This is rather short notice but having said that, if you go with this idea, it should take only a couple of minutes to respond.
I often feel sad that I am letting some of you down because I don’t have enough time in the day to read every blog post that lands in my inbox. Such a pity because there is so much to learn.
For a while, I’ve been thinking about ways to overcome this but I have to accept that I simply can’t read every post that comes my way. So, here’s a plan . . .
If you send me three of your own blog posts consisting of header, a few enticing words with each and the link to the original, I will post them on a monthly digest on the last day of the month. Yes, as I said, rather short notice this month but it shouldn’t take long.
This could be the start of something wonderful for all of us. If it works, I will blog a reminder post close to the end of each month and publish our digest on the last day.
Hope you have a great day.
4 thoughts on “This was January Blogged”
I find it hard to read everyone’s posts too Steve. I just do what I can. I hope you are feeling better. 🌼
Hi Brigid, Yes thanks, recovering well and enjoying (really, it’s true) physio.Hope you are well too. I like your flower, I will have to find something appropriate 🙂 S
I’m not just time short at the moment, Steve, I’m time starved! If I get around to writing my own blogs again (rather than re-blogging someone else’s or reviewing someone’s book) I would love this idea;it’s very generous of you. I’ll keep this in mind, thank you. One day…one day…
Glad to see you around and about and, as above, enjoying the physio!
Hi Judith, How’s hubby? Hope he’s recovering well. Loads I could say about time from a mystical point of view but I won’t… don’t want to get into trouble. However, try this mantra, just repeat it in your mind as often as possible. “I am a timeless, creative being.” Let me know if you notice any changes. Oh dear, I sound like a doctor! Take care, S.