A very happy Easter to everyone.

If you  like to read more than what there on Google news, then you need to dig web a lot more and in a different way. Here is my view on some of the most exciting places on web to read cool and meaning full substance.


Tiny Buddha

Here is how Lori describes her blog –Tiny Buddha is about reflecting on simple wisdom and learning new ways to apply it to our complex lives—complete with responsibilities, struggles, dreams, and relationships. Over 1.5 million members have found happiness with forum.

Zen Habits

Zen Habits is about finding simplicity in the daily chaos of our lives. It’s about clearing the clutter so we can focus on what’s important, create something amazing, find happiness. The blog claims to be one of the Top 25 blogs and Top 50 websites in the world, with more than a million monthly readers. I like Leo Babauta’s simple and affable writing style presenting simple things in simple ways

The Art of Non-Conformity

A home for unconventional people doing remarkable things, that’s how Chris Guillebeau defines his blog. He writes on variety of topics ranging from personal development, entrepreneurship to international travel. He certainly is jack of all trades

The Smart passive Income blog

Pat Flynn shares with you how to live on passive income made online. He proudly depicts his earnings on his blog which is quite impressive, you can find so much to start here. I like his intuitive style of writing and his dedication to share so much with all

The Minimalist

Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus write about living a meaningful life with less stuff for 2 million readers. Living on minimum and focusing on less has brought profound changes to their life and this is the message they share on their blog.

The blog of Tim Ferris

Tim says 25,000+ subscribers means something–the content works and it I say it definitely does, An author who has written multiple best sellers, an angel investor who has invested in marquee companies like Facebook. There is definitely content for everyone in his blog. I am impressed with free tricks and tools he has shared with everyone

The Old school value

If you need to invest in stocks, therefore you have to know how to value stocks, Jae Jun’s blog is probably a very good place to start learning how to value stocks. The blog has useful tools to help investors, I for one has certainly benefited from his resources.

And yes most of us are busy these days, two of the apps which work


Feedly delivers all your favorite content in one place. However you can’t customize stuff like you can do in Zite

Zite (Acquired by Flip-board)

With so much information available online today, it’s increasingly difficult and time-consuming to find the content we want. That’s where Zite comes in. Zite evaluates millions of new stories every day, looking at the type of article, its key attributes and how it is shared across the web. Zite uses this information to match stories to your personal interests and then delivers them automatically to your iPad or iPhone.


What keeps you hooked ? Share below