How To Transform A Blog Post In 5 Easy Steps

Blog posts are like butterflies. Butterflies are not very pretty when they start off. They don't travel well. They're not even beneficial. As any......
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  • Thad Puckett
    Thad Puckett 2 days ago
    That's a very well made point. Editing is critical for effective blogging.
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  • Thad Puckett
    Thad Puckett 2 days ago
    Well said.
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  • Dustin W. Stout
    Dustin W. Stout 2 days ago
    Love this Thomas!
  • Jennifer G. Hanford
    Jennifer G. Hanford 2 days ago
    What a beautiful (and oh, so perfect) analogy about blog posts. I sometimes think of mine, especially the earlier ones, as "ugly ducklings," and hope they'll eventually become beautiful swans. Maybe some day! :)
  • Paula Gregorowicz
    Paula Gregorowicz 3 days ago
    "Think of the children" Re: you're and your... I love it. Had to tweet this.
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    How I turned #travel into a paying gig all with a little #LinkedIn stalking... Listen on the A Broad, Abroad #podcast

    Friends! I’M ON ITUNES. And thankfully, for you, I’m not singing. I recently had the pleasure of chatting with my friend Mariza during an episode......
  • Claudia Tavani
    Claudia Tavani 1 day ago
    I suspected, but - shame on me - didn't remember the name! :) I have a similar picture actually!!
  • Jessica Janoski
    Jessica Janoski 1 day ago
    Claudia, this was actually from Bolivia in the Eduardo Avaroa Natl Park near Uyuni and the salt flats... It's very similar to Atacama though!!
  • Claudia Tavani
    Claudia Tavani 2 days ago
    Did you take the front picture at the geysers near Atacama (Tatio)?
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    "How to Free the Beast Inside: The Therapeutic Benefits of Writing"

    Writing helps Perspective   Writing is a way to help us keep things in perspective. When we write, we have only our internal critic to deal with. Whether journaling for......
  • Julian Sirian
    Julian Sirian 2 days ago
    I have heard that journel writing is therapeutic...my only issue is how long do you write for, and any best tips to avoid cramp?

    PS thanks for posting;-)
  • Linda S Fitzgerald
    Linda S Fitzgerald 3 days ago
    Used this approach many times as a professional therapist. Especially freeing exercise for women who had been abused in some way. As always Martina - thanks for your wisdom! Linda
  • Bridget McNulty
    Bridget McNulty 4 days ago
    Inspiring post, Martina. It makes me think of how Toni Morrison's work does most of these things (remembering-as-healing in particular)
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    Beach Bumming in Los Angeles

    I spent a week hanging out with friends in LA. LA is the ultimate lala land, where everything is so glamourous and chick and artificial. I love LA. I go there every......
  • Barb @ Jet-Settera
    Barb @ Jet-Settera 1 day ago
    Thanks for the comment. :-)
  • Julian Sirian
    Julian Sirian 2 days ago
    Good photos…not slightly jealous at all;-)

    Thanks for posting
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    Free #Avengers Age of Ultron Printable Coloring Pages - #AgeofUltron #Movies

    Welcome to Two Kids and a Coupon!  We're glad you stopped by we hope that you'll come back again. I'm Kim a working mom of 2 kids (probably guessed that by the name......
  • Kim R
    Kim R 2 days ago
    Thanks Olivia! Be sure to check us out on Pinterest. I have a whole board w/ hundreds of kids favorite coloring pages.
  • Olivia Douglass
    Olivia Douglass 2 days ago
    Thanks for sharing, I love coloring pages!
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    Outward Bound Costa Rica - A Different Type of Adventure Program

    We've always known that Costa Rica is one of the top adventure destinations in the world, you can find all kinds of adventure perfect for every traveler whether they......
  • Mytanfeet
    Mytanfeet 1 day ago
    John - they actually have outward all over the world, especially in Asia. Their network is quite extensive! Jenn - thanks, it was refreshing to take a different approach to adventure than the conventional "this is fun"
  • Jenn Malka - Travel
    Jenn Malka - Travel 2 days ago
    Awesome post guys, we found Vietnam was also a great place for some adventure. We did some canyoning that was so much fun!

