a medium and that requires a lot of time in meditation. So, for me solitude is high up on the list of requirements for me.

    I have not checked out the authors on your list, but I will.

    Thank you for introducing sharing them with us.

    .-= Angela Artemis´s last blog ..Would Your Rather Have a Big House Or A Big Life? =-.

  2. ZenGirl says:


    I think some links were not clicking well for someone, now it is fixed. Thanks for checking out links.

    Having 2 noisy preschooler, and infant, I am value any little solitude I get. I can suppose being a medium you will not plenty of solitude and meditation time.

  3. Betsy Bargain says:

    Zengirl, I am sorry to hear that the Zenfamily is under the weather. I hope everyone feels better soon! Thanks for the links to the other posts. I can’t wait to read them. Thanks also for mentioning my post. I really appreciate your continued support!
    .-= Betsy Bargain´s last blog ..Birthday Booty =-.

  4. ZenGirl says:


    My little one has a weak lung so he is often sick, almost once every month, so it is draining mentally and physically. Now, both kids are getting better and so is weather so I hope this lasts.

    You are welcome. I really like that you also support my writing by reading and leaving comments. I sure appreciate it.

  5. Claire - Gratitude Connection says:

    I wish you beautiful weather and healthy chidren, and a moment to take for yourself.
    .-= Claire – Gratitude Connection´s last blog ..Today I’m grateful for… =-.

  6. ZenGirl says:


    Thanks for leaving your first comment here. Previous blog design was similar but looked bit cluttered (I think), this is lot better.
    Thanks for the wishes, I wish same to you.

  7. Walter says:

    Glad to hear that your little ones are getting better. Having sick kids is indeed very distressing, oftentimes we wish it was us who got sick and not them. Anyway, thanks for sharing something worthwhile here. Zen Habits is a very good place to find something that’s very helpful. 🙂

  8. ZenGirl says:


    Thank Goodness, R is almost better and little P has been good for now. Yes, often time I wish I was sick instead of them, I am sure every parent of often sick child must have wished and hope for the better.

    Yes, there are many great blogs out there, I wish I had more time to read more neat and inspiring stuff! Thanks for commenting here.

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