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10 Sacrifices Made To Travel The World

No matter what your dream, making it happen will always take sacrifice. Saving money takes sacrifice. Traveling the world takes sacrifice. Everyone is blogging about the......
  • Megan Claire
    Megan Claire 15 hours ago
    Thanks Michael! Its a harsh reality we've all faced at some point - the hardest part is realizing the world doesn't stop revolving at home just because we've left it! I appreciate all of the friendships I've held in the past - I like to think some are only meant to be in our lives for a short period of time, and others will last a lifetime.
  • Michael Melville
    Michael Melville 17 hours ago
    Great post!. Thinking about the relationships section I remember when i moved to Portland Oregon in my early 20's from Michigan and lived a few other places and after Oregon. When i moved back to Michigan a few years later all the friends I had before I moved I had little in common with and they had little in common with me. It taught me a valuable lesson in keeping my close friend at a minimum (to avoid issues) and to make sure I stay in contact.
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    How to Avoid "Dead" #Triberr Tribes and Easily Manage Yours: The Missing Manual

    This post is pretty much the Triberr user manual which desperately needs to be written and I often see asked for! Triberr is the best blog traffic and network booster I......
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  • Jenny Hansen
    Jenny Hansen 3 minutes ago
    LOL. I can't wait to read this post, Cate. I firmly believe that there are some huge benefits to Triberr, and it's up to us to stay on the good side of the fine line between sharing and spamming. :-)
  • Wendy Ewurum
    Wendy Ewurum 6 hours ago
    Thank you Kate, this is my comment which I left when I shared in several places:

    This is awesome...I have started doing most of it in the last 2 months but it was good to see that I'm on the right track.
    There were some really insightful nuggets to here that I will be implementing with immediate effect. Like having a theme for a tribe and only accepting a certain type of profile. Thank you Cate
  • Cate Russell-Cole
    Cate Russell-Cole 11 hours ago
    Thank you everyone for the great feedback!


    Tribe management is like lottery tickets, unless you turn up and buy the thing, you will never win. Reward follows action, it won't come to you.

    I would be sunk if it wasn't for Triberr.
  • Hans M Hirschi
    Hans M Hirschi 12 hours ago
    Great post. I haven't bothered to create my own tribe yet. Maybe I should. But badly managed tribes are just sad...
  • Greta Boris
    Greta Boris 15 hours ago
    This is a wonderful and convicting post. I'm going straight to my tribes page and culling!
  • Bruce Sallan
    Bruce Sallan 16 hours ago
    I've become FAR TOO LAZY at managing my own tribe and joining and seeking new ones. Triberr was so awesome for me when I joined soon after it began. Now, less than 5% of my tribe-mates tweet out my material - it's really sad because if more of them did, the aggregation would truly be AWESOME!
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    Found: An 8th Continent in the Pacific Ocean! #SecretContinent

    SodaStream has unearthed the 8th continent! It’s actually known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. A floating island of waste that’s twice the size of Texas –......
  • Austin Iuliano
    Austin Iuliano 16 hours ago
    Great Idea! It is about time we step up to the plate and do something about garbage Island!
  • Bruce Sallan
    Bruce Sallan 16 hours ago
    This is ever-so-frightening. The video from TED is completely horrifying!
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    5 Good Reasons Why You Should Encourage Blog Comments

      Right from the start I am sure some of you guessed why I am writing this post… For those of you who didn't though, you have probably heard about Copyblogger. They......
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  • Avi Jit (skyhitblog)
    Avi Jit... 9 hours ago
    I believe that we should encourage comments so that we can know our reader's views. Again engagement is really a big factor of a blog and if there's no engagement on a blog the blog looks dead.
  • Daniel Sharkov
    Daniel Sharkov 10 hours ago
    That is exactly my idea Andrew. Comments are one of the hardest "assets" to get as a blogger, because they take far more dedication than a simple share.

    Hey Lynn, that's a good point right there - you own your blog and you have full control over what happens with its content, while social networks could easily make changes not entirely with the users' welfare in mind.

    Ryan - great summary man, that's how I see it as well. And even if you have that monstrous following, I see comments as valuable resource for the reders themselves, resulting in them spending more time on the blog.
  • Ryan Biddulph
    Ryan Biddulph 11 hours ago
    Unless you run an authority blog with monstrous following it's suicide to close comments Daniel. You need reader's voices to be heard, to do this blogging thing right. All great reasons!
  • Lynn Abate-Johnson
    Lynn Abate-Johnson 12 hours ago
    Hi Daniel,
    I like this post because you give some solid and very easy to understand reasons for engaging on the blog, a property you actually own, as opposed to those channels you do NOT own.
    As a Social Business Professional (Agency), I can see both sides and your rationale makes perfect sense.
  • Andrew Healey
    Andrew Healey 21 hours ago
    I agree, Daniel, comments are valuable. And they are often hard to come by. To me, one of the most powerful elements of content marketing is engagement and comments facilitate this.
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    10 Healthy Moroccan Salad Recipes You Should Try

