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    1. Hi!! Great blog, I stopped by and the visuals were gripping. I enjoyed the range of content it really prompted a good level of mental engagement. Congratulations of surpassing 500 followers


    1. Hey Joseyphina, I really like the look of your blog, I immediately clicked into your first post (I have a bad habit of watching reality TV) ad really liked it, your reflections are great! And then your response to the mistake prompt is a great read. Looking forward to seeing more of your posts, yasminmay

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    1. You write very richly. The length is also something I really admire, not too short, and clearly not too long. Care to give your thoughts on my post? I’m new here. Thanks.

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    1. Really enjoyed reading your post and like the look of your blog. Thank you for sharing your experiences so honestly!


    1. Really like your blog – stunning pictures of Niagra falls there! I wonder if it could be good to add a ‘read more’ option on your posts, as currently they are all open on your home page which means it can take a while to get through and choose a post to read

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    1. I don’t know if it’s just me who feels this way, but I personally found it a bit confusing to look at. Especially in the top with all the menus and stuff. Looks a bit messy:) Besides that I think the content and the way you write is great!

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    2. I like your style of writing but I’m not sure the theme is quite right. You seem to have some weird blocks and empty space on the front page and the top menu looks a little cluttered and squashed.
      The formatting on the Cricket and Management post is also a little wonky. With the photo merged into the text along with justified edges on both sides you end up with words being spaced oddly.
      You’ve got some great posts though. Interesting topics and I like how you compare cricket and business.

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    3. Loved your content, I do agree with some previous commenters that the theme is a bit crowded but I’ll definitely be reading more! I’m a fellow Indori as well!

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  1. Hi, pleas visit my blog as i aim to set up a key base in order to turn around the world for the better, for those who need it to be better.
    I shall visit back your instantly. Thanks.

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      1. Currently. In my class break.
        But followed your blog to have a look on later and not to forget. You will be getting constant feedbacks from me. Worry not. 😉


  2. Hello all,
    I would love some feedback on how to enhance my blog. I have come across some fantastic sites and wish to grow mine . Much appreciated. Thanks in advance! Also thank you all for sharing!

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    1. Your site is really clean and bright. It is very well organized and inviting.

      You might want to consider using a little more of the header space. There is a lot of white space – so you could expand your use of a bit without becoming cluttered.

      It will be nice when you have some more posts for us to read 🙂

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    2. Best of luck with the book.
      The site feels a little empty at the moment, all the white space does give the impression it’s a little unfinished.
      I’d like to read more about your publishing journey though. There’s not that much information on the site as far as I could see but I’d be interested to know how you navigated self-publishing for you first book and if you did get a professional edit in the end?

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      1. Thank you for your feedback. I will surely be adding more details of the journey in a future post very soon. I look forward to sharing! And thank you for visiting!


    1. Couldn’t agree more with your ‘use me please’ post!! So true, people should respect their surroundings!
      Like your blog layout too 🙂

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    2. I just loved the theme you are using. The font is awesome. Also, the image at the top of page is awesome. Ok I have used the word awesome a little more but I can’t help it. Marvellous theme and great posts too. Keep it up. 😃

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    3. Your layout works really well! I really like it! If you like it then that’s all that matters. It’s your blog after all. I think your writing style it great. It’s easier to understand and straight to the point. It’s witty! Keep it up 🙂


    1. I’m not sure if it is supposed to look like that but your home picture is very grainy, which makes it hard to read the quote that is displayed. It may be a resolution problem. Also congratulations on getting into law school! That’s an amazing accomplishment. Your readers will understand 🙂

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  3. Good morning lovely ones!
    Hope you’re having a great week so far.
    I’m a teen blogger. But i blog about everything. I’ve been blogging for a year and a half, hopefully more to come!
    I’d love some feedback on my blog and what i write.
    Here’s a link;

    Explore, and hope you enjoy it!
    Thanks ❤️❤️

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    1. Great blog and lots of variation in your posts. they’re not too long (sometimes I’m put off by really long posts) and like the pictures you use 🙂

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      1. Already following.
        I love anything to do with psychology, sharing perspectives. It helps me learn and grow as a writer as well. Your blog is a must follow for everyone. And i have enjoyed every post i read off late.

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      1. You don’t have to save it. You just log out and log in, write stuff and publish stuff. I hope this helps. If it doesn’t, i think you should ask a friend who also manages a blog for help. I’m new here too you know 🙂

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    1. Log in. Go to WPAdmin. Select Posts. You should see the sample post listed. Click on it and edit it, putting in your own content. Be sure to change the title of the post tool. Then click Update. To add a new post, click the Add button on the Posts page. Put in the title and add your content. If you want to include tags for your post, see the left hand column. Once you are done, hit Publish.

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  4. Hey all:)
    I happened to come across a few unique things and they really got me thinking and so I have included them in my latest post. Would love to hear about any unique things you have come across and let’s share it with the world and give the makers the credit they deserve.
    Here is the link to my latest post:
    Do visit my blog and leave comments on what you think about it and I am more than willing to reciprocate.

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    1. When it comes to saving the environment, we think that it’s hard and huge, while in fact, its the simple things we do that causes so much harm to the nature. If we pay more attention to the little things, we might be able to make a huge difference!

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    1. Hehe oops! I clicked on your name insted of the link and was taken to a pretty empty blog to say the least:P I made sure to click on the link instead this time, and it was much better;) Lovely layout and I like your writing style!

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  5. Hello,

    I am looking to connect with other bloggers, read different posts and hear some reflections on my own 🙂

    Here is a link to a recent post of mine

    Of course it would be great to get feedback on my blog in general too, and I will check yours out as well, just leave me a comment below and I’ll make sure I have a look at yours.

    Really looking forward to hearing from you all,


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      1. Your site is fantastic with some really thought provoking posts. I’ve read your blog before of course and really like the new addition of your ‘psychperspectives’ logo! Looking forward to your next post,

        Thank you

        Yasmin May

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      1. Hey, thank you so much for your lovely feedback, your blog is great too! The only thing I’d say is to add a ‘read more’ button to your posts so the home page doesn’t end up taking ages to scroll between posts. really like the story you wrote, great stuff 🙂


    1. Nice post May. I imagine this would be really reassuring and helpful for someone starting at a school, so good job! I think the gifs work well, and that this is the kind of listicle that ought to have an image or gif under every single point (think Buzzfeed!). Hope that helps.


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    1. Hey

      This is absolutely the kind of thing I’m interested in so I’m keen to check it out.

      But the first thing I noticed that you may want to address – there is a typo in your logo (missing the last ‘c’ ‘PsychPerspetives’). An easy mistake to make but I would fix that ASAP as it will be most visitors’ first impression!

      I jumped straight into the ‘mindfulness’ section and read your post on uncertainty; I really like it! Cool idea, nice observations and enjoyable to read. Good use of light-hearted images too.

      Keep up the good work!

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    2. Counting life in months instead of years is an intriguing thought. It might be a challenge since we have so many things that we put on a yearly calendar. Of course, we could, trash that calendar and make up a set of monthly holidays. I suspect, we’d have a battle with those who enjoy current holidays.

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