#QuotedStories linky party #4

June 2, 2017

Hello lovely linkers. Welcome back to #QuotedStories #4

It has been an exciting fortnight with so much to take note of. Temperature is rising in part of the country I live in but thanks to few cool evenings with light showers.

I have published my first E-book on Minimalism I had written for myself, to simplify my Life and now its time to take action.

One of my friends is screened with Kidney stones and other is suffering from Spondylitis. This makes me more determined to follow Minimalist lifestyle and inspire others for the same. We are so much engrossed in our sedentary jobs that we are left with no energy to look after ourselves.

I am planning to start a separate blog on Minimalism. Can I count you guys in as my subscribed readers?

Back to the linky, featured Post for third edition of #QuotedStories-Mayuri for her post-On Revenge and Forgetting it all


Come and join Quoted Stories… #4

blog link up

We look forward to reading your posts!


Open every fortnight-


  1. It will be a Fortnightly Linky party which will go Live on 1st and 15th of every Month.
  2. No limit on word count- The quote can be typed or a graphic. The quote can be parenting related, inspirational, funny, sarcastic – anything you like.
  3. Linky will remain open for 10 days i.e. 10th June.
  4. Rohan & I will select our favorite quote to feature on the following link up. We will also tweet the favorite quotes!
  5. By Joining the linky you are giving us permission to email and or tweet you a weekly reminder.
  • You will get a comment from at least one of the hosts on the post you link up
  • We will give you a little shout out on Twitter



  1. Write a new post and mention the Quote you are writing around.
  2. You can use these prompts or use your own favorite quote:
    • In the End, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends. Martin Luther King, Jr.
    • Silence is one of the hardest arguments to refute. Josh Billings
    • You must learn to exist with no religion, no country, no allies. You must learn to live alone in silence. William S. Burroughs
  3. Add the #QuotedStories badge to the HTML / Text portion in your post -or- a back link to “” or “”. Send us a message on twitter if you’re stuck, we’re here to help!
  4. Comment on both hosts posts and on a post before yours. That’s only 3! More is always a bonus! It would be easy to track if you to use #QuotedStories while commenting.
  5. After you link up, tag us for a retweet: @LifeBioscope @RohanK01 & include #QuotedStories

INSTALOVE: You can also post your QuotePicture on your Instagram wall using hashtag #QuotedStories . Do tag me @life_through_my_bioscope and I will shout-out the most loved quote in the next linkup post.

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  • Reply healthcon July 5, 2017 at 1:20 pm

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    • Reply Upasna July 6, 2017 at 11:24 am

      Hello, thanks for the kind appreciation and wishes. You made my day a happy one.

    • Reply Upasna July 12, 2017 at 1:49 am

      So good to hear that. Thanks for your kind wishes. Hope to see you often here.

  • Reply Dashy June 8, 2017 at 5:43 pm

    Ooh, that’s an interesting linky! I’ll surely link up some time soon. Congratulations on your e-book Upasna! And you have my whole hearted support for your blog idea on minimalism. Keep going! 😀
    Dashy recently posted…I am India’s DaughterMy Profile

    • Reply Upasna June 10, 2017 at 7:58 am

      Thanks Dashy… Will be sharing the new Blog url soon. Will be happy to have you here at #QuotedStories

  • Reply Mahati Ramya adivishnu June 5, 2017 at 11:13 pm

    Congrats for your ebook Upasana. Yes, count me in for your new blog about minimalism. Actually, i know nothing about minimalism.

    • Reply Upasna June 7, 2017 at 12:08 am

      Thanks Ramya. Wonderful! I will count you in then.

  • Reply Kala Ravi June 5, 2017 at 6:56 pm

    Firstly, congrats on your book an Minimalism. I am sure it must be garnering a lot of interest. You have an interesting theme with the #QuotedStories. Hope to join in some time. All the best Upasna.
    Kala Ravi recently posted…When Dame Shopalot takes inventoryMy Profile

    • Reply Upasna June 7, 2017 at 12:09 am

      Thanks a lot Kala. I hope to reach as many Indians as I can as we are drowned in this excessive consumerism culture. Will be happy to have you here Kala.

  • Reply #QuotedStories: Lost voice in the art of silence | Vishal Bheeroo June 2, 2017 at 8:35 pm

    […] post is written as part of #QuotedStories hosted by Rohan and Upasna on their blogs. I choose to combine the two quotes to make it into […]

  • Reply Novemberschild June 2, 2017 at 6:27 pm

    If you have been simplifying your life, or thinking about living more minimally, you might be further along than you think. Goodluck for your separate blog on Minimalism. I look forward to read it.

    • Reply Upasna June 7, 2017 at 12:11 am

      Thanks Roma for your support. I am constantly working on it.

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