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    1. Looks amazing and a humourous commentary. I hope the plaster gnomes are better now.

      I loved the embedded videos but they did give my computer a heart attack and made everything go slow.

      Cheers

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      1. Haha, but sadly no, my grandparents still have their plasters on and a week or two to go yet… Sorry about hurting your poor dear computer, I didn’t realise! But now that you pointed that out, I’ll certainly be less generous with gifs the next time. Happy blogging to you 🙂

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    2. Hi Mara,
      mostly liked this. A couple of your jokes are a little predictable but otherwise it’s well written. I really liked the use of big GIFs – it made me feel like I was there!

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      1. Hello and thanks a lot for your feedback! I’m glad you commented on the videos, it was one of the things I wasn’t sure about. I was worried it might be too distracting, but it’s good to know that it worked for you. Other than that, I’ll reread what I’ve written and see if I can be less predictable and more original the next time 🙂 Once again, thanks for your feedback and happy blogging!

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      2. I do find them distracting in some peoples posts, that tends to be when they’re really fast movey flashy ones. These were nice amd subtle so ot was ok. I think it might have been a bit of a load on my browser but that might just be because my pc is terrible…

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    3. HI Mara, I liked the writing and agree that maybe one or 2 of the jokes were predictable (shooting down the plane) but it was otherwise good and informative. I also liked the gifs although I thought the 2 in the middle (pebbles and then the plan tress after) were a little pointless. However the wave gifs and the boat gif was great.

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      1. Hello and thanks a lot for your feedback! Oh yes, shooting the plane is an old joke, in this case though, it was the truth 😉 You are hower right that I might want to use fewer gifs in my future posts. Thanks again and happy blogging!

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    4. Loved your blog. Very well writen. I didn’t even mind the jokes, and I’m a bit of a comedy snob. It is a holiday after all. The giant GIF files really made the screen come to life. Lovely touch.

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    5. ‘Yet, we trustfully left them in the hands of…’ sounds a little awkward. Maybe something like ‘However, we decided to trust our instincts and left them in the capable hands of other family members’ — something like that anyway.

      Second paragraph: I packed our suitcases…

      Overkill on using the word ‘hubby’ – mix it up a bit: my husband, my spouse, my better half or better still refer to him by his first name.

      Love the use of video clips throughout; however, stills would work just as well.

      Not sure jokes referring to UBL are appropriate in any context. Probably just me but mentioning that in tandem with your comments about metal detectors in security made me feel a tad uncomfortable. Yes, political correctness be damned. Still, I stand by my comment here. 🙂

      Strong first paragraph in your Impressions section.

      Re: your reference to cocaine — also a little disconcerting…

      Love your top 5 worst beach crimes — made me laugh! Totally agree. 🙂

      All in all though an enjoyable read!

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      1. Hello Julie and thank you very much for your detailed feedback! This is very helpful and I appreciate the time and effort that you took for my sake!

        It helps that you point out the awkward sentences; not being a native speaker, I’m sure I often sound awkward. I like your reformulation of the sentence 🙂

        Yes, you are right, the word “hubby” overkill is so obvious. How did I not notice that? Your synonyms will come in handy!

        As to the media, I think next time I’ll try a mixture of gifs and stills to accommodate all tastes and not to slow down anyone’s computer with the huge amounts of data that gifs are.

        Re political correctness, this is an interesting point that actually didn’t occur to me. You see, in Eastern Europe, which is my native culture, political correctness is not a big issue. We’re free to joke even about very serious things, and it is understood that no harm is intended. However, as I’m obviously writing for readers potentially from all over the world and as I would hate to upset anyone, I will think about this more the next time.

        On the whole, I’m glad that it was an acceptable read for you 🙂 Thanks once again for your effort and happy blogging and writing!

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    6. Your vacation must have been fabulous! But best of all was the telling of it. How long were those video clips (time)? What a great idea for actually showing what you did.

