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I know that some of you have thanked me recently for giving you more of our life, and really, thankyou, because this feels like a two-way street. I give you more of what you want to see, and in return, I feel listened to. Isn't the WordPress community amazing? But today, today is one of … Continue reading Ramble: Screaming Into The Void
Hey Twisties, Following the popularity of my last "What's Up, WordPress?" ramble, I decided to stick with them from here on out. I thought it would just be something that I do and sort of forgot about given that it's not really relevant to the blog, but it keeps coming up as one our most … Continue reading What’s Up, WordPress? May 2021
Good evening lovelies, I realise that this update is ahead of our three month schedule and yet, with so much going on, it really made sense to check in a little earlier. There's so much to share with you all that we really couldn't wait until June, so let's get cracking! Things Aren't Working Out... … Continue reading Blog Update: May 2021
As a blogger, there seems to be a sort of expectation that if you blog, you will undoubtedly wind up publishing a book. You have to, right? Everyone has a story to share, everyone has something to sell. Well yes, maybe, but I've got a slightly different opinion. Let me take you back to the … Continue reading I’m Probably Never Going To Write A Book (And That’s Okay)
I can still remember the day that email came in; a press interview! I was nervous and excited. I was nervous because I had never had a press interview before, but I was excited because of the potential that it had. The potential that it could bring for our blog. One door could open two, … Continue reading A Realist’s Guide To Success