Jennifer Nichole Wells shares her challenge with us each week. We do not have to share an image of the actual weather event, instead we can share something that conjures the image of what a tsunami represents to us. This is a photo from April 29, 2014 when we received approximately 20+ inches of rain in … Continue reading One Word Photo Challenge – Tsunami
Have you tried Tweet-Jukebox for Twitter? Read all about it here from my friend, Olga! ❤
I know we’ve all been told we should use social media to promote ourselves, our businesses, blogs, books, painting, whatever we do. And I know we all have our preferences, or sites that we understand better, or we find more useful, or that don’t give us a headache.
I must confess I quite liked Twitter to begin with, when I joined a few months before I published my first book. I would follow people I found interesting, read their Tweets, and be excited if somebody decided to follow me. I read about the subject, I tweeted quotations, ideas, suggestions, retweeted interesting things…
I’ve met many interesting people through Twitter, especially many authors, and we tend to share content and RT. Then I had problems with hackers, suspensions and got tired of it.
I’ve tried a variety of things to manage Twitter. I still use Hootsuite, as it…
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Welcome to Mindful Monday! Each week I try to self-discover new or sometimes old things about myself. I have found that being mindful encompasses the act of being watchful, aware, wary, heedful, alert, careful, or attentive, in whatever area in my life I feel it applies to, as I attempt to live in the present. Do … Continue reading Mindful Monday – Do Less to Achieve More
This week, my contribution to Lucile Godoy's fabulous photo rehab clinic are the following three images of storm clouds: It was about 4:00 PM in the afternoon when I took these photos with my Samsung Galaxy 5 phone-camera. The sky was dark and ominous. I was pleasantly surprised at how detailed the images of the … Continue reading Photo 101 Rehab: The Clinic – The Approaching Storm
This article says it like it really is! I am a student of writing... ❤
Many thanks to Ron, of Ronovan Writes for hosting this fun and exciting haiku event each week. Are you ready for some HAIKU? Thanks for visiting. I look forward to seeing you again!
Welcome to Mindful Monday! Each week I try to self-discover new or sometimes old things about myself. I have found that being mindful encompasses the act of being watchful, aware, wary, heedful, alert, careful, or attentive, in whatever area in my life I feel it applies to, as I attempt to live in the present. Each … Continue reading Mindful Monday – My Top 5 Things to Do Every Day
Meditation Breathing deep and slow - my mind is full of chatter, as I lock up thoughts. *** Thanks for stopping by today. I always enjoy seeing you all,
I am excited about Lucile's additions to our Photo 101 Rehab – The Clinic. Read all about her upcoming events here. This week, I would like to share how fog can make your images eerie and mysterious. Here is a photo of Fairy Swamp on a foggy summer morning. I like how the fog swirls in … Continue reading #PhotoRehab – Foggy Mornings
Silver loves rainbows! Rainbows are some of nature's most beautiful displays. In the part of Florida where I live, rainbows only appear in rare circumstances. Unlike when I lived in the mountains of Arizona where we had regular rainbows during the monsoon season each summer. I took this photo a couple of years ago in … Continue reading ROY G. BIV or Somewhere Over the Rainbow