It’s the first Wordless Wednesday of December! So if you haven’t posted in a while try just posting a photo of how you feel and leave a link to your post in the comments below!
What is happening in your life right now that’s ‘totally tubular’ (awesome)? A new something you bought, an event, something going really right at work–it could be anything, but make it about something right now – not in the past. This is a special focus on what’s positive in your life in the now. Embrace your moments and share them with us. This can be a post in your blog that you link back to here, or just tell us about it in the comments. We can’t wait to read what’s Tubular in your Tuesday!
Today’s challenge is a little like cheating, but I’m sure you won’t be too upset with me. Today I challenge you to pick any of the word prompts from this week’s WordPress Word Prompts and write. Don’t forget to ping back to WordPress by clicking on Show Instructions inside the word’s page and copying the link to insert into your post. Also, link to your post here in the comments so we can read along! If you already have used one this week, link to it in the comments too – it doesn’t have to be just from today. Happy writing!
Time to get wordless on this Wednesday! If you don’t do a running Wordless Wednesday post on your blogs, try something different today – save that draft prose for tomorrow and instead post an image of how you’re feeling today. Check out the resources page here to find some great places to find free photos that you can use to express yourself. Leave a link to your post in the comments here (PLEASE NO IMAGES in the comments below). Can’t wait to see how you’re feeling this week!
Hello my dear fellow bloggers,
All of us have faced times when we weren’t quite sure as to whether a post is ready to be published or not. Sometimes it can a lot of edits before we deem the post publish-worthy. That’s what my new post is all about. I’m sure that you’ll be able to relate to this post. Please click here to read my new post.
If you liked this post, please don’t hesitate to like, share, comment or follow. All comments and feedbacks are welcome. I would love to hear from you.
I would also like to thank all my faithful readers and followers without whom I couldn’t have accomplished many milestones. You can read a post about that here.
Thank you. Wish you all a good week ahead!
I read some posts on blogs now and again from writers who create screen names such as “Drippy Pen” or “Ned Novelwriter” or Writersblockhead” (I’m so sorry if one of these is your screen name. I wanted to create examples that were so silly no one would claim them. If I used yours I’m sorry.)
Now change it!
To be honest, I rarely read an egghead’s post. If a blogger can’t take 15 seconds to slap a photo in their profile, how can Mr. Egghead expect me to take him seriously? Or how can Miss Silhouette think readers will really be interested in her writing if she hides behind a silhouette. I guess we could call her a real ghost writer then.
I had fun with my avatar and put a picture of me as a child, a high school senior, a hippy and the bald senior citizen I am now. I’m not advocating everyone get creative. But it would be nice to see who’s writing, then click on the avatar and learn something interesting or fun or real about you.
Have a Marvelous Monday everyone
Happy Thursday! So let’s talk about Challenges and Events today.
In general, what do you love about them? What do they need to have to draw you in and make you want to participate?
What do you hate about them? Is there a specific element that turns you off and away?
Are they over-done, under-done, or cooked?
As you can image, the BMU team are constantly trying to come up with engaging content to keep us talking to each other – all within our very limited theme. Oh, we’ve had some awesome ideas – we just can’t execute them here in this theme unless, in some cases, we get some CSS help. You see, no other theme supports Chat so we cannot lose that critical element to this community.
So we want to know – what gets you challenged to write? As always, if you have an idea we want to hear it! firstname.lastname@example.org