Retrospective Introspection I read/heard somewhere that reading your own work is a form of narcissism. I would much rather call it self-evaluation or self-assessment. When I was in kindergarten we were given spelling tests. When we were done, our teacher would make us swap our work with others. We would then correct each other’s work and award a score. Later, in higher classes (especially math), … Continue reading Blogging Insights #10 — Looking back at your blog posts.
“Let’s pretend ! The best childhood story!” Written for: https://thesoulsearchersite.wordpress.com/2019/12/07/saturday-six-word-story-prompt-6wsp-15-december-7-2019/ Press This Continue reading “Let’s pretend!” six-word-story-prompt
Glenn McKenzie discusses the topic well and provides us with invaluable tips: via Thoughts From The Wilderness – Blog Related Stress Continue reading Thoughts From The Wilderness – Blog Related Stress
“I know exactly what to buy for my cousin’s birthday, I will zip into and out of the Mall in twenty minutes or less. Oh! I didn’t know there was a special weekend sale, all my favourite brands too, woohoo! Let me see if I can find a pair of suede boots to match my new camel coat? What! three shoes for the price of … Continue reading Shopping–Does this ever happen to you?
I am going to relate a true story: It was the 21st of March. Tom and Jane,between them, were holding a barbecue dinner for their parents’ wedding anniversary. They were not very well off, their parents being low paid immigrants. Hence they did not have a proper gas grill . But they had seen families enjoying barbecues on TV and they wanted a piece of … Continue reading A BBQ Tragedy
Salted Caramel has come out with another blog related prompt. I love participating in these. Check out her page if you want to participate too. 1. What, in your opinion, is “Blogger burnout”? I don’t think it is a thing. I think it has to do with creativity rather than being burnt out. Yes, blogging […] Michelle shares her experiences and tips: via Blogging Insights … Continue reading Blogging Insights # 9 – Blog Related Stress —
If people find typos or grammatical, punctuation, spelling, or usage errors in your posts, do you welcome having them pointed out to you, or do you resent it. As a blogger do you let people know about such mistakes or do you just let them go? I feel that you keep learning until your last breath. If you think you know everything, that is … Continue reading FPQ #51 — How brave are you?
Welcome to Thursday Inspiration! This is my weekly prompt post and hopefully it will inspire you to write something creative, perhaps a poem or a piece of flash fiction. If you’d like to share your writing with the community, please indulge me and tag your post with #p0eticlicense and/or #lightm0tifs, and of course link back […] via Thursday Inspiration 33 — Light Motifs II My Idea … Continue reading Thursday Inspiration 33 — Light Motifs II
Dr. Tanya asks; Blogger Burnout You must have come across this term in posts about blogging. Today’s topic is completely opposite of last week’s Blogging Insights when we discussed being grateful for blogging. This goes to show what a diverse field blogging is, its various aspects being limited only by the number of bloggers. Questions […] via Blogging Insights # 9- Blog related stress — Keep … Continue reading Blogging Insights # 9- Blog related stress — Keep it alive— Reblog
Dr Tanya posts some intriguing questions about blogger burnout… 1. What, in your opinion, is “Blogger burnout”? I can only speak for myself. It seems that some bloggers post all day long, and this would definitely cause me to burn out. Even if I wrote a giant pile of posts and scheduled them to be […] via Blogging on Blogging — Light Motifs II Continue reading Blogging on Blogging — Light Motifs II– Reblog