Paths and trails may take you to wonderful places. Where is your favorite trail?
Join me in welcoming author Jacqui Murray to my blog today as I share her newest book, Natural Selection, on her virtual book blast.
This week’s Sunday Stills photo challenge is all about showcasing your favorite sports and/or hobbies. Your images of sports might show others participating or yourself engaged in one. The same is true for your hobbies. Please share any image depicting doing what you love and engaging in leisure! I will start you off with some … Continue reading Sunday Stills: Your Favorite #Sport or #Hobby
Every so often, as I sit down to write a new blog post, I get that nagging sense of discouragement and seriously ask myself “Why do I blog?” “What would happen if I stopped?” Do you ever ask yourself questions like that? I think we all question our commitment to our blogging journey from time … Continue reading Creativity Flows When Bloggers Meet Up
In September, I had the pleasure of attending not one, but two blogging conferences in my hometown of Sacramento, California. WordCamp Sacramento 2017 focused on WordPress developers and website design, but had an entire bloggers track. This alone brought in over 200 more attendees than previous WordCamps. The International Food Bloggers Conference, aka IFBC, spent … Continue reading Four Reasons to Attend a Blogging Conference
photo by Unsplash Welcome to the launch of my page "Focus on Fitness!" Source: Focus on Fitness | Second Wind Leisure Perspectives
Another New Year’s inspirational post? Not exactly... The blogosphere is full of inspirational New Year’s posts. And why not? It’s that time of the year to dust off the good ideas you may have left behind last year and refresh them. Or not. This post is about finding new inspiration for your blog and its … Continue reading Eight Simple Ideas to Inspire Your Blogging
I am honored to be a guest author on DG Kaye's Guest Author Friday feature today! She is a prolific author with many books. Please visit Debby's website for the rest of the article! Originally written and published on: http://dgkayewriter.com/book-terri-webster-schrandt-blogging-photography/
I just spent a fabulous weekend at a blogger's conference in Las Vegas. I am truly inspired by the incredible bloggers who are published authors or are living their dreams through their online businesses. I share this post from a year ago as a testament to writing personal essays using our deepest emotions to tell a … Continue reading I Lost My Oreo
When walking, do you ever look down? Most of us look ahead to see where we are going, especially if we are sight-seeing. On a recent trip in San Diego, we strolled along Crystal Pier in Pacific Beach. Something sea-green caught my eye as I looked down through the gaps in the planking, and saw this … Continue reading What Lies Beneath the Gap?
Imagine my excitement when Hugh Roberts asked me to write a guest post and be his featured blogger for March. I stand in very good company with previous guest bloggers whom I have followed because of the nature of the content they share. If you've been a reader of Hugh’s blog long enough, not only … Continue reading How Writing Built My Blog
In an earlier post, I shared some blogging tips for running a successful blog in celebration of reaching 500 followers. In this post, I would like to discuss the use of images on your blog and in your blog posts. Tip 1: Use photos and images on your blog page or website. When I visit other blogs, … Continue reading How To Get 500+ Followers: 3 Reasons to Use Images on Your Blog
Day three of Writing 101 asked us to write about three of the most important songs in our lives and why they are meaningful. Now that Easter has just passed, a song that holds deep meaning for me is “In Christ Alone.” Although strong in my Christian faith, I still fall short every day. Too … Continue reading I’ve Got the Music In Me