Promote your blog

Now that you started blogging… You have gotten over fears such as

What will people think?

Can I be myself?

What if people know who I am?

Will I be accepted?

If you have gotten over these fears… you must be wondering, how can I reach more people? With over a million blogs, people have gotten creative by giving out blog awards… Not the best way to go.. if you ask me, because ultimately it gives unlimited propaganda to the person giving out the award. I like to avoid those and refuse to participate in silly awards like that.

I like to keep it real. I am in no position or authority to give any one an award. But if you leave an interesting description of your blog, I will promote you. Every Fridayish… I make a blog post with a review of  all the blogs that have made it here.

It’s as free as it gets. You blog gets a visibility of  over 1000 viewers (on a good day). Why am I doing it?  because no one else is doing it !!!!

So what’s holding you back?

Leave me an interesting note on your blog. Take your time and think about what you want people to know.

If you would like to leave a description of your blog and its URL, please feel free to do so. Also if we have things in common, I will add you to my blog roll. Just scream at me to get my attention.


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    • Hi. My blog is called “Strengthened by Grace” at I am an Elementary School Principal, but more than that a devoted Jesus follower. I am currently blogging a series of devotions from Scripture that I am writing for some women in prison that I am discipling. God’s word is rich, encouraging and able to spur us on to love and good deeds. Thanks for giving me more people’s blogs to check out that have a kindred spirit.

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  1. Thank you for the opportunity! My name is Mark Evans. I am a student, teacher, director of a summer day camp, husband and father of four. I teach 1st -12th grade, and I do morning care for my school. So I have even learned to relate to four year olds, not an easy task. I write book reviews (Theology, Christianity, Christian Fiction, Ministry, Fiction, Children), devotionals (biblical exposition), and discuss evangelism and relationships (look for my “love people more than truth” category).

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  2. Hi Prashant! great opportunity to the bloggers .. I’m Sasha ,i work as a software developer. Blogging,painting,crafting,drawing are my favourite pastimes!I love to work as a teacher in college.My blog is all about inspiration thoughts,poems, and life’s happy mantra’s! I love to motivate and help people with things in personal and professional way!Here is my blog’s link .Thanks for the opportunity to describe about myself🙂

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  3. Some of us non-techies might like that kind of support sometimes!
    Thank you!
    I love to speak about issues in a jargon-free language / simple simonish way, as far as possible; prefer to be a Jack or Jill of all trades(skills), master of none; and keep substitute teaching a diverse population (k-12), east or west, for everyone I met, has made me think more than any college. And that alone, Makes. My. Day!

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  4. Hello, this is a wonderful opportunity for bloggers. I am a DIYer….love crafting, Up Cycling, Re purposing. I purchased this home a couple of years ago, and it needs a lot of work. So I am remodeling, updating my home. Since I started this site a couple of months ago, I gave tutorials on the crafts I was doing. Listening to others, I found there are so many people wanting to do the same and asking me questions…I love it! I started giving tutorials on my progress. Counter tops, etc. My DIY blog is I hope you enjoy my blog!! Thank you!!

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  5. I would prefer not to scream, I would prefer to speak softly whenever it is possible to do so for when you speak softly and the person hears you, it is because they wanted to hear what you had to say and not because they had no choice. If you decide to promote my blog I would be honored, if you choose not to, I thank you for taking of your time to consider the thought.

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  6. It is so nice that you have opened up your blog to others.
    After two years of encouragement from a friend I finally began my blog las year. I wanted to use my blog to encourage those who are feeling discouraged. I have faced many battles both physical and emotional. This is why I chose to title my blog emotionalpeace
    It includes art, photography, my writings, Bible study lessons, devotionals, and I also enjoy reblogging other writers posts. I love reading what others have written and getting new perspectives. There are some very talented writers here. I also wanted to thank you for choosing to follow my blog.

