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    1. The post is quite inspirational. I like how you focused on writing about one boy’s story to bring out your message – dare to dream. The post also mentioned suicide and death in passing – I wonder if these words are based on real outcomes of people trying and failing?

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      1. Thank you 🙂
        The hero of the movie I saw handles the depression and fights through it while his friend gives in to the failure and kills himself – I have lost a childhood friend to this same reason as well..

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    2. I loved it, the writing flows well and the subject matter is thought-provoking and heartfelt. I, as well as many of us, can absolutely relate to having to chase down your dreams and create opportunities because they are not always given. Great post

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    3. Hi…I am not sure if I am supposed to comment as a dreamer or a reader reviewing your post 🙂 As a reader, your words flow seamlessly. In my humble opinion, perhaps end could be a bit more conclusive?
      On the other hand, I feel, if you desire something with all your heart and soul and give 100% to the cause, sooner or later you shall grow wings and fly.

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    4. I love how you put your thoughts to paper. It has personality and isn’t some boring monologue about whatever! 😀 And your theme could have some spicing up to do – it’s a bit dark for my taste. Of course, that’s just me. Hope I helped! 🙂

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      1. Thank you so much 😀
        The theme is a very common opinion and I have actually gotten to a point where I want to change it, but I can’t find something that works for me.. Hopeful for new themes on WordPress 😀

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    5. I enjoyed it. Funny it really resonates with me right now…in my early 40s and regretting some choices and wishing I had better support from my parents. I can take from these feelings, however and support the heck out of my boys! I thought it was well written and personal.

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  1. Hi all
    This is a music video post which comes along with an interpretive translation -kind of like translated poetry. Interesting things happen during the translation process – meaning is lost, certain ideas can’t be accurately conveyed. I’ve tried to keep the lyrical message as close to the original as possible. For word nerds there’s a footnote about Cantonese. I love to hear what you think, and if it makes sense 🙂
    Thanks!
    http://pixiedustbeach.wordpress.com/2014/10/19/beyond-seas-skies/

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      1. Hi – I think your blog has some very intriguing political content, with your photos, and music related to the protests. I also appreciate that you have taken the time to translate some of the written material coming from the protesters into English. I was wondering, if you ever thought of writing a couple of personal essays about what is happening in your country. As a reader, who is unfamiliar with Hongkong’s culture, I, as well as many others, I am sure, would really appreciate an insider’s view that isn’t the voice of a journalist. When I was living in NYC at the time of the occupy movement, I wrote this – http://riproarinrants.com/2014/08/01/recollections-of-occupy-wallstreet-democracy-redefined/

        I will be following your blog, and hope you share some of your personal observations via your blog during this very important historic time in your country!

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      2. Seems to me you have found your niche and direction, that’s great and one of the most important steps!
        Design-wise I’d suggest de-cluttering the sidebar a bit, maybe try one solid element instead of all the vertically aligned boxes you have now.

        I can’t contribute much to your music video post, but totally get what you were driving at. Even the (relatively seen) much easier translation form English to German often proves to be difficult as exact equivalents of the original words often just aren’t there and the alternatives don’t quite nail the real meaning.

        Keep up the good work!

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      3. Thank you! Yes I’ve been thinking of how to streamline the blog and sidebars for a while. Will definitely try out your suggestion. I do love writing about the city and stuff that goes on here – hope people find commonality despite us being so tiny 🙂
        I wish I spoke German – it would open up a lot more doors in terms of art, science and music!

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    1. Hi – wow, that’s a worthy enterprise. I know nothing about Cantonese, so I can’t critique your interpretative translation, but it all looks very clear, helpful and lyrical. I agree that retaining the lyrical message is the trick. I’d think that people will find the
      post helpful – song lyrics are very difficult to get a handle on when you’re learning a language.

      Good luck with your blog.

