WWOW: Blogging for the Self, Soul and Spirit

I had such a blessed Fun day yesterday and I kept thinking of things I wanted to share with my blogging Community. I read so many interesting Blogs as I prepared for a short sleep session and also the prompt to write about the first word of the day. Well, Well, Well, The first word was Happy and the second one was Blessed. I also realized that I needed to write as if my self, soul and spirit depended on it . I share a Happy picture to give this one a WyWrap for this wellness treatment and trip




The Memphis Street Lights And Morning Skies

I had a fabulous Saturday as I started my day with a trip to the Airport as Family Blends and Friends took off for a cruise


My Husband  started to talk about the lines in the sky with one of those “Why Wy” questions so I am now asking the question, “Why the lines in the sky? It also gives me an opportunity to do a #Photo101 and #Blogging201  while seeking answers for my Journal entry into “Skies of My Sixties.”

Family Blend and Friends: Change and Choice!

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Oil, Meet Water.” Today I am thinking about my relationship with a Family Blend who I sometimes find my self in awe of her attitude of WIIFM. The latest event of  this was when she called me to say she did not like finding out about family affairs on social media . She ranted on the phone about how we did not act like family and I just did  my listening trance for 10 minutes and said goodnight. Sometimes good night is all you can say so that you can handle the change and choice that family chaos brings before us. This is my “Spirit, The Encourager and Grace in the Woods”  for today as I as  make new decisions and choices for the changes that will come when oil and water meets today.IMG_0050

Blogging 201 Assignments

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Blogging University - Blogging 201

Copying and pasting the course outline and class hyperlinks helps me get a better handle on the material (or maybe I’m just avoiding doing the work). Today’s assignment was to analyze our blog’s statistics to create a thirty-day editorial calendar. I’ve poked around my statistics, but haven’t gained significant insights or come up with an editorial plan yet. Maybe I’ll write some sort of post regarding them. Writing helps me to think.

Today I replaced many high resolution images with smaller lower resolution files. Hopefully I didn’t mess up Pinterest links to my blog. Actually, I probably did break a bunch of links, since I replaced many png files with jpg files. At least I started getting a handle on how to use PaintShop Pro (it’s a very complicated program).


Setting Goals
Auditing Your Brand
Getting Read All Over
Giving ‘Em What They Want, I
Driving Traffic to Your Archives

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Blogging 101: Switching Sites While In The Air!

I am working to build up a site I started 2 years ago within my main blog and would like to use it in #Blogging101 Book reviews. I would ask for help with this because one of my goals is to increase readers to this site. Do you all have any suggestions? http://www.wysjoyfulcompany.wordpress.comwpid-img_958505739540.jpeg

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