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  7. How very generous of you! I write two blogs: A Lawyer’s Prayers on religion, politics, and social justice; and A Voice Reclaimed on abuse-related issues. Thank you, by the way, for your follow. Love the photo! Have a Merry Christmas! ❤

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  8. Hello! What a kind opportunity for bloggers. I have two blogs. One is my personal writer’s blog where I provide thoughts on inspiration, uplifting messages, or updates in the publishing world.
    My second blog is related to health promotion and wellness in children. I have a PhD in Nursing and am passionate about raising healthy kids.
    I will be sure to check in on this blog as well. Thank you! I look forward to checking in on many of the other blogs posted on this site as well!

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  9. Hi Prashant, I really appreciate this great opportunity you’re giving to bloggers.
    Ajibola is my name, I believe we are born to be happy & endowed with unlimited potentials to achieve greater goals in life. So, I post articles to inspire & motivate people to think positively so as to experience wonderful & fulfilled life.
    Here is the link to my blog:
    Thanks. 🙂

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  10. Hi, Prashant. I am a pastor and college professor, wife to one, father to seven and grandfather to five (so far). My blog is mostly a re-post of weekly columns I write for the daily newspaper in our town, where I reflect on church and culture from a biblical worldview. Thanks for your work!

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  12. Hi-

    My name is Tamira and my blog is about healthy living, beauty and self care tips. I feel that overall health is extremely important and I am here to give as much health and beauty tips as I can. Feel free to stop by my blog.

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  13. I was born in the USA and had the blessing of living 20 years in South America and Spain. It amazes me when thinking of the many experiences and yes miracles I’ve seen. You see I was a missionary, and on so many occasions the other missionaries and me had no idea how Jesus was going to work out our situation, but He did. I love sharing about how God leads us and cares for us, many times when we miss seeing His hand.

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  14. Blessings Prashant! I just happen to stumble upon your blog. What a blessing! I have found quite a few links to some very interesting and thought-provoking blogs.
    I have been blogging for about a year now. As a lighthouse aficionado, I visit, collect, and write about the inspirations I receive from these amazing beacons of hope. But these inspirations would be meaningless if they did not bring glory to the Light of the World, our Savior Jesus. You can read about some amazing lighthouse facts and their biblical applications at my Lighthouse Devotions blog.

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      • That would be awesome. Thank you so much for this opportunity! How about this–or is it too long?

        How do you react when your life is turned upside down? Join me on a journey and see how I have strengthened my faith to overcome trials and to find peace in Jesus Christ. You can go to or for more information.

        I was fearless. I had the world by the tail. I knew what I wanted and went after it. I was successful and felt good about my life. Enter Multiple Sclerosis. Enter fear.

        Fear can be defined as an emotion caused by the belief that something is dangerous, likely to cause pain, or a threat. MS has shaken up my life and has caused me to believe that it, and the accompanying symptoms, is a threat to my well being. The fear is what I struggle with the most.

        I was convinced that I couldn’t go on a recent trip around Seattle. I thought about the intense walking, the sun and heat, climbing up and down the amphibian boat we were to ride, and how fatigued I would get. I was concerned about being a burden and slow everyone down. My son lobbied hard and I decided to go. I am so, so glad I did!! It was a great day. We stopped to rest several times and of course visited a Starbucks!! The Ride the Ducks trip was awesome and lots of fun. I was definitely tired at the end of the day, but it was a wonderful reminder that I can still enjoy life, my family is here to support me, and I can “keep up with more able bodied people with a few simple adjustments; such as periodic rest periods.

        Greif can be described as a response to something that has died, I can relate my MS experience to that definition. I have definitely experienced something that has died my health, independence, fearlessness, mobility, and confidence. I have to design my day with fatigue and mobility in mind. How many errands can I run and in which order will provide the best use of my limited energy? My overall sense of well being and my sense of who I am has shifted to being someone who is now disabled. Of course, with my vast experience working with children and adults with special needs, I realize that only my mind can make me truly disabled.

        Jesus says: “I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly. (John 10:10) Paul states in Philippians 2:12 work out your own salvation with fear and trembling. I know I have been called to a life abundant. I also know that it takes a lot of fear and trembling. Does that seem contradictory? Consider my life story.