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    2. It’d be great if you could have an entire section of your blog dedicated to the translation of popular songs. I would definitely love to follow that and read about the meaning. If you do – how about try using some popular American songs (maybe let us vote for a song?) or Korean-pop that is being integrated into our culture with PSY and whatnot. 🙂

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      1. Thanks for the comment! I’d love to translate American/English songs into Cantonese. Some have been done by popular artists – for instance, songs of Faye Wong, a popular Hong Kong singer, are translated from The Cranberries. It’s quite difficult to translate something into Cantonese because of the tones. I’ll probably stick to the Cantonese to English translations for now 🙂
        Unfortunately I don’t speak Korean. Someone with near native Korean-English abilities might have to cover that one!

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      1. Great idea rocketdow! I think I only briefly mentioned in the post why it means so much but didn’t really explain. Per your suggestion I’ve added the blurb below:
        “This song means a lot to us Hong Kong people, especially the younger generation, because it talks about freedom. It’s about a guy apologising for loving to be free. He’s beat down by the world. The world dismisses him for being a dreamer; for believing he can reach the skies and the ends of the seas. But he’s not really apologising. Despite those that bring him down, he’ll continue to sing about freedom. In his heart, he will always be free.”
        Updated post here: http://pixiedustbeach.wordpress.com/2014/10/19/beyond-seas-skies/

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    3. Hi Lizadeeza
      Thank you so much for stopping by – and for being genuinely interested in what’s going on in Hong Kong! I went through your Occupy Wall Street post. Very well written. What happened at Zucotti park sounds a lot like what’s happening in Harcourt Road Admiralty right now – with the exception of perhaps, working tents rather than tarps, and less torrential rain.
      But the macro ideology and spirit behind the protests is similar – people wanting to govern themselves and are tired of being force-fed a system that doesn’t work for them. The media distrust is also true. The extra kick in the HK protests is that we’re a pseudo-democracy within a communist one-party regime: the whole “one country two systems” construct. It is confusing as it is semi-functional.
      You described the Zucotti park movement as one that was perceived to be agenda-less – not unlike the accusations the current HK protests are facing. I could go on, but the correct platform probably should be an independent post like you suggest. I’ve been procrastinating writing one, juggling between being on scene, taking photos, jotting notes, digesting what’s going on, and writing. Of the aforementioned, writing is the most time consuming and I’m afraid of putting my thoughts out there. The unreliable narrator especially in the midst of chaos rings all the more true.
      That said, I’ll still try to do some writing and offer a perspective, albeit it being a personal one.
      Thank you for the suggestion and interest!
      Going through your blog, I like your take on discussion, politics, and the environment – I’m following you too 🙂
      Pixie

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    1. I didn’t find it boring. I think you’re quite brave to bare yourself like that and speak candidly about a very emotional (first love?) experience. If writing helps I say write as much as you like.

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      1. Writing really DOES help. Doctors and therapists always recommend journaling for mental illness and I find blogging more rewarding. A journal that I hide away is sort of lonely. The blog feels like a community. Thanks for reading.

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      2. Hi – I can totally relate to your experience. I have done my own romantic stalking in the past myself. I was mistakenly diagnosed as bi-polar years ago because I had manic/depressive episodes, but they were related to an extreme hormonal imbalance, and once I was able to level out my hormones with natural supplements, exercise, etc. everything has leveled out. Check out my blog sometime. My last entry is related to creativity and relationships. http://riproarinrants.com/2014/10/18/fluff-n-stuff-my-accordion-sings-about-that-funny-f-d-up-thing-called-love/

        I look forward to reading more of your posts : )

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    2. No not boring at all. It came from a raw place, a real place and exposing ourselves and things we’ve done is never easy. I thought it was a great read and I’m sure it will help someone else that has been in the same place as you.

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      1. Yes, I’m sure many have been in the “obsessed” mode when manic. It is hard to reveal things, even on a sort of anonymous blog. I appreciate your comment:)

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      2. Hi Lilypup! I liked reading your story. Its always scary to share something were not proud of. Air it out girl friend! It will only lead others to share more with you

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    3. Your writing is certainly never boring. You have an engaging and familiar style that brings the reader along where you are going. Your writing and your experiences remind me of those of Marya Hornbacher. Please keep sharing your perspective. Best, Karen

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      1. That is quite a compliment. I really enjoy her writing. I try to be user friendly. One thing I love about blogging…I don’t polish at all. I just write as a stream of consciousness and it all falls where it does. Very freeing.

