Weblog day


Hi All! Here is What I do daily: Health Ckeck : Blood Pressure, Weight, Temperature, SPO2 % and Every Week on Saturday Blood Sugar - FBS and PPBS. I like to check Bio-rhythm and count the Heart Points on the Google Fit. Writing I do 2nd thing in the morning is about: Writing my Gita … Continue reading Weblog day

Count me in … by Seth Godin


* “Count me in” [ https://feeds.feedblitz.com/~/645316300/0/sethsblog/posts~Count-me-in/ %5D That's the opposite of, “count me out.” Either you seek to unite and be part of it. Or to divide and watch it go away. Whatever 'it' might be. We can seek to trigger those we've decided are our enemies, undermine the standards and burn it all down. Or we … Continue reading Count me in … by Seth Godin

Zero Discrimination Day – 1 March


  This day is celebrated annually to promote gender equality in all walks of life by the member countries of the UN.  Content marketing ideas:      Listicle idea: How can you support your non-binary kid? Infographic idea: Countries that are successfully bridging the wage gap  Video idea: Here’s what COVID-19 has taught us about championing gender equality Podcast idea: Is entrepreneurship the only … Continue reading Zero Discrimination Day – 1 March

Scatter Newsletter I like and subscribe


Scatter Calendar March 2021  BY SCATTERCONTENT6 MIN READ March marks the gateway to the start of summer – a summer that many hope will be better than the last. So, as temperatures start to rise across the country, make sure to cash in on the month’s hot topics – from World Theater Day to World Wildlife Day – and initiate meaningful conversations with your … Continue reading Scatter Newsletter I like and subscribe

W.O.T.D.


WORD OF THE DAY Aposematicap-ə-sə-MAD-ikPart of speech: adjectiveOrigin: Greek, late 19th century 1(of coloration or markings) serving to warn or repel predators.2(of an animal) having aposematic coloration or markings.   Examples of Aposematic in a sentence "Poison dart frogs have bright aposematic designs to warn potential predators that they are venomous." "Monarch butterfly caterpillars are poisonous, which is why they have … Continue reading W.O.T.D.

The would be 8 year old (60+) Weblog


Hi All! Here is What I do daily: Health Ckeck : Blood Pressure, Weight, Temperature, SPO2 % and Every Week on Saturday Blood Sugar - FBS and PPBS. Writing I do 2nd thing in the morning is about: Writing my Gita Diary and translating and mull over the Shloka I translate from Hindi/Sanskrit to Marathi. … Continue reading The would be 8 year old (60+) Weblog

Word of the Day


WORD OF THE DAY Peripeteiaper-ə-pə-TEE-yəPart of speech: nounOrigin: Greek, late 16th century 1A sudden reversal of fortune or change in circumstances, especially in reference to fictional narrative.   Examples of Peripeteia in a sentence "The Prince and the Pauper is a classic tale of peripeteia." "The audience was relieved to find that Charles’ peripeteia did not result in the loss of … Continue reading Word of the Day