I Love You Blog

I didn’t know how much I was loving blogging until I couldn’t do it for 3 weeks.  The pain of being ripped away from a habit I had only developed over a month was surprising. ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

Ever the optimist, I used what down time I had to work on my stories; kinda the reason I started blogging in the first place – to create a writing habit. I wasn’t online but, really, what can compare to paper and pen other than a higher word count in a shorter amount of time? Ok…higher word count..shorter amount of time….love it, but pen and paper are still sweet.

I’m also disappointed to have missed most of Blogging 101…super sad about that actually. When I decided to restart my blog, to create this writing habit because I want to write for a living – btw I do a mean press release if you need one 😉 – I stumbled upon Blogging 201. Blogging 201 is really brand based so I figured I should have at least some knowledge of the first installment before venturing into the next so I wasn’t completely lost. Crash Course was the only way to go. (Also how I made it through most of College 😛 so I knew I was capable.)

I did that, then took Blogging 201 and met some great people. Then! Blogging 101 was being offered up again! And some of the people I had met were taking it! I really thought I had hit the perfect balance of all that I needed to feel supported in the best ways and to learn how to create something I could really…really….get behind? worthy? other people would like?

Stick with.

I’m still not sure what I’m looking for but I know my connections are not dead. Hopefully Blogging 101 will be offered again so I can really take part but for now I’m just gonna keep moving on with all of the fantastic things I’ve learned so far, with all of the fantastic people I’ve already found.

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Liebster Award!

Liebster

Thank you so much Crafty Lady in Combat Boots! I am thrilled that you thought of me for this and truly appreciate it 🙂

I think these awards are a great way of strengthening the Word Press community.  This one in particular is for New Bloggers!

Here are the rules for accepting the Liebster award:

  • Post the award on your blog.
  • Thank the blogger who presented this award and link back to their blog.
  • Write 11 random facts about yourself.
  • Nominate 11 bloggers who you feel deserve this award and who have less than 200 followers.
  • Answer 7 questions posted by the presenter and ask your nominees 11 questions

I have answered my 7 questions in a separate post which you can view here.

Part 3: Here are my random facts: Continue reading “Liebster Award!”

An only child who got smarter about SHARING

I was very hesitant about sharing my blog once I found out my posts here were going right on my FB page for all to see.

Turns out, I just had to keep learning.  Thank You Blogging 101!  Extend your brand was a fantastic post that I learned a ton from.

Now I don’t have to worry about driving people crazy with posts. Now I won’t go crazy with wondering what people think (yeah, I’m like that. What? I’m working on it ok?)

My blog goes to my fan page and people can choose to go there or not.

Ahhhhhhh….now I feel like I got my comfy chair worked in just right.

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Twenty-4 Round up

I’m gonna tell you what I’ve loved so far.

I’m a writer who is interested in the craft and business of writing. I’m a person whose is interested in spirituality. I’m a Lady who doesn’t really like people but I’m completely fascinated by them.  Now you will have some context as to who I’ve chosen to follow in the past week.  Here are my pick’s and a quickie about why I like them. Continue reading “Twenty-4 Round up”

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