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      1. Thank you so much. Your feedback means a lot to me. I love to write but it is definitely affirming to hear that someone enjoys reading it. Thanks for liking my style. I try to be very user friendly. It was nice of you to come over. Did you have a blog for me to look at?

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    4. I liked it. But for me the end kind of fizzled. I really can’t elaborate too much, but maybe try rewriting the last few paragraphs.

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    5. I didn’t find it boring at all – it was very engaging. It’s good to share about this kind of stuff as it helps others to realise that they’re not the only ones to react badly to rejection.

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    1. I liked it but if you were actually not paying attention what would you be thinking about? Some random stuff for sure. So my one bit of feedback is more randomness on the student’s thoughts.

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    1. Hi Philipp
      I clicked into your blog and went straight into the black and white photography. Your website is sleak and smooth, I like the black background. I’m not really into cars and tech but found your close-ups of the vehicles very cool. I think you’re self-hosting on an .org site too? Great job overall. 141 is a cool name.

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    2. I remember checking out your blog before and loving the super sleek look of it! Bravo to you for seeking ways to give back, and congrats on ticking off one of your bucket list items! Best, Karen

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    3. At pixie’s comment, I decided to take a look at your photography as well and dang – those are some nice pictures. Although I don’t follow cars and stuff, it’s still a pretty legit blog. Keep it up! (:

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    4. Hi Philipp,
      I enjoyed both posts. It is inspiring how you want to give back, instead of just sitting back and taking it easy. I hope you gain a ton of fulfillment out of giving back, and helping other people. Also, kudos on crossing off the bucket list item! Looked and sounded like your mind was blown a little lol. I’ve never ridden in a race car before so I’m sure I’d be a little frazzled coming off of an adrenaline high too!

      Cody

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  2. Hey Guys,

    I have become more active with my blog posts – you can view them here http://keithchat.com but what I want to know is should I really focus on one area? I love multiple things hence writing about all sorts. Just wondered what you thought. Also how do people get more hits? I try promoting through LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter but I just wondered if I could do more.

    Thanks for all the love your about to give me

    Keith

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    1. I myself am trying to focus on at least a major subject (work/life balance) with good solid sub categories/topics. I personally think it’s helpful to know which blogs are good sources of (name it here). I like it when a blog is consistently comic, or resourceful, or artistic, in a fairly specific way. Consistency in the blog I would think would bring consistent traffic. I hope this helps.
      What do you think?

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      1. I agree but i find it hard to stick to one subject as u can see. I love food, I love gardening, love giving advice, love ranting. To much to talk about to single one topic. But maybe u have somthing about being generic 🙂

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    2. I think your blog diversity is fine as is and you don’t need to mess with the formula at all. Blogs that span diverse topics are great to read because you really get to know the blogger and you don’t get in to a narrow one-way tunnel with what you post. I like randomness and I think it works well so I say keep it. Your blog also has a good flow and it’s easy to read. You have a much higher follower count than me so I say you are doing something right! Just keep socializing and visiting and commenting on other’s blogs and you will grow.

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    3. I follow blogs based on writing styles that I enjoy, and I don’t find the need for them to be focused on one specific topic. I enjoy seeing a variety of subjects pop up in my Reader. I have found that the best way to promote traffic is to be an active member of the blogging community through visiting other blogs and offering support or feedback. It looks to me like you have good traffic on your site already. Best, Karen

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      1. Thanks, its always good to hear from my peers and fellow bloggers. Sometimes u never really inderstamd where you sit so your words help. It seems people like variety and I hope my writing style improves

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    4. I have recently made a lot of improvement to my site. I still have no new subscribers. I do not know how I can make it more public. Or maybe it is just not what people want. Please help.

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      1. I did not mean to post that on your list of comment. I apologize Keith. What I wanted to tell you is.. I enjoyed your diversity. I have been counseled to keep the number of topics on one blog small. However, I very much enjoyed yours. With every post I read it felt like I was getting to know you more. And since we are very different it kept me wanting to read more. Thank you

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      2. People will come, promote through twitter, facebook and friends thats what i do! Make sure ur passionate about what ur writing and that will shine through. For months i had nothing but engaging with other bloggers seems to help!

