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completing the challenge...

Well, I’ve FINALLY got rid of the generic header for this blog – that’s a task that’s only been waiting about six weeks and really should have been tackled earlier! 1,198 more words


Bloggiesta day 3 and day 4 update

Because I’m not a book blogger, and because most Bloggiesta participants ARE book-bloggers – and because I know so little about this very popular past-time – I decided that with ONLY just over a hundred blogs on the sign-up list, that I should try and take a look at each one! 925 more words

Personal Journal

Bloggiesta Tues-doos-day Monday's starting line

I’m a day behind posting the starting line, really I started late Sunday with this… I blog-hopped about the sign-up list a bit then and browsed some… 819 more words

Personal Journal

Upping the pace with Bloggiesta Day One

My first Bloggiesta post is now ocurring Tuesday, although that challenge gets a small mention further down the page! If you’re here for my A to Z theme reveal that’s also way down the page if you prefer to skip my rambling! 1,007 more words

Personal Journal

This April in Blogging U.: The Return of Writing 101!

This April, we’ll be offering Writing 101: Building a Blogging Habit. Writing 101 is a write-every-day challenge designed to help you create a writing habit and push you as a writer, while publishing posts that mesh with your blog’s focus. 341 more words


Sunday is for scheduling...

Planning a busier five weeks, productivity and efficiency drive – first a week with bloggiesta (maybe – if it’s not just for book review bloggers, feel a bit like a gate-crasher and a bit out of my comfort zone…) and then four weeks with April’s AtoZ challenge – not actually signed up for either yet, still time, just, perhaps! 242 more words

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Singing The New Dash Editor Blues

Since about 2011-12, WordPress.com users have been redirected to the New Dashboard (“New Dash”) after logging in on the main WP.com log-in page rather than to their primary site’s Dashboard. 855 more words