I’m always interested to hear bits and pieces of bloggers’ personal lives in their posts and comments. It helps me to develop – in a completely healthy, non-stalkerish way, I promise – a more well-rounded picture of their lives. As well, it helps me to pray for any special needs they may have. So…as I… Continue reading Where do you read and write blog posts?
We began our home school year yesterday, and with that, I resumed some of my school year habits – including reading your blog posts. During the summer, I let go of a few of my favorite activities in hopes of knocking down the many tasks on my to-do list, mostly house cleaning/painting/crafting/renovation projects. Having accomplished… Continue reading Back to School, and (Happily) Back to Reading Your Blogs
Something I appreciate about the WordPress world is that its members present themselves as far less gilded and glossy than those who primarily use other social media platforms. The bloggers I read (mostly Christians) tend to be refreshingly honest, while still being encouraging and hopeful. Wherefore comfort yourselves together, and edify one another, even as also ye… Continue reading Living What We Blog
Since I began this blog about a year ago, my reasons for blogging have changed. At first, I blogged to hone my writing skills. My freelance work is steady, but assignments are generally weeks apart. Blogging provided needed practice. As well, my posts provided a way to extend a branch to a community of… Continue reading Thank You, WordPress Community!
I am so thankful for all of you who have hung in there with me during my long hiatus from blogging. The busy Christmas season is past, and I’ve resumed posting material; but I’ve settled on a new schedule which will better suit this season of my life. Tuesday – personal experience with Scripture application… Continue reading New Year, New Goals, New Posting Schedule