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    5. Thanks for posting this question Kieth. I too battled with the ‘who wants to read my seemingly unconnected ramblings’ but a very good friend said to me that if they come from me, they are connected. And as Laura said the consistency of writing style will ‘pull’ it together.
      thanks for sharing.
      Issie

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      1. Exactly, i like to think people get a sense of me through my randomness! Plus its all about the long game in getting people to stick with you and understand who you are and what you can offer!

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    6. I could be biased, because I do my blog the same way! (www.kassafrass.com) It depends on what you are trying to accomplish. I personally think personal blogs are meant to portray you, and chances are you aren’t just one single subject.
      I find that by commenting and interacting with other bloggers, you are able to get more hits.
      Hope this helps 🙂

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    7. I like the variety as well. For myself, I follow most blogs through the reader, and so when I am scrolling through the reader everything is random anyway. I think what works for your blog is your format with the same size photo header for each post. This gives it a fresh, but consistent look. I would say your blog is basically a “lifestyle” blog which generally cover a wide range of topics about daily life. So the randomness makes perfect sense and works well.

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    1. I couldn’t find your About page which is where I would normally have left feedback. Your theme and layout are great for your subject matter as they actually remind me of a garden. Your posts are short but to the point and include good tips. Best of luck on your new blogging! Karen

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  3. OK, this may be a silly question, but it’s Monday here so why not 🙂

    What do people think of themes that change for each season? Whether it’s color scheme, headers or the whole thing. Cute, nifty, annoying because it takes getting used to and changes again, or who even cares?

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    1. I think if it’s just subtle changes then it would work but completely changing layout or other things might make it less user friendly. Maybe just have a seasonal photo or change some of the colors. Good luck!

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    2. I think it’s a neat idea because it’s unique and keeps things fun and interesting; one can never be too creative. My suggestion would be to inform your readers that you change your themes with each new season so that they know what to expect. 🙂

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    3. I don’t do it myself because I think it’s a bit much to change an outlook of a blog just to match a season that may vary in different parts of the world… but hey, we all have our own tastes and some people may find it fun to do so! (: Sometimes, it can even be used to their benefit if their theme matches. It is tricky to do it correctly though. 🙂

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    4. Thanks everyone! I may just stick to the header image being more “wintery”, if I can find one that I like.

      The teacher sweater comparison is a very good one, I will definitely remember subtle, if at all, is the way to go.

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    1. I don’t know about the ‘informed opinion’ part, I am, after all, a rookie, but I loved the One of These Days post. One thing, the font was sort of small-ish. Other than that, its great! You really are a natural 🙂

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    1. I really dig your blog and what the overall message is about it. I actually feel a common vibe with your message (even though I use my blog for evil crybabies Lol) and the posts I read through were great reads. Some heart, some lessons, some realness, I like it.

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    2. Okay, right out of the gate I knew I would like it because of your blog title and tag line — a great take on the half empty/half full question. And I love your writing style — what a fun read!

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    3. Hi there!
      I went through your blog and I gotta say:
      1) I love your selection of topics. They’re pretty relatable.
      2) I’ve left the comment on your post. 🙂
      3) We both share the same theme.
      Followed you as I assume greater things to come out of your blog and I don’t want to miss them.

      Happy Blogging!
      Aakansha 😀

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    1. Hey! Your writing post on being a girl was wonderful. Yes, definitely would come back for a second read… and a third..and a fourth…and a fif–oh you get the idea
      😀

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  4. Hello,

    I put up a new post recently and I’m just looking for some feedback about the post. I am still a little unsure about my writing style and I am open to hearing about any ideas on how to make it more entertaining to read. Also I wanted to know how I could appeal to a wider audience as I am looking to expand to those from all over the world.

    http://theforbiddenmind.wordpress.com/2014/10/16/the-amanda-bynes-update/

    As always any feedback is helpful, thank you in advance.

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    1. I think your writing style is good. The posts are easy to read and the information flows well. Adding humor here and there is always a good thing to do, people like to have a giggle if it is applicable to the topic. You also might want to get an About Me or About This Blog page made up. For many people this will be the first page they read to find out what the blog is about and if they will be interested.