        I have heard it said that our lives are like a kaleidoscope. Each time a kaleidoscope turns there is another beautiful picture of combinations of bright colors. And at the center there has to be light, because without light, the kaleidoscope would just be dark. Jesus is the center of my kaleidoscope and my life revolves around Him. He is also a light that shines through the colors that make them beautiful. He says in John 8:12 “I am the Light of the world. He who follows me shall walk not walk in darkness, but have the light of life.

        Life takes strange, yet beautiful, twists and turns. Like each turn of the kaleidoscope. Whether it was dealing with a spouse that committed suicide, a divorce, a difficult relationship with a friend or family member, a job layoff and subsequent change or being on unemployment; my focus has always been on Jesus Christ to give me His perspective.

        I am an intelligent, capable and strong woman who has done incredible things and has an amazing life. I will continue to keep my eyes on God and His purposes for my life. I will adjust and be stronger for it.

        I am fearless because I am strong in the Lord and in the power of His might (Ephesians 6:10). I have the world by the tail because He that is in me is stronger than he that is in the world (1 John 4:4). I know what I want and go after it because I seek first His kingdom (Matthew 6:33) and I know the voice of my Shepherd. (John 10:16) I am successful and feel good about my life. Praise God!!

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  16. This is so nice of you, thank you!

    hi! my name is ni. on my blog, you’ll find a variety of things: art, diy, food, thoughts, etc. just to name a few! I started this blog and my youtube channel as a way of finding my passion. I have a wiiide range of interests, so I decided, why choose just one? I hope you check out my blog (and channel!) and find something that you like. always interested in connecting with similar bloggers. thanks so much! xo, ni.

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  18. I took up writing/rambling at the age of seven. However, I started up with this blog only a month back, not professionally but to satisfy my cores. Quixote’s Kid is something that reflects human behavior and surrealism via “theistic approach applied to sciences”. I’m sure you’ll be happy to read either of my posts because our imagination is the most powerful weapon bestowed upon us by the Almighty:
    Personification of the moon and the sun is old-school but here I present it only uniquely, in a scientific way. Until Dusk.. –
    ‘Lasting’ sexual pleasures is not actually meant for everyone to seek. Kitchen –
    Don’t let our Saviour fall scarce. –
    There are a few more literature works of mine that home the blog page; go through cautiously and you may end up answering the riddles, those questioning us of being what we are. May God bless us all alike.


  19. This is a fantastic idea! Thank you for the opportunity! My name is Tisha. I love to encourage and inspire people and make an impact in people’s lives around the world. My passion is health and wellness and finding the positive side of circumstances. My blog includes gluten-free support, homeschool, inspiration and encouragement, essential oils, natural wellness, and more. I love helping people and I my mission is to support multiple missions and charities through my fundraising business. I have six beautiful children and I homeschool. I am a mom on a mission! Thank you for visiting my blog 🙂 Blessing.

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  20. Thank you so much for doing this! It’s a wonderful way to support one another and learn about our different blogs. I have two blogs, one for my nonfiction and poetry and another for my fiction writings. I separated the blogs because my non fiction site,, is mostly a site of inspiration and hope and my fiction writing, is a bit darker. I didn’t want to scare my friends and family or make them think that I needed an intervention! In the last three years I have experienced the deaths of my mother, my father, my husband, and the man I fell in love with after my husband. I’m still here, still believing, still living, still writing! I write because I must. I share because I want to help others and because I like the attention (at least I’m honest!). If someone finds my blogs on this list and drops by, please let me know you’ve been there with a like or a comment and I will click on and read some of your work as well! Lets support each other in our creativity!

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  21. Thank you for this opportunity to share my website with you and your followers. My name is Paul. I own a classic style Mini (Mayfair) which we use to travel around the United Kingdom (UK). To date we have travelled to Scotland, Wales and a lot of England. We have had plans in the past to drive to Ireland, that has yet to happen.

    I include my hobby of Photography in these ‘tours of the UK’ taking pictures of the many beautiful things we see on our journeys. The content on the website is predominantly those photographs with which I include text from Wikipedia and links relating to the visit.

    I have written my thoughts on the places visited in the past, but not being a writer I tend to leave that to the experts.

