I can’t seem to skip out on posting three times (and, sometimes more) a week! Much of what I put into the blogosphere is a part of my “bigger” story. A story that must be told! 🙂 There are a … Continue Reading Blogging As A Labor Of Love / Approaching 300 Posts
I retired the old one in favor of this one… “Mental Health Poetry / Posts That Help Myself And Others” —Mio
I was just thinking about this, as I was perusing the featured posts on my web site. What makes me uniquely me? I guess it has a lot to do with my experiences, but also (as it pertains to my … Continue Reading What Makes You Uniquely You?
Beginning tomorrow, I will be posting twice weekly, on Monday’s and Friday’s at 8:30 AM CST. I am trying to find a better balance with what I am presently capable of doing while also managing my illness, and this looks … Continue Reading I Am Now Posting Twice Weekly (On Monday’s And Friday’s at 8:30 AM CST)
As the title says, I hit 100 followers on WordPress (yay)! But, what does the 230 followers overall mean? I … Continue Reading 100 Followers On WordPress, But 230 Followers Overall?
The list: 1. That it’s difficult to keep track of all of my followers, but it’s necessary to do. 2. That some people read quite a bit of my blog, when a particular topic catches their attention. 3. That some … Continue Reading 21 Things I’ve Learned In 10 Weeks Of Blogging
It most certainly does—and, I take pride in it! I can be feeling all sorts of “messed up,” and writing it out, changes much of that (if only temporary at times)—it does the trick! Much of what I deal with … Continue Reading Writing Grounds Me
To all 71 followers, who have commented 258 times on 120 posts… THANK YOU!!!
All I really feel like doing right now is blogging. Like every other hobby I involve myself in, it takes me a lot of time to get things right. Don’t get me wrong, it takes time for everyone, but it … Continue Reading The Time It Takes For Me To Make Something Good (Or Even Decent)
It’s located here: mentallyillinamerica.family.blog/about/mission-statement/ I hope that I can make it happen! 🙂