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      1. Thank so much ill definitely add the about me page to give people a taste as to what to expect. Ill also work on adding some humor

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  5. Hey there, am a bakeaholic who started my baking blog by the name of The Bakealogue. Still not a year old, so still fairly new to the world if blogging. Therefore would appreciate if some of you could have a look at my blog and give me your feedback. 🙂

    http://www.thebakealogue.wordpress.com

    Look forward to seeing some of your blogs too.

    Thank you

    Muna
    The Bakealogue

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    1. Fantastic pictures with easy to follow instructions interspersed with fun bits of your humor- I’d say you have a “recipe for success” here! There may be a Chocolate Almond Torte in my future… 🙂 Karen

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      1. Awww thank you so much Karen! You really made my day by such wonderful feedback! I was on a chocolate high after the Chocolate Almond Torte … so prepare to be chocofied too :)) … thank you once again!

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      1. Thank you so much!! I always find the photography bit way tougher than the baking itself lol … but it’s getting better! 🙂 … thank you once again for the wonderful feedback 🙂

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    1. I like the flow and I really like that you have pics of each product and that you review each one with it’s own picture. You also might want to get an About Me or About This Blog page made up. For many people this will be the first page they read to find out what the blog is about and if they will be interested.

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  6. Hey guys!

    Just put up a post entitled “Dynasty vs Destiny” about the 2014 World Series. Would be great if you guys can check it out and let me know what you guys think.

    personalfoul247.com

    Thanks guys!

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    1. I like your post! Thank you. It is clearly written, easy to follow, and it has a great message.
      You are beautiful in all of the photos on the page, and congratulations on finding confidence in your natural look!

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  7. Hello seasoned bloggers! This post comes at a perfect time for me. I took Writing 101 and fell back in love with creative fiction, but my blog was mostly non-fiction… it needs focus and redesign. A good makeover in layout, theme, and subject focus.
    http://lbn4peaceomind.wordpress.com/
    1) Should I try to focus mostly on Work/life balance in a (creative) non-fiction way, scheduling posts Monday – Friday to blog about lunch menus, healthy choices for the office worker, stress management, and other work/life balance topics? or should I get back into creative fiction?
    2) Does my layout seem outdated now? Any theme (free please) suggestions?
    3) Can I (and if I can should I) change my URL (lbn4peaceomind) as I chose this when I was selling cremation plans? I don’t anymore.

    Obviously I need to tighten up my blog theme development!

    Thank you!
    LBN

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    1. Layout is good, but a lot of your content is tucked away as it’s one long scroll nobody will bother to sift through. I had no idea you even had fiction writing in there as there’s no easy way to get at the categories.

      I would suggest a magazine layout like twenty-fourteen. it’s pretty popular and easy to use as a starting point. You can make it as complicated or simple as you like but try to give your readers an easy way to find your fiction via menus or widgets, etc.

      Yes, change the name to something that represents you more accurately 🙂

      Hope this helps!

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      1. It’s tough to see because we’re so used to navigating our own blogs and clicking this to get that, etc. Not everyone uses category widgets either so I just set up menus that do the same thing 🙂

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  8. This is perfect timing because I just did a complete blog overhaul and I was looking for some feedback from other bloggers! I am not entirely new to blogging but I’ve only been around for about six months with a witty humor blog. Just last week I was working on layout and I ended up redoing my entire layout. I would love some feedback on the look and feel of my new layout if anyone has a few seconds to stop by. Thanks so much!
    http://www.nocrybabies.net

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    1. I commented above, but it bears repeating that your blog is my new favorite! You have an excellent writing style. Not everyone can carry sarcasm and snarkiness, but you strike the perfect balance with your dry humor. Love love love your stuff! Karen

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      1. Lol that is awesome Karen, I actually love to make people laugh and create a smile or giggle in their day using my random take on things. Thanks so much for stopping in and having some reads I really appreciate it! 🙂

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    1. Hi! I like the oxygen theme – your blog is clean looking, but think there might be other photo-specific themes that might fit your blog focus as well. Maybe a theme that features your photos more and enlarges them upfront? https://inasearchofbalance.wordpress.com is one of my favourite photoblogs – its theme could be something to consider?
      Your photo sizes are also quite large, so when readers click into one photo to enlarge it, loading time takes a while. For readers with less patience it might deter them from browsing the rest of your lovely photos! It might be an idea to rename your photos too, so that specific names pop up instead of pre-populated numbers.
      Great job – there are a lot of nice city photos (Prague! Clouds!) that I really liked.

