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March 16, 2018

Experts say, you are more likely to get where you’re going if you know what you want to achieve. I’m taking a course that asks participants to set three concrete goals for their website/blogs. It’s called branding and everyone in business knows exactly what that means, even when it seems an impossible target to hit…. Read More ›

Katie M. Reid

Review: Made Like Martha

Is your worth tied up in your work? Do you believe productivity and performance will bring you happy-ever-after and the recognition and appreciation you deserve? Is that important to you? If so, Made Like Martha, Good News for the Woman Who Gets Things Done, by Katie M. Reid, is a book you might want to… Read More ›

The Fence

Second time around

A quick run down on some of the posts from this year you might have missed! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! American Gold Star Mothers: Becky Christmas, a Wagon Mound, N.M. woman, has been actively involved in American Gold Star Mothers Inc., for many years. Following the death of her son, Capt. Todd Tyler… Read More ›

Blog Recognition: Thanks a Bunch!

My sister blogger, Aiming Flamingo, has nominated me for the Blogger Recognition Award. Thank you so much Aiming Flamingo! Readers and followers are essential elements of the conversation that happens in the blogosphere. I very much appreciate your support. I’ve been blogging for several years, had a website, and created a web zine. It was driving… Read More ›

The right words…

You have your passion and I have mine. Allow me to put my passion for writing to work for your business or organization. Write Stuff: (The short list of writing services) Blog development and content Website content Ad development and design Facebook post management Posters Rack Cards Brochures Press Releases / Public Relations Flyers (content… Read More ›

Welcome

One Roof Publishing Digest

I’m changing my website look with the idea of making it more user friendly. Not sure I succeeded. I liked the old theme that popped up with a nice display of ten recent posts with a photo. The new theme may do that, but if so, I haven’t figured it out yet. Please let me… Read More ›

Turkey

Too Much Turkey

My first memory of Thanksgiving was the year I ate turkey three times, once at my aunt’s, (which was okay, she wasn’t much of a cook so I didn’t overeat), once at my grandmother’s, (which was unfortunate because she was a fantastic cook and I ate too much), and finally at home where I looked… Read More ›

Blogging

Change is challenging

I posted this about two years ago and – with a few updates – I think it is worth repeating. Although WordPress has been more of a challenge than I anticipated, I’m glad I switched. An important lesson I’ve learned is that you can go to You Tube and get clear instructions on how to… Read More ›

Winter Trees

Winter Trees

Winter trees have bones, some strong and straight others curved and flexible, some quite ethereal and spiderwebish resilient in most every kind of weather. Leafless, naked without their greenery yet majestic and grounding inspiring hope for tomorrow, a tomorrow filled with promise. Spring is on the way day by day. Soon winter trees will be… Read More ›

Something Different

If  you’ve never been to my site before you won’t see anything different, other than the fact I haven’t done much since my marathon poetry writing self-challenge in which I wrote a poem a day from Dec. 1 – 25. I’ve written a couple of other blogs since January 1, but that’s it. If, however,… Read More ›

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