I am going to attempt to modify the overly ambitious blogging calendar I made back in February.
Monday: Stays the same: the day to Re Blog at least one other blog post from another blogger
Thursday: Pictures and Words: Post at least one image and/or sentence.
I eliminate the days of reading other blogs and commenting because Monday I can do that while searching for interesting posts to “repost”.
Let’s see how this new experiment works out! I have noticed that I love “reblogging”, which I’m frustrated to see still isn’t considered a real word, at least not by spell check on WordPress. Strange, as WordPress may have invented the word! I just searched on the internet and I’m still not sure if reblog is just a word in the Urban Dictionary or not. Anyway, reblogging has definitely saved my blog from big gaps of nothingness; I also love to showcase great writers who blog about important topics and express things so articulately. Reblogging is one of the best ways to show other bloggers that you are paying attention to them and to other bloggers besides them. It may even help other bloggers to gain more followers…
Anyway here’s to Monday today. I’ve reblogged two posts and written two posts!
I have finally fully realized and made the decision to do some kind of scheduled blogging and put it in my calendar. Thanks to all the other well organized blogs!
Monday: the day to Re Blog at least one other blog post from another blogger
Tuesday: Post at least one sentence
Wednesday: Nothing Required
Thursday: Post at least one image
Friday, Saturday and Sunday: Read at least 5 Blog posts of others!
Important topics are covered: Embracing your Artist Identity fully and Integrating it in your life the way you want/dream!
Source: Shanee Epstein Reflects on Becoming a Full Time Artist
Working with people who have Binge Eating Disorder, I am glad to see people correcting a lot of basic assumptions people have about it. This article gets at the most common myths.
myths about Binge Eating Disorder
This is so important! Many people find their diagnosis to have really helped them to understand their illness and respect themselves and also not feel alone in their struggles with mental illnesses. It can be very empowering. Of course there are others who want to identify in a different way which is also fine. The first choice of saying “I am” gets criticized more by others and really needs to be as respected as any other choice including the choice to just identify as a person, not a person with a mental illness. There is room for all! Great comic