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      1. Thanks for the reply!
        I was already thinking about changing the theme, because I don’t think oxygen is the definitive one for me. I was searching for something that is clean, easy to open on small screens, with no too many elements like hidding menus, good looking and full of options, too (like sidebars) at the same time.
        However, thanks for your suggestion, I’ll probably try that.
        And also about the photo size and name, I was alraedy planning that, but like I said, I’m in the beggining.
        Thanks again!

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    2. There are some very good photos on the blog.

      The overall look of the blog is nice.

      I would agree with @pixie suggestions. Adding the slider on the home page would add to the look of the blog.

      Keep up the good work.

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    1. I really like the new theme. I’ve been following your blog for a while and I think the new black background really brings out your drawings. The only thing that didn’t work for me is the rollable screen against a static background page in the homepage. Because you have live art in the foreground (e.g. the tiger head drawing), the colourful oil paint background takes away from it.
      My two cents. Beautiful works as always!

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      1. Hey pixie! I agree, I’ve been thinking of muting that painting for a while as I think it’s a but much so everything viewed after tends to look washed out. I tried to work with the rolling feature of that screen with transparency in the cat head but maybe it only looks good on smaller devices? I’ll look at that one again for sure though. Thanks for your comments, they’re very helpful and I’m happy you like my work too 🙂

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    2. I looked at your theme and front page and art and omg… I followed you immediately. I love your new theme and your flash fiction and everything! You are my perfect blog. Thank you for sharing! 😀

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    3. Clearly lots of work has been done on the look and feel and the whole the design compliments the content that is there on the website.

      THe only suggestion I might have is to consider using a little bigger size font. The font size in the widgets does appear to small and increasing it might improve the accessibility of the website.

      Otherwise a job well done!

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      1. Hi thank you for your kind words and feedback!
        I agree, the font size on the sidebar is a bit small but unfortunately it’s styling is locked down by the default theme settings.
        I’m evaluating the customization upgrade right now and improving accessibility seems like a pretty good reason to get it 🙂

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    1. Wow. Your blog is ..well ..dark.
      I don’t know if you’re a boy or a girl and I don’t know if it really matters to you as you’re pretty sombre in your posts-but I love your writing style. It’s gripping and it purely dictates your psyche.

      Advice: Try to be happy?
      Love and luck.
      Aakasha. 🙂

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      1. ‘Melancholy’ is an excellent instigator of writing.Excellent pieces come out from the fingertips when we are sad or in deep thoughts.

        I’ve experienced it and it has been said by some great pets as well.

        Yeah, you do that. Switch to the daylight version and first you either will be very uncomfortable in writing (I hope that’s not the case) or you’re gonna surprise yourself by what comes out.

        Good Luck.

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    1. I really enjoyed your writing but I think your blog itself is a bit confusing because it seems a bit cramped and jumbled? (No offense!) Anyways, only advice I have would be maybe change your sites layout or style? (Hope that wasn’t too brazen of me!) Loved the writing however!
      Feel free (But never obligated) To check out my blog also if you’ve got a spare moment! Its mainly short stories, excerpts from my books, and poetry.
      Hope this was helpful! Best of luck writing!

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      1. Thanks for the advice and yes I know people might think it’s a bit cramped like you said but I have never taken my blog very seriously to be honest and this was just an experiment I did in my summer vacations but yes, I might try to make it appear better in future. So, I’m grateful you took your time to comment.:)

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  9. Another week, another wonderful week of blogging. I’d just like to take this opportunity to thank the Daily Post and WordPress for allowing me to host my own little corner of the Internet. Blog on everyone!

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