Even though I have a Google+, Twitter, and Pinterest account, and have recently sworn off Facebook, I have a hard time getting the jest of social media sites in general. Yes, I’ll agree that even having a blog is somewhat a part of the social media craze, although I personally think of my blog as more … Continue reading #takeonnews: Accuracy and Integrity
Remember last month I stated how the #weekendcoffeeshare at Part-Time Monster wasn’t active anymore? I found where it is active, The Daily Post. If this is something you’d like to do, whether it be weekly like it’s supposed to be or the way I do it once a month, you can get the lowdown about … Continue reading #weekendcoffeeshare: Social Media Pandemonium
Have you ever been in that state of mind where you’re certain you can make the situation better with just a few tweaks? Nothing major, mind you. They’re the types of adjustments that show little on the surface, if at all, but you’re positive the changes will greatly improve your life in so way. After … Continue reading That Contrite Decision
Daily chores, projects, and other efforts are going as expected these days. I’m not making progress by leaps and bounds, but nothing is at a standstill either. At some moment each week, usually on Sundays for reasons I can’t fathom, I mentally go through a list of things I’d like to have different. They aren't … Continue reading Hankering Tasks
Even trying to think up a title for this type of post was mind-boggling. I like using words that many forget about, especially when it come to the title. But with this type of post, there isn’t a lot to choose from. Here it is, for better or worse. Ugly Baby Challenge Course - I … Continue reading Weekly Recap 3/14
Suzanne owns the blog, It Goes On. She started the blog as a kind of self-giving therapy. When I came across her posts, I was drawn in by her upbeat attitude and how she gives it so willingly to others. Not even a month ago, I nominated her for this award. Yes, I was a … Continue reading Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award Regifted
Sherri and I haven’t know each other long, and even at that, we only know each other online. Still, I feel that we are souls traveling along the same path of life. The miles between us are long and even stretch over the ocean, yet I find myself nodding my head in agreement with what … Continue reading The Sisterhood of the World Award
Back in the dark ages before computers were born, when I was still a kid, I kept all of my writing and writing ideas in spiral notebooks. I kept them hidden under worthless school papers in the top drawer of my small desk that I had in my bedroom. Those were the days when I … Continue reading Have We Lost the Art?