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      1. Thanks a lot for your feedback! Oh yes, the holiday was lovely, and so is Crete! I highly recommend it. The videos, or gifs, were actually embedded vines — short six-second videos running in loops. Once again thanks for reading and happy blogging!

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    7. Hi Mara! I found your blog very entertaining with your dead-pan humour. Each post made me want to read more..Your format works for me. I would have liked to have seen photos with people in them including yourself. Keep up the great work!

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      1. Hi and thanks a lot for tuning in! Well, you identified the style I’m trying to do pretty fast — deadpan humour is indeed my thing 🙂 You’re right about the photos: I’m a bit limited in that I prefer to blog anonymously and not to publish photos where I’m recognisable, but of course I could and should find some photos of my own rather than using the stock photos so often. I’ll work on that. Again, thanks a lot and happy blogging to you!

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    8. Hi Mara – I enjoyed your post. Your voice is very clear and full of character.

      I’d agree with julieallyn about ‘hubby.’ I’ve read posts and newspaper columns where the writer refers to their husband/partner with a capital letter – B or Z or whatever. Then they don’t have to keep thinking up new ways to name them. Readers start to get to ‘know’ the character of Q or W through the writing. (Like M in James Bond!) ‘Hubby’ in the UK, to me anyway, unless it’s obvious that it’s being used highly ironically, conjures up a picture of a man in slippers, cosy domesticity and middle age. So his character is formed before we’ve had a chance to ‘meet’ him through your own writing.

      I think you’re an English Literature graduate? I’m guessing 19th century/early 20th century novels were a big part of your study? You use the long sentences of that time, which gives your writing an interestingly stately cadence, mixed with a sharp wit. It’s refreshing to read and you wrestle the words to your will pretty well. By the way – have you read Saki or Chesterton?

      Look forward to reading more of your work.

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      1. Hello and thanks so much for tuning in with your helpful remarks! Your help means a lot to me.

        A good tip about using my husband’s initial to name him, that’s yet another choice. I didn’t use his name mostly so that first-time readers wouldn’t have to wonder if it’s my friend, sibling, husband or what. But the image of him that you conjure is perfect, that’s precisely what I wanted you to imagine — a middle-aged homely man 🙂

        Well, you got me. It’s not so great to hear that my reading of Victorian literature left its marks on me — it doesn’t surprise me though. I consciously force myself to write shorter sentences, but it looks it’s not working out too well so far. Sure, my bedtime reading is Austen, the Brontes, Thackeray and whatnot. Not Saki, though. Shame on me!

        In any case, thank you again for your feedback and happy blogging!

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      2. Thanks then 😉 It is something I don’t like about my writing myself, you see, I don’t think that an unnecessarily complicated writing style is what one wants to read nowadays.

        By the way, I checked out your blog and I’m intrigued by its concept: good luck with your project!

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    1. I really enjoyed reading that post. I liked the way you wove your own stories in order to personalize your points. I agree that people really need to check their own attitude about weight. You can be healthy without being skinny.

      One suggestion — you might consider adding boldface headers to break up the ideas in a longer post. It makes it seem a little less stream-of-consciousness and is easier to read onscreen.

      Great job!

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    2. Good post. I’m (once again) shamed to recall the time a new girl started school in the 10th grade and before class I introduced her to the girls sitting around us. As I made my way around the circle, I hesitated every so briefly on the ‘fat’ girl and then moved on to the next person to introduce. In that split second my mind calculated that the new gal probably wasn’t interested in knowing Deb so I didn’t take include her.

      Fast forward several years later when I was crying my heart out in the bathroom where I worked (over a guy definitely NOT worth the anguish). Deb worked there as a janitor and I was humbled and chagrined at how gently she spoke to me, offering words of both encouragement and friendship.

      To say that I felt like the biggest jerk in the world would be an understatement. But I learned something that day and I now know the importance of not judging a book by its proverbial cover.

