Fandango's February Expressions

Fandango’s February Expressions #17– A stitch in time saves nine.

I have always been dead scared of the dentist, hacving failed to overcome my childhood phobia of the drill. You would think that this fear would keep me away from the dentist’s chair as much as possible. Strangely enough, it is my phobia that makes me rush to the dental surgery as soon as I develop the tiniest cavity. I believe that this saves me … Continue reading Fandango’s February Expressions #17– A stitch in time saves nine.

Thoughts From The Wilderness – Sharing Tips On Blogging? – Yes, No, Maybe? — justabitfurther — Reblog

There are many bloggers out in the “old blogosphere”, that freely and openly share their knowledge and tips in regards to how the blogging world operates and how to survive, thrive and be successful in it. The next installment(Number 17) in Dr. Tanya’s Blogging Insights Series is Blogging Insight #17 – Sharing and Caring, “Do bloggers […] via Thoughts From The Wilderness – Sharing Tips On … Continue reading Thoughts From The Wilderness – Sharing Tips On Blogging? – Yes, No, Maybe? — justabitfurther — Reblog

Blogging Insights # 18 — Do You Have A Niche ?

Questions Do you have a niche for your blog If so tell us more about it. (ignore the rest of the questions). Have you ever thought of niche-ing down and why? If you chose just one as your niche, how much would you miss writing about the others?   My Answers Do you have a niche for your blog If so tell us more about … Continue reading Blogging Insights # 18 — Do You Have A Niche ?

Blogging Insights # 17 — Sharing & Caring — Reblog from Sadje of KeepItAlive

Dr. Tanya asks; Question: Do bloggers share all their tips or trade-secrets and should they? ~*~ This is a two-part question, and I will answer it in two parts as well. • Do bloggers share their tips or trade secrets? It depends on what sort of blog a blogger is running. If they have a […] via Blogging Insights # 17- Sharing and Caring — Keep … Continue reading Blogging Insights # 17 — Sharing & Caring — Reblog from Sadje of KeepItAlive

FF E #9 — Let bygones be bygones

    A conversation with my weighing machine “You have always been against me. Whether I stress eat in difficult times Or eat to surfeit in celebration, You have never shared my joys and sorrows. Always showing extra pounds, You have no compassion. But despite your past behaviour I am willing to give you another chance. I will let bygones be bygones If you agree … Continue reading FF E #9 — Let bygones be bygones

Fandango's February Expressions

FFE#10 — Barking up the wrong tree.

    ” I am always optimistic Positive, enthusiastic, inspired; Nothing can get me down. If you think you can discourage me, Or Or depress me with your criticism, Dude ! You’re barking up the wrong tree.”     Written for: Fandango’s February Expressions #10 — This, That, and The Other Barking up the wrong tree Each day during the month of February, at around … Continue reading FFE#10 — Barking up the wrong tree.

What do you see # 16 “You have big shoes to fill !”

You may have seen in many situations, that a new person who is replacing someone in a position is faced with a lot of expectations. The newcomer is constantly measured up against the predecessor and often (if only out of loyalty) found wanting. “You have big shoes to fill ” is a refrain that you sometimes hear too often. It is intimidating and discouraging. Although … Continue reading What do you see # 16 “You have big shoes to fill !”

Fandango's February Expressions

Fandango’s February Expressions #5 — Children should be seen and not heard.

Children should be seen and not heard. Each day during the month of February, at around 6 am Pacific Time, I will be posting an old adage, an old saying, a familiar expression that we’ve all heard and have probably used during our lifetimes. Your assignment, should you choose to accept it, will be to […] via Fandango’s February Expressions #5 — This, That, and The … Continue reading Fandango’s February Expressions #5 — Children should be seen and not heard.