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    1. Hello Poornima, I really enjoyed reading some of your posts. You have a writing style that borders on the poetic, which makes you very readable. You seem to be able to take the commonplace and elevate it to a higher plane of thought. Your most recent about “Mr Right” is a great example – I love the way you juxtapose what you dream of with what the reality might be, but simultaneously still reach for the best partner, lover, husband who might be out there waiting for you. I can tell you from experience that much of what you write is true, but a marriage is a partnership and can only be strong and survive if it works like that but has love at it’s very core. I know I’ve had that for 25 years – yes, some bumps and low places along the way, but sticking together through thick and thin. Back to your blog, I love the one about MSD – as an Englishman I love cricket and while we like beating India, MSD is one of my sporting heroes. I was that 11 year old once, except I wanted to be Geoff Boycott, so that blog evokes memories as well as very poetically making the point that no-one should ever shatter the pursuit of a dream by someone else – I am sure MSD dreamt of playing for India one day – and he did! Congratulations on a lovey blog.

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      1. Thank you so much 😀 I’m not the greatest cricket fan and I’m lost with international players but I definitely love MSD – always have, always will. 😀
        I learnt a new word with this comment – Juxtapose. So thank you for that as well.. 🙂
        25 years, congratulations on that 😀 – I love this particular community post thread. I keep hearing about such long term marriages and it’s really getting my hopes up 😀
        Once again, thank you so much 🙂

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    2. I absolutely love this post and am in the same position! Enjoying my life to the fullest as a single, 21 year old woman, but excited for when that special someone enters my life as well! Great job!

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      1. Wow, thank you a lot for your words of encouragement! It’s great to have feedback… I’d normally wish you happy blogging in turn, but maybe happy running will be more appropriate here 😉 ! Continue on inspiring and helping others…

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    1. Mara,
      Patriarchy got my attention. In fact I liked it and spent a little time with it. The use of “circumcised” was effective on several levels.

      If I may offer a thought, the first line could perhaps be more effective in pairing with the last with a less explicitly connected verb “cut”, e.g. “bind up and shrink” I don’t offer that as a substitute but a quick example of what I suggest. Since I can’t steal your excellent idea I don’t want to wrestle with it to find exactly my phrase.
      Roger

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      1. Hello there and thank you very much for your thoughtful feedback! I’ll definitely ponder on what you say — you have a point. As to originality and “stealing” ideas, I don’t think one can be original anymore today, so if you like any of my ideas enough to use it too, you’re more than welcome 😉 Thanks again for tuning in and happy blogging! I love your neat and clean blog, by the way!

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  1. Hi guys,
    I just added a new header image to my blog and would love some feedback. I wanted the header itself to be funny (since it’s a cartoon blog.) Does it work? Or is it too busy and/or confusing? Any and all suggestions on how to improve the site are most welcome.
    Thanks!

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    1. I really like your cartoons – both art and captions. The header is clever. I personally don’t love the flourescent green of the lettering – but that is just a personal dislike of that colour. Have you experimented with different colours? Is that even possible? (Note, I’m no visual artist!)

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      1. Thanks for look. I’m not at all married to the green, in fact I was trying a lot of different color combinations for the lettering vs the backdrop and just got to the point where my eyes were crossing and said ‘just put the stupid thing up’. I can change it pretty easily. Any suggestions? Are there any site where you thing the color combinations really work well?

        Thanks

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      2. Now, I’m not good at working out what colour works – but I like the colours used in the halloween cartoon. But then you would know better than me what the trend is with colours in cartooning. I was thinking ‘red’ but then figured that would look like blood!!

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      3. I like your header – I’ve just seen it now and saw it had yellow lettering, which looked good.
        I wonder – is there a way to rotate headers? I like the scene with the dog, but parts of the text are blocked out, and I feel like I’m missing something…maybe if there were alternating headers, I’d be more comfortable with that.

