I am someone whose doctors say that she will never be able to return to full-time work and must therefore seek disability. I have applied, even though I did not want to. Are there any bloggers here who are like me? I would like to have some discussion about this. Where can I find you?
There is a pop psychologist who used to be on television who was right on the money when he said that “You wouldn’t worry so much about what other people think of you if you realized how seldom they do.” He might still be on the air, but I wouldn’t know since I have not had a television in years. Yet it does raise an interesting question that I think people would answer candidly if allowed to do so anonymously.
My question is how you think of yourself:
If you were to die today and your last deed was to write your own orbituary, what would it say?
This is interesting as I love to know what motivates people. Reading their posts is sort of like the market research work that I used to do. People’s thought processes are endlessly fascinating.
You’ve been working hard on your blog: you put thought and effort into your About page, your site title and tagline, and you’ve even picked a funky blog name. You sweat your photography. You read and re-read your drafts to make sure they’re just so.
With over 1.4 million posts published on WordPress.com every day, how do you make sure your work stands out in the crowd? Crafting strong post titles is one way to snag reader attention, pique interest, attract followers, and earn repeat visits. Here’s a few ideas to think about as your write titles for your posts.
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Sending to self as a diabetic hosting other diabetics.
OK, you know the theory behind the diabetic diet and eating healthy. So, what do you do when you have a diabetic guest coming over?
Here are some quick and easy tips for Cooking for Diabetic Guests!
What to Cook?
- Make at least one dish with vegetables. It could be the main dish, a side dish, a salad, or just some roasted vegetables. Just avoid the starchy veggies (potato, yam, etc) for this dish.
- Make at least one dish with a healthy protein. It helps to know what your guest can eat in terms of protein and of course, it also depends on what you can cook with! If you are unsure of their requirements, try to include a variety of sources.
- Choose good carbs – whole grains or whole grain flours or vegetables. You could serve sweet potatoes, cauliflower “rice”, brown rice, quinoa, whole-wheat rotis, mixed grain…
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I don’t actually expect to get readers here. I am actually here to look for blogs written by others so that I can read. I am greedy when it comes to getting information. However, I have noticed the spot that says that advertising may appear upon what we have written. Does anyone writing here have any choice about what this advertising content may be? I don’t think that it will affect me personally as a writer, but I do think that the principle of the thing is important.