      Anyway, your post reminded me of that and for what it’s worth I wanted to share my story with you. Not really a commentary on your post or a feedback offering. Shrug. Maybe just a way for me to do penance for the way I most certainly hurt someone who did nothing to deserve such treatment.

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    1. Hi Steve, first of all congratulations on completing one year of blogging . It’s wonderful . And I did like your top ten posts although I am not very familiar with them . I liked your other posts too . Good work Steve 🙂

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    1. Great blog – loved reading all the posts and you now have a new follower. Don’t change anything, just keep doing what you’re doing. Love the simplistic but clean look of the blog as it draws your attention into the writing.

      I’d love to see what images or photographs/art you would choose to post or possibly some art inspiring poetry – but that’s just me as I’m a very visual person. The blog is perfect as it is really …

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    2. I agree with Mara. Your poems are powerful. I also love the layout of your blog, it’s minimalist design makes your poetry stand out even more.

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    3. Wow, wow and WOW. From a purely literal perspective, I so relate to this. I’m hesitant to admit this but I am always picking away at my scabs and sores which makes it hard for them to heal or leaving marks once they do. I don’t know if this is what you refer to here or not but I’m embarrassed to say it is somehow satisfying and yes, I know, very weird. I, too, know not what I’m really searching for…

      Then again perhaps this is simply metaphor for something transcendent, something deeper. In which case I’m feeling pretty stupid for making such a public proclamation! 🙂

      Strong language. Great rhythm. Flows really, really well. Loved this.

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    1. Really enjoyed your premise, and your writing felt as if it captured the magnitude of the time period you write about (which I agree still reverberates today). You not only relay information but by including your own emotions and reactions grant a certain dignity befitting the import of what you’re describing. Not exactly sure what “chuffed’ means but I hope i got you there 🙂

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      1. You definitely did, thank-you so much!
        (Chuffed is just a way of saying happy, I’m from Yorkshire in the UK, so its just a local dialect word) x

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    1. It looks fine to me. Good theme choice 😉

      Have you tried signing up for bloglovvin? I’ve done this today after reading an article on Daily Post and apparently it can extend out your blogs reach.

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    2. I really like your blog! It really made me want to go to New Orleans (not that I wasn’t longing to already). The pictures are great and really drew me in in a way few other blogs I’ve read recently had. You have concocted perfect escapism here, well done! I don’t know what would stop people engaging. Perhaps you need to interact with others more? Maybe phrase your post titles as open ended questions, or begin with an open ended question and then provide your answer in the rest of the post. People like to talk about themselves rather than others, so encouraging people to answer questions is way easier than making them ask!

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    3. Beautiful blog. You have ten times more followers than I do, so clearly you know a little something…

      To answer your question: I think you could engage readers if you gave them a specific question to answer in your posts. This could be achieved through an embedded poll (Which new adventure should I try next?) or the title itself: “If you could be anywhere on Earth right now, where would it be?” It sounds obvious, but I think people really want to chime in with their own thoughts, and an invitation helps.

      Hope this helps.

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    4. New blogger here, I enjoyed that read about your time in NOLA. I lived there briefly in the early 90’s and just recently returned a couple years ago for my honeymoon. You captured it nicely. Do spend more time outside of The French Quarter next time and yet more layers will be revealed to you. You picked up a new follower here!

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    5. I feel a little out-gunned since I have way less followers than you, but my suggestion was something someone else here noted: End your post with a specific question. I’ve also had some success by creating a poll and by asking others to share a similar experience to the one I described. hope it helps

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      1. Hey Ben,

        Yeah i think that’s definitely a good idea something i have been lacking. Really like your blog and its layout as well.

        Don’t worry about numbers a month ago i had 200 followers doesn’t take long to pick up a bit of steam and you got some good content.