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      1. I loved the cartoons and I read your About page after I saw Karen’s recommendation. She’s right, it is the best page I read in a long time.

        I hate to be “that” person, but your first point says “bio’s,” and the plural is spelled “bio.” Thought I’d point it out 🙂

        I know, I hate me too.

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      2. Shrey, one of my best friends is a copy editor who is always giving me a hand with grammar and punctuation. I am grateful for her help (God knows I need it) and grateful for yours. Don’t apologize for being ‘that’ person. I appreciate the assists. Oh–and I’m glad you like my about page.

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      1. Thanks, and yes I draw the cartoons.

        BTW Teachezwell, I visited your site and commented on one of the “I kid you not” posts. Though those stories are about disturbing things, they are written with so much grace and wit that I laughed–at the same time I wanted to cry. Praise all teachers, because I sure couldn’t do that job.

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    2. I really like your header, like others have already mentioned I think, I’m not super-keen on the green, just because it does a number on my sensitive eyes, but the cartoon is cute and funny, I love it! 🙂

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    3. Hi Bor Bor, I love your cartoons! They’re smart and nicely done. I think the only bit of feedback I’d offer would be to maybe create your own lettering for the blog title, but that’s totally a matter of personal taste. But seriously, you had me laughing out loud!

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      1. That’s a great suggestion. I will definitely give it a try, though it may take me a while–I am not gifted in the graphic arts department. Though you are. Your beach illustration has a lot going for it, and is very graphic. I admire styles that I stink at.

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      2. I don’t find hand lettering easy either, to be perfectly honest. I find it can be helpful to use handwritten fonts designed by others. WeGraphics is a good source for not-so run of the mill ones. But if you have the time to do the lettering yourself, I think it would be great. By the way, the yellow is much better than the green, in my opinion!

        And thank you for the kudos on my illustration… more to come! 🙂

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    4. After trying on your suggestions (in multiple iterations), I’ve put up a new (and hopefully improved) header. This one has yellow lettering with a bluish-grey backdrop. If any of you have a spare minute to check it out, please let me know if it’s less retina-seering than the last version.

      As per Kena’s great suggestion, I’ll attempt some hand-lettering this weekend (or next) but will stick to the yellow text color, unless you guys give it a thumbs down.

      Thanks for all the help and the great feedback. You’ve been a tremendous help.

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    5. Oh my gosh your cartoons are awesome. Your header takes a few seconds to put together but it is pretty awesome.
      One little suggestion…. I wished you napped a little less and d
      id a few more cartoons. 🙂

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      1. OK, Rosie,

        I just went to your blog (I believe in reciprocity) and I LOVED the your ‘My Zodiac: The Unknown’ post. It is me. Your talking about me (and all this time I thought I was a Gemini.) But I can’t find where to post a comment. Seriously, this drives me nuts on so many sites. I am a WordPress newbie, so I’m not fluent in all the various theme layouts, but I want to comment (positive comments, I swear–I’m not the kind to ever go negative in public,) But I am continually thwarted by design elements that seem to delight in disguising the comment button.

        OK. Comment rant over. I loved the post. It’s so ‘me’, and I really hope that’s not pathetic.

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      2. I am glad you liked it. I tried to describe my own character so obviously if it relates to you I would say you are AWESOME :P.

        Your Gemini, I’m Aquarius and we still have similar characteristics…. an interesting topic for astrology academics; isn’t it?

        Regarding the comments…. I believe you need to click on the title of the post. It then takes you to the post itself (like it opens the link to the post directly) and you should be able to find the comment box there. Let me know if it works for you.

        Cheers
        x

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      1. Thank you for the comment, and I visited your blog, but once again, I couldn’t find a comment button, so I’ll ask my question here. What is the “exquisite corpse” activity. I am dying to find out (pardon the pun.) Are you going to do a post about it?

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      2. I’m hoping to :3 they should be giving back some of the stuff we did last time, really…how do I get a comment box going?

