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My unsolicited advice to beginning bloggers

This is Life Experiment Blog!

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Hi there, and thanks for stopping by to scan my unsolicited advice for beginning bloggers post! Now, I am well aware that this post is a bit of a risk. I am not a professional blogger, and I absolutely do not claim to have a plethora of knowledge on the subject. I definitely don’t want to come across as saying ‘blog like me’. The reason I felt compelled to write this post (and am a bit nervous as to how this will be perceived) is that, well, honestly, I’m big on  etiquette. As in – saying ‘Please’, ‘Thank you’, ‘May I’ and telling someone when they have something in their teeth. I’ve spent a lot of time cringing at posts with something in their teeth. Although I’m sure that there are plenty of people out there who cringe at some of my posts with the same vigor.

As a…

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Blog Networking 101: 1/18/17

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Here’s how to network your blog. The work is done for you, all you have to do is LIKE, COMMENT and FOLLOW others.  The more you network with other blogs, the more other blogs will network with you!

(click How to Network Your Blog to view yesterday’s post)

KitCats Designs

Tripping Through Treacle

A Hansen Chronicle 

The Epicurious Texan

Oaktown Vibes

Two Are Better Than One

Single Girls Rock

Maria Jansson Photography

Blog of a Mad Black Woman

Flying Through Water

Aria-Bella Rises

Cyranny’s Cove

Life of a Busy Dad

Meet and Greet Link

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The Meet and Greet continues today and will conclude tomorrow evening so be sure to jump in and have some fun!

And don’t forget, you can leave your link multiple times!!

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Burden of Strength

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There’s an invisible armor that we all tend to bear… Its superhero characteristics include the illusion that you have it all together. There is no moderation in these commendable qualities you possess. You can take care of others, be independent, put your needs aside or indicate that you do not have any to begin with. This armor of strength is your superhero mechanism to reject all forms of denial, depression, or sadness that you may feel because you have an obligation to control yourself and those around you. Nothing happens without you or without your consent. Nothing comes past this armor that you bear. Nothing…

The saddened state of this armor is that you probably did not put it on yourself. Society teaches us to be independent, strong, financially dependent, and incredibly self-sufficient. For the African-American culture, there is an epidemic of the stereotypical “Strong…

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The Real Fake News Epidemic

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It was no surprise to see the Left cry foul play and blame everyone but themselves when they lost this election. They will never be able to accept that their ideological agenda, socialism and globalism, is flawed and terrible for America. When the contest is based on the agenda alone, Democrats will lose handedly most of the time. That is why they have lost over 1000 elected seats under Obama’s tenure. However, when they couple their agenda with the mainstream media’s lies and artificial narratives, it gives them an unethical advantage to level the playing field. They draw their power from exaggerating conflicts or completely making them up. They accuse Republicans of being holistically racist, sexist, and xenophobic. They have also begun the fake news narrative this election cycle. This is an attempt to discredit any type of Right wing media as false. I want to explain where the real…

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Blog Networking: 1/17/17

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Blog networking is one of the most undervalued and underused strategies for most.  But I believe it is at the core for growing a blog.  You will find links in this post to help eliminate some of the work; all you have to do is LIKE, COMMENT and FOLLOW others.  The more you network with other blogs, the more other blogs will network with you!

(click How to Network Your Blog to view yesterday’s post)

Nicci Kelly

Th3 Platform

Unite-and-Inspire

Tales From the Cabbage Patch

Ann Cavitt Fisher

Fearless-Jo Ann Maxwell

Lucky Otter’s Haven

Lucinda E. Clarke

Rendezvous En New York

Peace from Panic

Second Wind Leisure Perspectives

Being Lydia

Let it all go…fly like an eagle!

Introducing Oaktown Vibes!!

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Life is what ever we decide it will be. It can be a fairytale or a horrible nightmare, depending on how we have conditioned our own minds. The most damaging belief to have is the belief anything in life is some how outside of our control.
Our thoughts are ultimately the deciding factor on how deeply we experience life and how far we go in materializing our dreams. If we believe that a thing can’t be done, we are right. If we believe that the world is a horrible place and no one is trustworthy, it will be so. The opposite is also true, if we believe it to be so. WE CREATE WHAT IS REAL!

Our thoughts about life and ourselves is what will be the deciding factor in the final outcome. Our thoughts and words are energy, they are very much physical and active as anything we can…

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Meet and Greet Link

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The Meet and Greet continues today and will conclude tomorrow evening so be sure to jump in and have some fun!

And don’t forget, you can leave your link multiple times!!

Meet and Greet Link

Spring in January?

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I adore spring (it’s my favorite season), but the temperatures all along the East Coast have been unseasonably warm for at least a week (like , 60 – 70 degrees every day) — and there is no sign that it’s going to get colder any time soon — even though the forecasters are promising winter isn’t done with us yet.  Apparently, it’s warmer in New York than it is in Florida — at least according to this map.  Now, that’s weird.

What concerns me is that the trees here are looking a little “pregnant” — that is, they’re starting to get that sort of full look, with a muted reddish tint, that trees always get in the late winter just before they start to bloom.   Usually that doesn’t happen until March in this region, or sometimes as early as late February.  But mid-January?  That’s not normal.

The grass is…

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