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    1. Hi Priya. I read your post. All I can offer are the opinions of someone with a very short attention span (especially in Community Pool). You might want to condense things a bit–streamline your word usage to get the points (which were very good) across in the most economical way so that people like me will stay and look around. I must say, your about page is one of the most comprehensive I’ve seen yet and that definitely draws potential readers

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    1. Others’ opinions might vary; personally, I think getting started with publishing posts is the most important thing to do when you start out; tweaking your design and layout is something you can always do, and it doesn’t have to all happen at once.

      In case it might help, though, here’s a post we ran a few months ago, in which a few bloggers share how they came to choose their theme:
      https://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/12/10/choosing-my-theme/

      Welcome to blogging!

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      1. You’ve got too much here to do on wordpress. So stop thinking about the layout and design for now. As Ben pointed out, you could always keep on experimenting with it whenever you want. Start posting. Start reading and interacting. Follow others and do some challenges.
        And most of all, enjoy doing all this.

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    2. Welcome to wordpress (: I’ma bit of a newbie too, with not much more experience. But from what I have learned, the design and layout in the beginning don’t matter so much. After a while, you get a focus on your blog and a feel for what you like, and you’ll change it up a bit to fit your liking. Don’t worry about the aesthetics quite yet! Good luck~ 🙂

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    3. I’m currently experimenting with blog themes and appearances, so you’re definitely not alone. I’ve had another blog in the past – on the Blogger forum, and after years of working on it, I realize that starting from scratch on WordPress will take time. Hang in there!

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  1. Hey there!
    I’d love to hear your feedback on my recent posts. I’ve been dry with ideas on a new post any suggestions?
    feel free to stop by my blog! 😀 thanks.

    writteninblue.wordpress.com

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    1. Hmm are you in college? Maybe you could write about how you ended up where you are and why to decided on this particular college! As someone who will have to make those decisions soon I would love to read about it!

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      1. that’s a brilliant idea! 🙂 will be starting college soon. I didn’t have a tray full of colleges to choose from so, the process wasn’t very stressful hehe but I might write about the degree course I chose. 😀 hurray to an inspiration!

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    2. Hey, liking those posts! I’d suggest something, anything from your thoughts. If you notice something cool, blog about it. If you have a thought on a subject, blog about it. It’s easier than you think. 🙂

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      1. Thank you so much I appreciate that. I will start putting my pictures back on there. I just been a little busy that”s all. 🙂 don’t be a stranger, please comment on some of my poems as well. I would really appreciate it. I will also take a look at your blog as well when I get off work. Have a blessed day!

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    1. I like how the message of the blog is right there, as soon as I enter the page. Although when I read it, I noticed an error: I will not abuse the gift that _ has gave (->given) me at all.” Just a little something. Otherwise, it’s looking good. 🙂

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    2. I love how it’s direct and focused without straying from its roots. It’s a bright and positive blog, and it’s nicely organized. I don’t know how to help lol. I’m still working on mine myself! 🙂

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      1. Thanks everyone for the feedback. I will most definitely check the errors on it. I will also add some more things to it, that will be my assignment today. Keep reading and you will not be disappointed. Thanks again. And all of you please continue to stay blessed and God is our #1 priority. Have a great day. !

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    1. You post is very thoughtful and well argued, I like it. Just one thing, you might want to consider connecting your gravatar to your main, public blog — when I click your name here in the forum, it takes me to a private blog…

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    1. Hi! Good subject, but one is definitely the max number of ironic hashtags you can have in a post…also, exclaim a little less (too much ‘?!’) and be aware of using a string of unecessary words all together “simply them just not connecting” would make as much sense with only one of the first three words and would be less clunky to read. Otherwise, your writing has a good pace and is easy to read. Good luck with the blog!

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    1. Took a look. That’s some pretty powerful information but seems in line with your stated purpose of the blog. You might want to add some graphics to augment your text. Also be sure to check your grammar. Hope this is helpful

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    1. Hi! Good subject, but one is definitely the max number of ironic hashtags you can have in a post…also, exclaim a little less (too much ‘?!’) and be aware of using a string of unecessary words all together “simply them just not connecting” would make as much sense with only one of the first three words and would be less clunky to read. Otherwise, your writing has a good pace and is easy to read. Good luck with the blog!