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    1. I have to admit, I skipped over your question a few times. Not knowing that ‘Masters of Sex’ is a TV series about Masters and Johnson (the research team that conducted the first scientific experiments into human sexuality), I was afraid the post might be about a … um.. different kind of TV show, probably a bizarre reality one, or something that I’d be embarrassed to read about.

      I’m glad to say, that is not what your post is about. I thought it was a very well written, honest critique of a TV drama that is supposed to be based on real people and real events. There are a handful of TV shows I like to watch, but searching for new good ones, when the old ones have run their course, takes more time than I’m willing to spend. Though I will probably never watch the show (especially given your take on season 2), based on the writing in your post, I would trust you to give me an accurate picture of what I could expect from any TV show/movie that I’m thinking about watching. As a reviewer/critiquer, you did a great job.

      My only recommendation is that, with titles like that one (see–I have difficult time typing it) add a few words to the question so that all of us who aren’t that familiar with current TV programming will know what to expect when we visit your blog.

      My apologies for the long comment.

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      1. Thank you for the long comment! It’s really great to receive detailed feedback like that. And thank you for your compliments, I’ll work hard to continue to deserve them.
        Regarding titles, I always try to keep them as short as possible, but I see your point. Sometimes it’s necessary to make them longer and more specific.

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  2. Just reblogged an entry on how to make and keep friends. Feedback, please? Written from perspective of mental illness but might apply to anyone. Thanks for any help. Thoughts on rebloggingin general? http:/lilypupslife.wordpress.com/

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    1. My thoughts on your blog are that I’m impressed — keep the good posts for a good cause coming! As to reblogs, relevant ones are a great idea, and your reblog is obviously relevant.

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    1. I concur. I especially like this: “Just like in love, writing is great while it works. And just like in love, writing is a sea of tumultuous despair when it doesn’t.” My exact sentiments.

      I couldn’t have said it better myself! I’ve written a somewhat similar post — but it’s about English.

      Do check it out and tell me how you feel! 🙂

      https://infinityythoughts.wordpress.com/2013/11/15/why-the-english-language-intrigues-me/

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      1. Beautiful post. Sometimes, one does need to step back and appreciate the beauty of a language that one is so busy using as a tool for communication. In a way, languages we know are like people we know. We don’t appreciate them often enough!
        I really like your layout too. I used to have your theme, but my long, rambling paragraphs didn’t make for easy reading and, of course, I blamed the theme. You make it very reader-friendly. Well done!

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      1. Your blog looks just fine. Maybe break up the text with images or make more paragraphs. Youll find your style as you go but keep up the great writing !

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    1. I love this idea. I’ve already spent quite a while listening to some of the cover versions, especially like Super Trouper covered by Camera Obscura. I’ll be back for more. One thing I find a little tricky on the iPad is the navigation using the picture menu – am sure it’s fine on a PC or Mac though. Congratulations on a good idea for a blog. I’m following now!

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      1. Thank you so much! I’m glad that it makes an impact. This is a message that I want to share so badly.

        I’m happy that the layout is convenient too!

        Thanks for stopping by!

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    1. Really like the layout and images, really unique! That is the sort of thing I would like to do to my blog to give that ‘wow’ factor. The pictures of the moving water are fantastic! I know from using that technique myself in the past, it really can be difficult to get the lighting, aperture and f-stop correct!

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      1. Thank you!! I absolutely love water…there is just something about it…and yes, I agree! It takes a while to get it just right!

        Thanks so much for stopping by! I’m on my way over to yours now!

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    2. Hi!
      Liked your initial front page. I clicked to open a few of the selections. Your About Me page opens within each category and is a bit of a distraction from the poem or song selection. I would maybe move the About Me content to a tab category all by itself instead of having it embedded within each one as it is currently.
      Thanks for giving me the chance to peek into your world! Keep up the good work 🙂

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    3. Really beautiful photography. I like some of your poems. My favorite is Unfortunate, although the photo did not display. Is it the grilled window? I like your layout, although I was initially confused about which one I was clicking until I realised that the title popped up when you left your cursor over it long enough. Cool blog. And for a 20 year old! 😉

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      1. Thank you!! I’m so happy you stopped by! Yeah, I have noticed that confusion too…but I think it is easy enough to figure out (or at least it seems to be!)

