Hi! I don’t think there’s any reason to be shy.
People let go pretty easy, especially among businesses like websites and billboards for visitors on WordPress. I remember when the fantastic Beauty Beyond Bones blog was discussing the ill-fated Fyre festival that was documented in a couple of different movies, including one on Netflix.
Beauty Beyond Bones is the greatest.
The summer this year has been made more than a little difficult, as you know. I didn’t have an opportunity to make any kind of heroic effort of going anywhere, myself, last month, but what was exorbitantly cool was John Boyega in Hyde Park, in London in the UK. The TV news reporting what he said moved many writers–John Boyega has an impressive film credit, Imperial Dreams, that is about having been apprehended by police and about wanting to write.
(Of course, he’s an actor in the Star Wars Sequel Trilogy. John Boyega’s the Rebel hero, Finn.)
Maybe the world in 2020 doesn’t know where it wants to stop. A few days into June I lucked out, with the fun chance to “read” a film challenge written by three Twitters, and a week in, I began the challenge, intending to start watching a film each day, for the rest of the month, a little fun. I will try not to make any of the days a Star Wars movie if it can be helped.
I am including the challenge in this post, and if you don’t want to start now two weeks into June, you can wait until July if you like.
I saw that Ms. Satta Sarmah Hightower wrote How to Write More: 5 Techniques to Boost Your Output. Just write, Ms. Hightower asserts https://wordpress.com/go/content-blogging/how-to-write-more-5-techniques-to-boost-your-output/ This next section is where a new table of contents starts.
Surely, it does not usually work that way, but I will dive in a bit and Botox wherever the five-year plan has got inefficient.
New Wrinkles: ten years older than you were
The Name’s The Thing: findingenvirons
Verbal Confirmation: Assigning a Speech Label
These posts began with WordPress prompts. Actually, that same Ms. Hightower has in her essay similar advice.
Narrowing My Blog’s Focus I wanted then to go from just starting out, to having something a bit meaningful. I took part in writing exercises to make a strategy, but I don’t want to get into that.
I am presenting here quite a few old posts that may draw a few visitors. I think I am presenting over thirty-five posts below. They were all intended to be free.
Lofty Ambitions are Nothing But Daunting, At the Start https://findingenvirons1.blog/2016/11/13/lofty-ambitions-are-nothing-but-daunting-at-the-start/
It’s the beginning of the New and the Time is Noted
Photo Challenge Entry, Ambience at Our Quiet Church
The Heritage of Louth United Church in St. Catharines and Maple Lawn Cemetery
I thought I would make notes about my work. After ten years, I have considered whether I should withdraw, although the time I would be abandoning is a tough thing to turn my back on. My mother has also asked me not to quit.
What Might Have Been Adventure Can Show the Rust
Thinking I Have Been Misguided [?mis’gid?d]
What Will Trends Be Like in 100 Years?
Content is cheap, no doubt, and while possibly only possibly mass-produced reading/viewing material, media companies inundate their readers with it. It’s a lot of work if that’s your hustle, but I would think nice work if you can get it. “We are really excited to announce a ton more Content coming your way this fall!”
I did learn about content avenues available, but I have nothing doing.
#version These next posts are more of what I’ve enjoyed putting up here.
Devising Content that Stands Out from the Crowd
Whether Sincere or Can We Challenge Ourselves
Attack of the Video Content
But Not to Automate Ad Nauseum
Twitter Refreshing How the Platform Looks and Making it Easier https://www.adweek.com/digital/twitter-is-refreshing-how-the-platform-looks-and-making-it-easier-for-people-to-use/
Best to Sell Your Elevator Pitch
Be That You Would Rather Risk Temporary Shelf Life
May 30 Weekly Photo Challenge: All-Time Favourites https://findingenvirons1.blog/2018/06/02/may-30-weekly-photo-challenge-all-time-favorites/
A New Challenge: Blogging Photos and Miscellanea
10 Guidelines for Charitable Giving Facilitated by the Government
Showing Photos Past the End of the Challenges
Pausing to read The 4-Hour Work Week
Secret Tip My favourite advice that Tim Ferriss provides in his book The Four Hour Work Week is the guideline to check your email twice a day, once at noon, and once at four in the afternoon. The reason is, if you are operating in the EST zone, at noon the west coast is just at nine o’clock, the United Kingdom is calling it quits at five and Australia has folded its last call. At four the same principle of time is true: the afternoon’s work is beginning on the west coast, the United Kingdom has comfortably already had dinner and Australia is looking forward to the start of the next day.