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    1. I think your blog is place where the form reinforces the content and vice versa. The title of your blog is Delicate and so are the images and texts. I very much enjoyed your short pieces of poetry — I like your strong and clear poetic images. Keep up the great work 🙂

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      1. Thank you so much:) I like to make all the elements speak for each other and I’m so glad you noticed that, thank you! 😀 Is there room for improvement though? :O

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    2. Thanks for sharing your blog on the Pool. You have some great imagery in both words and pictures (that’s a lot of underwater photos 🙂 and some deep thoughts for a young person. i have a very different style blog (travel humor) but I’ve been known to do some creative writing and can tell quality work when i see it. i saw it

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      1. Hello Ben! Thank you for the reply. 🙂 Yes the underwater photos are taken by the same photographer (Elena Kalis — she’s my favourite!) 😀 I attempt to make my deep thoughts truly deep, I can only fear that they aren’t that sort of superficial ‘deep’? 😛 Thank you so much for your confidence and time despite the difference categories of our blogs. 🙂 Would like to know if there are areas of improvement I can work on too? 😀

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  2. Diving in the pool once again. Having blogged for the past three months I am starting to get a bit of an increase in traffic and feel my little page on the internet could do with a makeover but am a bit scared by wordpress.org. What are people’s experiences? Is it worth doing? Does anyone know anyone who may be able to help me make my blog more eye-catching and personal? thanks for the help in advance http://www.sophieshewrote.wordpress.com x

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    1. Sorry I can’t help with the .org part of your question, this is just to say that I like the design of your blog a lot. The header image matches the theme elements very well and on the whole, it looks attractive to me and personal enough.

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      1. Thanks Mara! that makes me feel better. Its just you see other blogs that are all supped up mine kind of feels like the loser kid in the corner. Unfortunately the only coding I know is the Da Vinci Code and even that confused me 🙂 I’ve had a look at your blog – looks great! x

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      2. Haha, you’re smart to know the Da Vinci code 🙂 Well, my blog uses some basic CSS, but as I said, the looks of your blog appeal to me, coding or not. From the little what I’ve learned from your posts, it looks like the theme fits your personality too.

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    2. I like the look of your blog, it is very neat and clear. But personally I find it more interesting to see relevant images that are rather big in posts, which usually make me read more about that post. 🙂

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    3. Hi Sophie. Not sure what I can offer you as I have far less readers than you (just because they haven’t discovered me, of course 🙂 but after taking a look at your blog i don’t see a reason for such alarm. The design is aesthetically pleasing. Your graphics are subtle and to the point. and your titles are catchy and make me want to read more. Stay calm 🙂

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    1. Hi! I’ve got to say I really love the layout of your blog. There’s a strong emphasis on content (and there’s a lot of it!) but it’s well organized. The color palatte is unique and memorable.

      Great site!

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    1. Haha, I don’t mind at all. Okay firstly, make an About column for your blog. It’s always better and user-friendly if we get to know whose blog we are reading!
      I love your writing style, it’s more like I’m conversing with you. 😀
      Rest, it’s all good! Good Job!

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    2. I love how it’s arranged and the sidebar is perfect. Your stories also start off well and end well, something that I have trouble doing myself (: But hey, I’ll learn someday. Great blog ^-^

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    1. Very interesting post, I would prefer more white spaces as the paragraphs were a bit long. I didn’t watch the video as I’m at work, will do so later. Keep up the good work 🙂

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      1. Sorry just seen this. Thank you for reading! Yeah I’m working on making my pieces more concise, I have a new poem up if you dont mind reading that?
        Thank you again.