        I am trying to find a better way to display the galleries…do you think the layout of the galleries could benefit from change…? I wish I could have the same home page layout for the gallery page! Anyway, if you have any suggestions I’d love to hear!
        Thanks again!

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      2. By gallery you mean the homepage? I think you have too many photos out and it would be nice if there were spaces in between. Also our eyes tend to glaze over if the images are all the same sizes because our eye needs something to focus on (according to photography class). Hope this helps.

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    1. I had a read of the post about self-exploration. There is some good writing and thinking there. As it is reasonably long, I wonder if giving some headings to break it up – or ‘lands’ or ‘paths’ that sum up the different experiences of the journey – would help the reader to continue on that journey with you? Just an idea.

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      1. Thanks for reading! I get what you mean, decided to do it in a continuous prose style thus the lack of headings. But great suggestion nonetheless 🙂 I do have another post- 4 steps to overcome a setback, they have clearer headers there you might wanna take a look! (:

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      2. Great. I’ll keep an eye out for it. One of the best tips I picked up from the Writing 101 course I did back in September here on WordPress, was to work on sentences that were different lengths – and paragraphs the same, I guess, so that they reader’s eye has some nice challenges and a varied rhythm develops in your writing. It has been fun to experiment with that. It’s another alternative to using headings etc.

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    2. Hey Darren!

      Your post was very relatable. Often, I find myself floundering about my emotions. I don’t know what I truly like, what my favourite colour is or what truly makes me happy. But I guess, it’s times like these that made self-exploration (no innuendo intended) exciting. The odyssey towards self-discovery is indeed a meaningful journey when our answers are disclosed.

      ps, are you Singaporean!?

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    3. Your post is encouraging. I like how you ask questions but also put forth your own ideas. There is indeed a lot of power in the self and self knowledge is very important! Thanks for sharing your personal experience

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    1. Love love love this post.

      ” I choose not to have a bucket list. Instead, I have a f*** it list. A “screw conformity and conventionality” list”.

      I am so the same way.

      I would also add the word “should” to the list of verboten phraseology. It implies guilt and judgement which are not productive in the least. Choose active words “will, can, want, am going to, inspired to, must” etc.

      Well written !

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      1. Are you referring to something in my blog? If so, I’m afraid I don’t know what you’re talking about. 🙂

        P.S. Could’ve done without the swear word.

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      2. I must have clicked on the wrong post to make my comment. This is meant for someone else, the poster below you. Also the word choice is not mine, but I would encourage you to check out the post.

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    2. Sorry you accidentally caught a comment meant for me, and thus the swear word, for which I claim responsibility as she copied a few lines from my post. Although it could well have been fork or foul or flow that I intended with the dashes… Honestly, I do apologize for the offense. Best, Karen

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      1. I understand. And haha, if only the dashes meant those words. I guess I just find swearing so unnecessary. But thank you for your apology, as I do appreciate it.

        And by the way, I visited your blog, and your most recent post had some absolutely excellent, honest, and true points in it. 🙂

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      2. Thank you, and I visited your blog as well. Your writing is expressive and heartfelt. You speak eloquently about your faith. I’m sure I could benefit from re-visiting you from time to time. 🙂

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    1. Hi Karen

      I love the simplicity of your design and think the header really catches your eye but I would think about how you can get more colour and personality on to the page. A little colour would really make your posts pop!

      Hope this helps! Any comments you might have on supperinthesuburbs.wordpress.com would be much appreciated.

