Tag: wordpress

Happy Anniversary – who knew?

I received a Happy Anniversary greeting from WordPress acknowledging my 5 years of blogging with them. Time has a way of flying by, doesn’t it? Now, since it took me off guard, I didn’t have time to write an acceptance speech. But I want to begin by thanking WordPress who made it all possible. Without

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Coming Out of the Blogging Closet

It’s easy to hide behind words and then walk away. Over the past year I’ve blogged about a wide range of things. I wrote about my grandson, writers block, getting my car searched in Salt Lake City, my favorite foods, internet tips and tricks, hikes and so much more. I have a lovely record of

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Internet Goodie #2 – Write it, Be it!

Goodie #2 No time like now … to begin a blog. I know you LOVE to read my writing on a daily basis but secretly you’ve wanted to write your own words of wisdom – correct? Yes! There are really 2 steps to beginning a blog. 1.      Decide what blogging software you want to use

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Live from Twitter : Social Media replaces TV for good reason

When earthquakes and tsunami’s hit –back away from your tv and turn to social media. You’ll get real live people with stories about hope, success, challenges and yes, deaths and tragies. You’ll get a better understanding of the big picture and not just the blood and tears that TV is apt to toss our way.

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Here Comes the Sun!

How about some song therapy to go along with your light box? Sunshine, my only sunshine, you make me happy when skies are gray…To beat the blues, turn on some light and add some sunny tunes. The Beatles wrote about a long cold lonely winter where it feels like years since the sun has been

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Why so SAD?

It’s that time of year again… not enough light because of the fewer hours in the day of sunlight, too many clouds, too much snow, too many hours inside.  If you’re feeling depressed and irritable you may have Seasonal Affective Disorder, aptly referred to as SAD. Symptoms: You may notice this if you’re feeling tired,

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