Join In The Fun! Join In The August 2018 Tea Party! https://thelittlemermaid09.wordpress.com/
I was perchance one day in 2018 reading the Beauty Beyond Bones blog and a second blogger saw that I had a decent comment going, who was The Little Mermaid, getting bloggers going on writing in a tea party.
Mermaid’s August 2018 WordPress Tea Party
Mermaid’s October 2018 WordPress Tea Party
Mermaid’s November 2018 WordPress Tea Party
The Sunshine Blogger Award –I received the friendly notice of a nice Sunshine Blogger Award. It is just something passed around, to establish some friendly interaction.
Resolution for 2019 https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2018/12/30/resolutions/
Star Wars Celebration on YouTube: Where’d You Go? Chicago https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPIyVPlwBL4
A reference to this post became my pinned tweet on Twitter. I was thinking then more frankly how and what I meant, and about a question that Robert Persig put forth in his 1973 novel Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: What is quality?
The late but certainly talented musician Lou Reed put it another way: What’s good?
I wasn’t sure I knew. Okay, I published all kinds of compositions. 🙂
A Rock Musician’s Death
Drifting Down the Inclination to Abnormal https://findingenvirons1.blog/2019/08/29/drifting-down-the-inclination-to-abnormal/
Why Our World Would End If A Daft Misconception Disappeared
Take Steps to Infuse Life With The Ingredient of Maturity
Impressions of Edits on TikTok, the Force Notwithstanding https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AM1Vi-JZAFQ
The Less Flummoxed Companionship of the Child’s Imagination, Echoed in Dreams
Secret Tip #2 #lifelesson A Monkey on Your Back
My father took an uncharacteristic interest, in a story that I think he meant to assist me by. I wrote a post given what the story was, but it did certainly weigh on me. What had he meant?
It’s about bearing a monkey on your back.
A Difficult St. Patrick’s Day
By now, with the lockdown, no matter what, these days would be difficult. That didn’t mean I wouldn’t want you to think I had broken communications with you. I have a little left to say today.
Why Holden Caulfield Thinks Social Media Jobs are Phony https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/innovations/post/why-holden-caulfield-would-probably-think-the-internets-full-of-phonies-too/2013/01/22/5304c13e-63d9-11e2-889b-f23c246aa446_blog.html
The 19 Best Resources for Feeling Less Like Facebook is an Empty Hq
I am beginning to wrap up the better ideas I put together, and this, I think, is good. I saw that WordPress, in April, reopened its Discover challenges.
A few WordPress bloggers wrote for every day of April in an atmosphere of daily sweat and tears. I don’t want to be trouble for those individuals, but I came up with a culmination the start of June that was a fresh page:
For Critical Thinking and an Equivalent, Creativity
I appreciate the freedom to do all this. It hasn’t been efficient at generating leads for my dad’s business or anything like that.
When someone does follow the dots, and takes an interest in the last ten years, first, I buy a lottery ticket (j/k), and then I start to wonder if they got on our site here:
That’s the website for my parents’ business, which we’ve been operating with the help of my Uncle Dave. That about wraps up everything I wanted to say, after five weeks now, but it’s the meat and potatoes. Oh, and what was I saying?
Here are some additional contact links if you require me for any reason.
I think that’s alright. That’s the blog, then, in fourteen hundred words.My dad’s business is on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/LouthUnited