Hello all you masters or words, today’s blog post is inspired by my blogging friend Tony Burgess. The Tony Burgess Blog is a remarkable blogging site. Tony’s writings are interesting, intriguing, funny and full of information. Using his blog as his online voice, Tony encourage bloggers to be authentic, honest and real. This weekend while playing jetsetter, I got an intimate reading of Tony’s authenticity blog titled “Making and Maintaining Connections.” Making and Maintaining Connections talks about having meaningful relationships and how to make these connections last on a personal level. This blog post really get you to think about how to achieve a healthy relationship. Follow Tony on social media and follow his blog don’t forget to subscribe.
Having meaningful relationships in this day and age means making connections in real life or online. How we make those connections is a personal preference. For me I make them in both ways. Building individual relationships can mean forming community and therefore you will have a village. Your long-time relationships can be maintained in both the virtual and real worlds which is nice. I have met many people over the years who I see regularly at church, work and other places. Social networking has made it easier to keep in touch with people I don’t see very often.
I have been blessed with many friendships with people who I might never meet in person. This is the way of modern relationships where people might not want to deal with the hassle of going out. Being an extrovert can be challenging because you use a lot of energy in social settings…
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Hello Kings & Queens of the Social Media, this is the start of a new year & a start to a new adventure for my blogging website. As I grow deeper into this beautiful community of blogging, I’m finding some amazing bloggers, writers & storytellers that produces inspiring material. This post is about showcasing these wonderful wizards or words. Please join me in celebrating them & their writings.
Hello masters and mistresses of words, today blog post comes from fellow blogger and friend Kristian and her response to Vogue 73 questions. Feedback is always welcome please feel free to reach out to Kristian.
Hello beautiful souls,
My friend & fellow blogger, Sunny Larue tagged me for this fun post. It’s been a long time since I’ve answered some questions, and the child in me still loves participating in these quiz type posts, so I thought I’d participate & share these parts of myself with you.
It’s a great way for bloggers to get to know the person behind the blog.
You can read Sunny’s post where I was tagged below:
The inspiration for the Vogue Magazine Series (VMS) is to get an intimate insight on today’s favorite celebrities, reality personalities, and political personalities. These series of fast-pace questions are designed to challenge the individual to be open, & vulnerable in a way to connect to the readers. You won’t find any celebrities or reality personalities here and you don’t need to be to answer. This process…
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Hello all you masters and mistresses of words, today post is from a fellow blogger and a dear friend who I forsea us being life long friends Kristian Weigman. Kristian is a blast there’s not enough words that can explain my respect for her. She’s funny, witty and smart all these things are reflected in her blogs. This is why I enjoy reading her material and I think you will too. Feedback is always welcome and if you like this post check out her other writings and don’t forget to subscribe. You can also follow her on social media.
Welcome back beautiful souls!
I am especially glad today is Friday because after work I am going to spend some quality time with Amanda! I have spoken of her and our friendship many times, but I have been missing her more than ever lately and I just can’t wait to sit and talk, listen to music, and have my batteries recharged. Amanda is so good for my soul!!
As many of you know I am going through some difficult times right now and I have been having a hard time relaxing. I need to focus more on the things that set my soul on fire and let go of the things that don’t. I keep getting hung up on all of my failures, the things I haven’t done, and the finance bully at work who really got under my skin this week. I’ve been making somethings out of nothings at…
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Today feature blog comes from on of the most intriguing person I know Catherine Mellen. Catherine’s story is one of victory because when you read her blogs (written as if you’re reading a book “cliff-hanger”) you realize she’s a brave soul. Her story of survival is remarkable and what I love and admire most about Catherine journey is that she doesn’t allow her circumstances define her as a person.
Fun Facts About Catherine:
Favorite book is “The Outsiders” by Jack Kerouac
Favorite place to be creative is cemetary. (Peaceful, Serenity & Tranquility)
Her good friend Jon inspired her to write.
Please take a moment to read her incredible blog and don’t forget to subscribe.
You can follow Catherine on social media. “Irishgirl69”
Thank you Catherine for sharing your story.
Not washing your raw meats such as chicken may result in you getting food poisoning. Harmful bacteria such as Salmonella in some cases can cause death.
Today’s feature blogger Katricia has some useful prevention tips in how to properly clean and cook raw meat “raw chicken”.
“Reasons Why You Should Wash Raw Chicken”
As always feedback is essential. Any questions or comments please post on to the link.
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#rawchicken #washchicken #chicken #goodeats
Making friends for some doesn’t come easy. There’s a lot of factors at play. Today blog feature address this issue. What do you do when you lost or broke connection with someone who’s been a part of your growth. In his blog “Why Making True Friends is Hard”, Jay uses his own personal experience, telling his truth about the struggles he faces when meeting new people.
Bloggers are master or words. We create content based on our experiences. Feedback is essential to our material. Your feedback is always welcome.
Follow Jay on social media (twitter). Drop by and say hello. Use the hashtag #remarkable