June 2018 Blogging Bliss Newsletter - the Unofficial Newsletter for Blogging on WDC
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Publisher/Editor-in-Chief: Wordsmitty ✍️
Editor: Fivesixer's Xmas In Hollis
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2. Featured Topic
3. Editor's Picks
5. Blogging News
6. Blog Events
7. Special Item
This Month's Editor: Wordsmitty ✍️
A late Hi to all readers. I hope you haven't gone into withdrawal by this being a wee bit late getting out. If so, please post something about your experience in your blog rather than send me an email. But feel free to post any experiences or other suggestions over in the "Blogging Bliss Newsletter Forum" .
A very timely Feature this month. You should enjoy it. Don't forget to read it.
Also, don't forget to check out all the Editor's Picks and the new and restrted blogs. Make sure to let them know you read them by giving them a Like or comment. And if you want to publicize your blog entry, there's always "The Blog Board" .
Keep on Bloggin'!
June has 32 days, right?
by Wordsmitty ✍️
Forgetfulness. Now there's a blog topic we can all get into. Bloggers are always looking for inspiration to write or procrastinate. What better excuse topic is there to cover both? When you're finding it hard to allocate blame, Bingo. There's the old noodle blip.
Old or young, sometimes things just slip through the cracks. You get too busy, or too tired, or too distracted to even check the to do list until tomorrow which seems to always be the day after today. But blogs understand that even if your conscience won't. We'll give guilt blogging a go in a future article.
Now I'm sure that your muse had nothing to do with it. They never do unless you're getting an award or something. They do have selective memory or, at least, selective interpretation of writing events. I think they hang out with ego a lot. Not that they ignore compassion or adventure. It's just that they skip the memory files occasionally, too. Dusty dim area of the past. Muses are all for the future.
Speaking of the future, forgetfulness would be a thing of the past if we could see and control the future better. Think of it. If you knew the future, you'd see that you did remember everything, so that it would be corrected and you wouldn't have forgotten! Of course, if you forget to check the future, ... Maybe little more work is needed on that time machine.
Time is really the cause. It can go by too fast, and you can't stop it, so it looks like you forgot. Slow it down, and you'll probably remember. And if you remember in time, you haven't forgotten.
That brings up the real issue here, remembering. If you don't ever remember or someone tells you that makes you remember, than you wouldn't know you've forgotten. So, in essence, you haven't forgotten if it isn't noticed?
Great logic the above. Something we all should be using more of these days. You could probably write a whole article on it.
Blogs may be restricted to Upgraded Authors and higher. These entries may have a lower content rating than the overall blog.
"What do Lucy, June, and Donna Have in Common? Fred!" from "The Muse's Ruses" [18+] by 🎶 A Christmas Carol 🎶
"The Last Day of School Brings out the ...Beast in Us!!" from "Ink on the Page" [13+] by tah20
"Growing Together (11y, 9m, 2w, 4d old)" from "It's all about the Journey" [18+] by Just Jamie
"Because good news has a downside" from "Beautiful New World" [XGC] by Elisa the Snowman Stik
"A Cat's Life" from "MikeWrites' Blog" [E] by Soldier_Mike
"Then, she said..." from "F.R.E.D." [13+] by Jimminycritic
"Just a Thought" from "Sanguine Tenacious Tidings" [E] by Apondia
"Invalid Entry" from "Invalid Item" by Beauty4Ashes
"June 18, 2018" from "Chris' Christian Blog" [13+] by Chris Breva - Is grateful!
"Summer Solistice and Hope Chests" from "Melting Snow" [18+] by Snow Angel
We'd like to welcome the new bloggers, old bloggers starting a new blog, and bloggers restarting entries in old blogs after a break.
chicochica with blog "Somewhere in the Middle" [GC]
Irish Jon with blog "Invalid Item"
Paul D with blog "Invalid Item"
Queen Kissy Mourns with blog "Proclamations & Confessions" [GC]
Bob's HollerDaze with blog "Invalid Item"
inkwell with blog "Invalid Item"
Stargopher with blog "The One Place" [18+]
A E Willcox with blog "Multifarious Musings" [E]
Celtic SeaWolf with blog "Invalid Item"
Schnujo Ho Ho Ho! with blog "What's She Up to Now? Jody's Life Blog" [18+]
L.A. Grawitch with blog "The Bologna Blog" [18+]
StephB Keeping Warm with blog "Gemini Rising" [GC]
RobMcGee with blog "My Blog (Snappy title huh?)" [E]
trailerpark bodhisattva with blog "Confessions of a Cleaning Lady" [E]
Go check out all of them and leave a Welcome or Welcome Back.
CONGRATULATIONS to Blogging Circle of Friends Blogger of the Week:
There's always blogging things happening. Check out these:
"30-Day Blogging Challenge" by Fivesixer's Xmas In Hollis. July might be an Official month, so go over and check it out.
"Blogging Circle of Friends " by CJ Reddick. Always on. Join and get daily prompts plus chat a spell at:
"Blog City ~ Every Blogger's Paradise" by Grieving Lyn. Take up residence or just get a second home to receive blog prompts and enjoy community events. Now offering prompts seven days a week. Stop by City Hall for:
How to manage not forgetting. The obvious here is that you need to remember everything. That way nothing is forgotten.
Oh. So you're wondering how you do that. Here some ideas in no particulr order or reason:
1 Memory exercises and tricks used for names when meeting someone for the first time.
2 To do lists (I've heard lots of people do this ).
3 Auto alerts from your favorite electronic device (Annoyingly it goes off all the time for some reason ).
4 Personal (living) assistant or two (always good to have a backup ).
5 Hovering mother, mother-in-law, or nagging spouse .
WDC does have a blog reminder that's been covered before. I'd link where you can set/unset it if I hadn't forgotten where.
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Please let me, Wordsmitty ✍️ or one of the other editors listed at the top know, and you too could see your byline distributed across WDC.
Do you have a question or a topic about blogging? We'd like to hear your feedback and comments on our newsletter. It's very important to us to know what you think. Plus you may get your blog featured in a future newsletter.
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WE HOPE YOU ENJOYED THIS MONTH'S ISSUE.
We thank you for your readership and we'll see you next month.
UNTIL THEN, HAPPY BLOGGING!
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