I’ve made a little progress this week and added a new line item to my list. Here’s what’s going on:
I’ve completed the main portion of my page reconfiguration project, which made my recipe tutorials easier to find and put them into categories. If you have any suggestions for how to make BackyardLifeBlog easier to navigate, please let me know (email@example.com). I want to make it easy for you to find what you are looking for.
So far, I’ve been successful at posting 3 times a week and I hope I can keep it going. Once you start a trend, you might as well keep it going!
I have a little behind the scenes work going on as far as showcasing people and products. More on that to come…
Now, for my new line item: I’m going to consistently contribute content for Let’s Blog Off every other Tuesday. I wrote my first contribution this past Tuesday and if you haven’t had a chance to read it, here it is: Home is what you make of it. Feel free to read it and leave a comment. You can also read the work of other Let’s Blog Off contributors.
It was actually more fun than I thought it would be. I had a really hard time writing my post, which is stretching my brain, which is a good thing. I also was very encouraged by the comments I received. I also enjoyed reading other people’s take on the same topic all one right after another. There are several different viewpoints, but also some things that were common to everyone. Really interesting.
Have a great week and do some hard work!
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