      Thanks

      Emma

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      1. Thanks Emma! I will try to experiment with adding some custom widgets as I get more comfortable (tech is just not my thing!) to add some “oomph” to the page. The layout on your blog is great for showcasing your recipes, and the week in pictures is such a personable touch! It’s a shame that there should be a need for comment guidelines, but I see where you are coming from. Thank you for the feedback! Best, Karen

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      2. Thanks for the feedback Karen. It would seem the my week in pictures is working then 🙂 I found it very hard to get “me” into the blog to begin with.

        Many thanks

        Emma

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      3. Hi there. Thanks for the invitation to poke around. I liked the conversation dialogue. It’s nice to have a page to refer to for inspiration 🙂
        Including a few widgets to previous content would be helpful for readers. I’m using basic features and thus limited with color schemes, etc. but I do like the use of buttons and methods which simplify a page.
        Yours is nicely put together. 🙂

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    2. Hi Karen! I love your blog! I think your latest post is awesome, I’ve definitely been working on counteracting the idea that I have time for things in the future and just getting out and doing them now. I think you’re spot on!
      🙂

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    3. Karen!
      Really enjoyed your recent post, it was humorous and filled with lots of character!! I do agree with some of the points as well, love to see you post stuff on thought catalogue one day I’m sure you’ll do great! 😄😄😄😄:)
      Cheers!

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      1. Hi Darren, Thanks for reading! I have been reading several of your posts- they are so in-depth and heartfelt. I’ve enjoyed reading your thoughts on self-exploration as it is something we should all practice. Best, Karen

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    4. Karen, I love love love your latest.

      I choose not to have a bucket list. Instead, I have a f*** it list. A “screw conformity and conventionality” list

      This is perfect and I am so the same way. I would also add the word “should” to the list of verboten phraseology. It’s implies guilt and judgement which are not productive in the least. Instead choose more active words like”can, want, must, am going to or am inspired to”. Active language leads to an active life 🙂

      Well done !

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      1. Thank you! I read something recently about removing “shoulds” from your life, and now I’m curious to find it again. I’ve been reading your posts, and I’m enjoying your writing style. I’m pretty sure I’ve been afflicted with “monkey mind” as well! Thank you for visiting my blog! Karen 🙂

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      2. I have long thought that should ..ahem “should ” be remived from the popular lexicon. Its a useless word truly. I have followed you and look dorward to reading more. 🙂

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    5. My original comment was really for a different blog. Sorry about that. Talk about tech-challenged! Anyway, your list is excellent and I took it to heart, having fallen into all those traps a number of times. Did it take you long to come up with such an excellent list?

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      1. I think it’s a compilation of things that have rolled around in my otherwise empty head for quite a while. I was out on a long walk the other day, and I started a mental list. It never fails that when I am away from pen and paper or keyboard ideas start flowing… 🙂

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      1. I’m glad I asked for the link to your delightful blog! If I right click on your name it does not bring me there. (It looks like you had to add the 1 to the end of the name and now it isn’t linking correctly). Maybe you can re-link so you don’t miss out on viewers. But I’m happy to have found so that I can follow you! Karen 🙂

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    1. Hi

      I also moved from blogger to wordpress recently and have really struggled with the move. Any advice you have on how you brought your readers over with you would be greatly appreciated!

      In response to your Q however, I really like how clear the layout is. As Hayley says this really lets your content shine and I think the size of your pictures is good.

      However, I think you need to make more use of both the sidebar and the footer. You could add in a short about you section here, a search function or more social media widgets so that its easier to interact with the blog.

      Hope that helps!

      Emma

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      1. Thanks for your feedback! My about me section can be found in the me u under “who is doing these dishes?!” I having some issues with the widgets on my pc, as in how to get them where i want them. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

        I didnt have much readership to begin with and found that the community construction of wordpress really helps me get content out to more people.

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      2. When you go on to your dashboard and click appearance down the left hand side and then widgets you should be able to add widgets to your sidebar and footer.

        I appreciate you have an about me section already, but a short snappy two liner on the sidebar that can be seen at all times just makes it a bit more personal.