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  23. Pete Gardner here. I have two blogs that are both Christian in nature. I do my nest to post everyday on both of these, but sometimes that does not happen. And sometimes it’s ore than once a day. I post as the Spirit leads me.

    The first is my poetry blog. Since 2010, I have been writing poems and songs for the Lord. He gives them to me at all times of day, and I do my best to get the words right. With well over 1,000 written so far, He is still speaking to me almost daily and giving me new material. I know they will bless you. These can be found at I also post poems inspired by the Daily Prompt here.

    The second blog is currently a walk through the Psalms. I am heading close to Psalm 119 as I write this, and will be doing long chapter that in 8 verse segments. This is not a bible study as much as it is my personal reflections on what the words say to me. I trust the Lord to give me insight from my 35 years in ministry, and often end up challenging myself as much as I do the reader. This can be found at, There are also occasionally some personal stories and reflections thrown in here as well.

    I would love to have you stop by my blogs!


  24. This is great . There is a lot beautiful awesome blogs out there , that they are may still unknown . ( or known we do not know them) . good thing you guys doing here . Thank you. I would be so honor to have beautiful people to visit my blog and make it their home. Come and visit me and you are always welcome , and guaranteed without encouragement you are not gonna leave my blog.

    So , why are you waiting so. Come

    love you

    Dariush Youkhaneh

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  25. My name is Jackie. I am a mother, scratch that…. a flAWSOME mother, to a feisty, beautiful, and loving little girl. My marriage fell apart in 2014 and now I’m just doing the best I can with what I have. While I am a mother first, I am also just a woman juggling a career and mental and physical baggage. I am a Geriatric Nurse, an Ostomate, and I battle with recurring anxiety and depression. This blog is a chronicle of my random thoughts and experiences – with the hope that someone reading will be inspired, laugh, or maybe even both.

    Join me in embracing confidence and peace in the presence of our flaws.

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  26. Hi, and thanks for giving us the opportunity to promote here! My blog is about my thoughts and experiences as a Lutheran student attending a Christian college… but I’m actually an atheist. Take a look at to read about what it’s like to hide such a big secret.

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  27. Thanks for the opportunity to promote my blog. I look forward to sharing my journey including my failures, frustrations and the lessons I have learned as a Christ follower, husband, father, grandfather (I know, hard to believe, me being so young) author and pastor. The older I get the more questions I have, the more questions I have, the more likely I will seek out answers rather than assuming that I have it all figured out. When you visit my blog at I hope you will end up with more questions than answers, leading you on a similar journey as you seek to understand what it is to live life following God’s plan, done God’s way, in God’s timing, with God’s chosen resources.

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  28. Hey! I’m Ket. Thank you so much for this opportunity.
    My blog is basically a platform for me to put out all my feelings and thoughts. I don’t have any specific topic for my blog. I just write what I feel. I have noticed that I love writing about love.
    I think blogging is an awesome way to understand people. You get so many opinions and that’s something I crave for.
    Do take a look at my blog and share your opinions! It matters a lot to me. Thank you so much!


  29. Wow, what a generous idea! That is a very unselfish thing to do, so thank you! First of all, I love your blog. Everything is well written and engaging!

    My blog is called Two Greek Words and is a blog on Christian Theology (the word “theology” is derived from two Greek words). I write about the deeper things of faith and have some posts on apologetics as well.

    The URL is

    May God continue to bless your work for the Kingdom!

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  30. Thank you for the opportunity to share something about my blog, . I am an amateur photographer and occasional blogger. I participate in a number of regular photo challenges on WP and FB. I run my own weekly challenge, and hope some of your followers will decide to participate. I love to travel and use my site for a trip journal on each large trip that I take.


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  33. Good morning! If you need a pick me up in your Christian walk, head on over to my blog at There you will find poems that are given by the Holy Spirt’s inspiration. I have been writing Christian poetry of over 8 years, and there are several hundred here to build you in your faith. I try to post daily on this blog.

    If you prefer looking at Scripture, then head on over to my other blog at where currently I am in the middle of a Psalms study. This is a different kind of study in that I share my thoughts and reflections on the verses each day/ After 38 years in ministry, I pray the insights here will help you in your Christian walk. Currently we are in Psalm 119, taking 8 verses a day. There are also personal blogs here that highlight the blessings of life.