    Love the post :)
  • John McGowan
    John McGowan 2 days ago
    Great post! I've always planned on doing Outward Bound. Ever since hearing the stories my parents have about when they did it, it has been on my to do list. I never realized it was outside of the U.S. As well though! I'm going to have to look into this.
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    #TChat Recap: How To Turn Horrible Bosses Into Happier Relationships

    A bad boss can undermine our ability to work happy and hard. Poor communication skills, micromanaging, lack of direction, bullying — any of these characteristics can......
  • Meghan M. Biro
    Meghan M. Biro 2 days ago
    Glad you enjoyed! Thanks for tuning in :-)
  • AspirantSG
    AspirantSG 3 days ago
    Awesome post, really enjoyed reading it :)
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  • AspirantSG
    AspirantSG 3 days ago
    Awesome Post!
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    Mastering Words: Ways to Evolve as a Writer

    Each day, we seek to put our best foot forward. We shower, dress for the day’s activities, style our hair. We plan, organize, gather our things, and check the......
  • Sue Coletta
    Sue Coletta 9 hours ago
    This is the post where I first found your resource page. Sorry, I commented on the wrong post.
  • Angela Ackerman
    Angela Ackerman 3 days ago
    That is a really great analogy, Bridget. You nailed it!
  • Bridget McNulty
    Bridget McNulty 4 days ago
    Great writing style as always, Angela. Couldn't agree more on the necessity of learning. If you think of the great actors (e.g. Daniel Day Lewis), they are extremely method in learning the psychological worlds of their characters. And writers are similarly a little like ventriloquists for characters and other people's stories.
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    Super self confidence

      5 Tips for Super self confidence I am in a very fortunate position in that I meet a lot of clients from different walks of life with many varying stories. I am......
  • UNWRAPPING ROMANCE
    UNWRAPPING ROMANCE 1 day ago
    As always, Mandy, great advice. Thank you. xo
  • Julian Sirian
    Julian Sirian 2 days ago
    Great post, and I also believe that self-confidence comes from healthy self-esteem. If you increase your self-esteem, you increase your self-confidence, but you do need to study yourself to do that (at least initially). Thanks for posting
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    Join the Blog Post Stockpile Challenge

    One of the blogging goals that keeps eluding me is to build a stockpile of blog posts to pull from when my schedule gets out of whack. I seem to barely have enough time......
  • Christy
    Christy 1 day ago
    Wow Heather your amazing. I don't have that many prescheduled or written. It probably comes in super handy with a newborn.
  • Corinne Schmitt
    Corinne Schmitt 3 days ago
    Heather, that is amazing! If you have any tips posted, I'd love to share a link to them with the challenge participants.
  • Heather Johnson
    Heather Johnson 3 days ago
    I currently have 148 posts scheduled. I like to keep ahead :)
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    How to Sleep in an Airport

    The blaring lights burned my retinas, making me feel like I was at a hospital. I shivered, digging my hands into my armpits for warmth. My teeth chattered softly against......
  • Monica Gray
    Monica Gray 1 day ago
    Thank you, Claudia! Haha! Those journeys, while tough, always make for some good stories. :D
  • Claudia Tavani
    Claudia Tavani 2 days ago
    Ha! Interesting read. I have just published a guest post for Flights and Frustration, where I rant about my 48 hours journey back home. Good to share yours!
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    Teddy the Dog: Gifts for Dog Moms!

    Mother’s Day is right around the corner on May 10 and today I’m talking about one of the items that is on my wish list. Got that, Luna? I first stumbled across Teddy......
  • Beagles and Bargains
    Beagles and... 3 days ago
    If you click the links in the post, it will take you to their website.
  • De Hufford
    De Hufford 3 days ago
    I love the shirts! I don't see a website address. I might be blind. Should I look them up online?
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  • De Hufford
    De Hufford 3 days ago
    Love the shirts!
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    Friday's Affirmation

    While speaking with one of my clients the other day we got to talking about how you travel through life maintaining your inner strength and your inner peace. In reality......
  • neetika
    neetika 2 days ago
    Super post. I believe that there is a higher power, who steps in once you have exercised your free will. I read a book called the 'Power of Intention' which talks about how the first step to achieving anything is to have a clear intention of moving in that direction. Then we need to take regular action while the higher power takes over the 'how's'.
  • Julian Sirian
    Julian Sirian 2 days ago
    Great post, and I agree that once you believe you have a higher power working for you, peace of mind comes almost naturally. Thanks for posting
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    Thursday's Affirmation

    Life in all it’s glory is very unpredictable. But let me ask you something? Would you really want it to be predictable? I mean honestly – would you WANT to wake up......
  • Amy
    Amy 3 days ago
    Thank you so much!! I'm so happy it served you in an authentic way.
  • Brown
    Brown 3 days ago
    Yes, change must happen. If we want a better life, different outcomes then change must happen. Thank you for your honest post and I like the language..hahaha. So awesome. Thanks again, Amy.
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    A Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Romance

    Julie Andrews, our favourite nanny and step-mother,  was born in Surrey, England on October 1, 1935. Her parents were both vaudeville entertainers and Julie entered......
  • Sharon McGregor
    Sharon McGregor 2 days ago
    Thanks Jina. I've always loved her too. She has so much class.
  • Jina Bacarr
    Jina Bacarr 2 days ago
    A charming post...and brings a new light to one of my favorites, Julie Andrews.
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