        Just my thoughts!

        Thanks

        Emma

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      3. I moved from Blogger to WordPress earlier this year, and the best way to take your readers with you is social media. By sharing your new WordPress blog on Facebook, Google Plus, Twitter, and LinkedIn, your readers will know you’ve moved and will keep up. Hope this helped. It was very effective for me, although I admit I didn’t have too many followers on Blogger in the first place.

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      4. Unfortunately I did this across all platforms, keeping the same twitter handle for example. I even did a post on the old blog way in advance and had the two blog running concurrently telling of the date I would move. Now the old blog instantly diverts to the new.

        Its bizarre!!!

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  3. This past week I’ve had my first go at writing a ‘children’s story’. I’m lacking inspiration to move onto Frank the Rapid-Fire-Response Frog – and then I still have chapters on a duck and a tiger to go. I think I’m worried about how to draw it all together at the end.

    Here are the first four ‘chapters’. Feel free to give suggestions about the ending (I think I read somewhere before that true novelists should have a sense of their ending!):

    http://shazzameena.wordpress.com/2014/10/16/life-in-the-jungle-chapter-one-gordon-the-complicated-giraffe/

    http://shazzameena.wordpress.com/2014/10/17/life-in-the-jungle-chapter-two-maurice-the-fun-loving-monkey/

    http://shazzameena.wordpress.com/2014/10/20/life-in-the-jungle-chapter-three-bernard-and-barry-the-detail-loving-bears/

    http://shazzameena.wordpress.com/2014/10/22/life-in-the-jungle-chapter-four-lucy-and-lynette-the-lamenting-lyre-birds/

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    1. I think everyone can relate to the post (i.e. we’ve all had favorite books butchered by the motion picture industry.) Though it was about a specific book/movie, the points you make apply to most film adaptations. And I love your WTF is this section on your pie chart.

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    1. Your blog looks great and has some great pictures and content, if you feel like the like and follow buttons are not prominent enough maybe you could utilise the like and follow widgets so they are more obvious to people who might not be familiar with wordpress 🙂

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      1. I was able to get more followers thanks to Facebook. My suggestion – ask your close friends to share your blog on their profiles. Have them include a brief intro to the blog and talk about what they liked most. It’s a virtual crowd puller. On a related note, your blog is beautifully designed. 🙂

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    2. I’m surprised that you don’t have followers. Your blog is well-designed, your posts have intriguing first lines, and it looks like you are enjoying yourself! Hang in there- I think you’ll do well.

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      1. Thanks Teachezwell. What’s doubly frustrating is I moved the blog from blogger to wordpress and lost a good 70% of my readership 😦 unsure how to get it back!

        Your kind words mean a lot though.

        Emma

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  4. Hi Everyone, I am new to personal blogging, brand new blog, and would love some feedback on my posts thus far. Theme is being single in recovery. I am aiming to do the November post a day, but still am hesitate

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      1. Thank you. My writing is heavy on anoligies. Not sure if that is either good or bad, but is where I am at in terms of sharing the personal stuff. I come from a background of marketing communications, but am trying something different, seeking a voice, with this blog.

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  5. How do I set up my photo for the avatar thing. I’ve tried many times & when I post I still get the geometrical shape thingy, so annoying. Thank you

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    1. As the link writerwannabe763 shared points out, it shouldn’t tale more than a few hours for your new Gravatar to show — make sure to go over the troubleshooting section towards the bottom of the page, where a few potential issues are addressed.

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    1. I’m loving your Saturday Jukebox! Your writing style is excellent. I tend to wing it as well, and I never was one for the timed essays either. Like you can time when and where inspiration will strike…please! Best, Karen 🙂

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    1. I enjoyed reading your quotes. I wonder if you could separate the “follow me” parts so that your quotes are more visually impacting. Right now, my eyes are drawn to a lot more than your writing. Also, you have an extra comma after the word “Seriously.”

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