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  3. Hi fellow writers, I’d love some feedback on my personal essay Wop Sauce at ladonnacontenta.wordpress.com. I’m in the process of writing a memoir and am wondering if the style and voice are engaging for the reader. Thanks!
    Mary

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      1. I enjoyed it enough to read the whole post!! If I have any suggestion it would be to check punctuation – especially because you have some very long sentences. I enjoy the casual conversation style of writing though very much. It was just hard getting the tempo of your thoughts sometimes because of the length of sentences/punctuation thing. I would definitely read more!

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    1. To the happy woman ( I speak Italian, obviously) I enjoyed your post and got a chuckle at the mild racial slur in the title. Since my wife makes an incredible “WOP” sauce I have trouble relating but nothing brings a family together like stewed tomatoes

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    1. I liked your the post : A Seemingly Endless Loop of Stupid”, the drawing of the twiddling couple gave me a giggle. Looks like you are doing great with your blog 🙂

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    2. A really quirky post that showed that you had quite a bit of personality and sass. 😀 Especially the drawing! (that was really funny hahaha) 🙂 keep writing! ((psst it would be nice if you could check me out too– but don’t feel obliged to! :X)

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  4. I’ve just posted this on the other community pool, but I’ll post it again here.

    I’ve an interesting question to ask WordPress users (not self-hosted); what happens if your storage space runs out? Are you going to buy more storage space or start a new blog?

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  5. Hi all!

    I would love to hear your feedback on my blog’s layout; to be more specific I am curious if it is user friendly in terms of navigating yourself around the blog (e.g. search bar, archives, etc.). It would mean a lot to me as a starter to get some insights if this is something that might put off people, if so, then I go go though some changes.

    Many thanks in advance for your kind help!

    Cheers!

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      1. I agree with @Takeshi – the layout is super clean and ‘simple’ but has an elegant feel to it. The icons at the bottom are a little confusing – because there are several that are identical but link to different things (categories all have the WP logo) but other than that it was very intuitive. I’m now following you on IG!

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    1. I think your theme was very well suited to the topic. Put your social media icons in a more prominent position if you can so that we can follow you everywhere. Not sure all of the images were needed and you could put the text together so there was less scrolling on the iPad.
      Good advice on the brushes. Love the oven mitt trick.

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    2. I think your blog colors and layout is great, and the graphics well reflect the fashion theme of your blog. scrolling to the end was a bit tedious to find the older posts but if you set the limit of posts on a page you can avoid anyone having to do the “scroll of death”

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    3. I think it’s a beautiful sort of simplicity that shows that you are both chic and stylish without over-doing it! 🙂 The pictures really stand out and the tabs make it easy to navigate. 😀

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    1. Interesting topic that I’s sure you can find an audience for. I would recommend you build some content. An about page, an email page for more info and additional blog posts.
      Secondly, get connected. Twitter is a great place to start. Build a profile and they will come. Good luck!

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  6. hey Bloggers
    can you please check out and give me feedback on my blog in general as well as a new page that i created D.i.Y Handmade its of my sewing creation designed and made by me as i am looking to make a business in fashion designing so please check it out and tell me your thoughts on my pages..

    http://zain3scribbl3z.wordpress.com/
    Thank you so much 🙂

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    1. Hi I agree with Iadonnacontenta your blog has an interesting topic but it needs more pictures of the actual work that you’ve done. You should also check the spelling since I found one or two misspelled words just by browsing. Good luck!

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    2. I agree you need pictures and lots of them! Since you have your entry titles showing up as a list, what about changing themes to “Untitled?” Your set-up would be the same and it requires the pictures that show up as a header for each post. Check it to see what you think. Take a look at this to see how your topics might show up in this theme if it had pictures:
      http://untitleddemo.wordpress.com

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    3. Hi – I agree with Beth and Dyra and Ladonnacontenta – more photos would be great. Especially if there were tempting pictures by the titles. I’d have loved to see more photos in the posts too.

      Are you using i instead of I as a stylistic thing? Like ee cummings?

      Good luck with your blog.

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