    Exotic Morocco – home to a vibrant culture and mouthwatering cuisine! Are you looking for some light salads to start your lunch or dinner? Then try Moroccan salads!......
  • A.D. Upchurch
    A.D. Upchurch 17 hours ago
    Oh yesss! I love creative salads, especially making them for others.
  • Gina Valley
    Gina Valley 18 hours ago
    These all sound so yummy!
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    David Menashe and The Priority List

    David Menasche , author of  The Priority List: A Teacher's Final Quest to Discover Life's Greatest Lessons, didn't sit at home when he was diagnosed with brain cancer.......
  • Vicki Davis
    Vicki Davis 1 day ago
    Thanks Starr. I appreciate that so much.
  • Starr Sackstein
    Starr Sackstein 1 day ago
    Love your posts lately... thanks for sharing
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    Hot Shrimp Artichoke Dip

    It was my turn to host book club, so I combed through my recipes for new appetizers and sweets to test out on my friends. They have adventurous palates, unlike the......
  • Christiane Potts
    Christiane Potts 1 day ago
    That looks delicious! Stumbled.
  • Diane Capri
    Diane Capri 1 day ago
    This is sinful! But great!
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    How to set up your online store to accept Bitcoin

    Anyone can sell products online and take credit card payments but can you do that and take Bitcoin payments and have those payments converted into cash? YES! What......
  • Meetu Singhal
    Meetu Singhal 1 hour ago
    Michael, I believe bitcoin is more prevalent in Japan as compared to the US . right ?
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    How to set up your online store to accept Bitcoin

    Anyone can sell products online and take credit card payments but can you do that and take Bitcoin payments and have those payments converted into cash? YES! What......
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    Birdie's Nest--Escape to 1890s Waco, Texas--A Time Travel

                “Why Birdie, where’ve you been hiding all that… bounty?” Sergeant Ted Weaver, Birdie’s co-worker, whipped off his Stetson and laid......
  • Linda LaRoque
    Linda LaRoque 18 hours ago
    Hi Adrienne,
    So glad you liked the excerpt. Do you mean Texas Education Agency's media relations? Did you live in Austin at the time?

    Gotta love those westerns. Thank you and yours also.

    Hugs back!
  • Adrienne deWolfe
    Adrienne deWolfe 1 day ago
    Loved the excerpt, Linda! I used to work ing TEA's media relations department! Now I'm writing westerns, too! Hope this one does well for you. Hugs!
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    What if Big Brands Told the Truth?

    Do you find yourself constantly scouring WebMD for every little symptom that ails you? Are you getting tired of those unwarranted emails from......
  • Kayelle Allen
    Kayelle Allen 20 hours ago
    These are good. Thanks for sharing.
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    Bea Reviews Witness in Death by J.D. Robb

    BEA'S BOOK NOOK "I can't imagine a man really enjoying a book and reading it only once." C. S. Lewis “If one cannot enjoy reading a book over and over again,......
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  • Anise Smith
    Anise Smith 5 hours ago
    I have been reading this series since Naked in Death but I am still as addicted as I was back then. I missed a few books while I was in grad school but I have hopes of catching up one day. Thank you for the review.
  • Kayelle Allen
    Kayelle Allen 15 hours ago
    I''m re-reading one of them now. Love her books.
  • Bea's Book Nook
    Bea's Book... 2 days ago
    I haven't read in order but I have re-read them. They are very good. :)
  • Deena Rae
    Deena Rae 2 days ago
    I love reading the 'In Death' series. Frequently I will go back and start from the very beginning, re-reading all of them. They are THAT good.
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    How to block countries that hack or spam your WP website

    Today I found a cool WordPress plugin that allows you to block countries that are a problem in that they try to hack your website a lot or they spam your online forms.......
  • Ryan Biddulph
    Ryan Biddulph 2 days ago
    Peter, smart share ;) You save serious time and energy by being smart about the blocking. Use plug ins. Make your life easier. Thanks!
  • @ywnh
    @ywnh 2 days ago
    How long have you been using this plug in? Sounds like a good idea and want to learn more. Please share an update when you can.
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    Motivational Monday #4

    After 2 weeks off work and realising that I infact only have a mere 3 months left until I head off to India and my indefinite travels begin, going back to work this week......
  • Sarah Shaw
    Sarah Shaw 2 days ago
    I'm there for a month, then moving off to Nepal for a month and then I have 2 months in Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam before heading off to Australia for a year. :)
  • Pamela Morse
    Pamela Morse 2 days ago
    These are all excellent reasons to travel. India will be a giant trip. How long will you stay?
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    Monday's Affirmation

    Love is a universal language and more importantly a Universal energy. There can be nothing without love. You can try to argue that statement but it’s......
  • Amy
    Amy 2 days ago
    Thanks Nathan, glad you enjoyed it!
  • Nathan Jay
    Nathan Jay 2 days ago
    Good things to practice!
  • Nathan Jay
    Nathan Jay 2 days ago
    Good things to practice. Nice!
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