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  34. Good Day sir, the link to my Bible study blog is where we study the Scriptures in depth. I post once or twice per week. I am currently studying through Colossians verse by verse, and with so much packed in that epistle, it will probably continue for quite some time. I take the Bible literally and seriously, and seek in all things to bring glory to the Lord Jesus Christ, to build up believers, and to tell the gospel of the grace of God to the lost.

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  35. Hey. You know me.

    I write a blog for Christian millennials. I want to find and share the truth of the Bible and the life of Jesus unmarred by religion or manmade tradition. One of my favorite subjects is singleness – how to navigate the longings and disappointments, all the little minefields. Hope y’all will check it out!

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  36. Thank you for the opportunity to publicize my blog and to discover other bloggers. My blog can be found at https:/ I am writing my first novel and striving every day to learn more about the craft of writing. I blog about the books I read, lines I especially like that I find in the books I read, things I learn about social media and how an aspiring author needs to use its various platforms, and I occasionally share a sample of my writing. I usually blog on Tuesdays and Fridays.

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  37. Thank You to the blogger of this page. I’m Mike Eye & I have recently released my self-published debut novel The Aqueous Transmission. If you like Sci-Fi mixed with Fantasy and Horror, then this book is right up your alley and is available for $3.33 here: Please let me know if you would like to review my book and I will send you a free copy. -MIKE EYE / is my blog, thanx guys!

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  38. Hey Prashant,
    Hope you are doing well, the last time we chatted i think you were in a retreat center​ in Kochi 😊! Hope all is well and good in your life!

    I would love you to promote my blog through your blog. Link-
    Description- Just a blog I started arnd an yr back when I moved to my ‘new’ city Kochi for my ‘new’ IT job. I started this blog so that I could document and track my experiences and challenges in the new city and in the new job. Also I often share my thots,views, favourite quotes/ pics here, do visit!! 😊

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  39. Hello Prashant, I’m an author at QuickTurtle Books®. I have a blog and would love it if you and others could connect. Here’s my site:
    From About the Author page:
    Experience. Certificates. Degrees. These I all have. And the one thing I can give you is my time and stories with a positive slant. That’s why I write. Writing and publishing helps not only me, but others, too. When you’ve won some hard lessons in life you wish to share them with a bit of humor. After all, with a sense of humor, most things are quite bearable. Problems seem not so huge and sometimes with a smile, they disappear, if only momentarily. So therefore, my posts and books are written for the upliftment and benefit of you and even your children, too.

    Life is what you make it. Put on a smile and the world smiles with you!

    I hope you enjoy my posts and be sure to comment and leave word on how you are doing in life. What makes you tick? What do you like to do? What’s your specialty?

    Hope to hear from you soon…

    “In seeking the Truth, we discover ourselves…In living the Truth, we define ourselves”.

    Mary Rensberry, Author at QuickTurtle Books®

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  40. Hi! My name is Carrie and I am a college student at Purdue University. If ya check out my blog you will find a lot of posts about my crazy college life.

    Thank you!


  41. Hello! My name is Nikita and I’m working on the resource for IT specialists called codingSight – It is the learning platform for .NET developers, database administrators and developers, programmers, web specialists and all who is involved in a software development. I would be glad to see you there =)

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    Hi! My name is McKaia, and I’m a high school senior (about to step into the real world) and use blogging to share with my friends and family what living a life of Faith as a young adult is like. It’s hard to start a blog and have it become popular right away, but I think that for a younger audience a perspective from a teenager on such a deep and passionate topic is unique and diverse. I push to evangelize, inspire, uplift, and show my overall life of goal of having others see Christ in me. I would love a comment, advice, or follow. Follow me on a journey of a life worth living… a life committed to Jesus Christ.

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  43. It’s really nice of you to take this initiative of promoting blogs.

    My name is Vatsala and I am a college student and human being curious about the purpose of life. I am as lost in this race called life as most of us are. I wish to stand out of the crowd that wants to stand out. I like writing about anything that hits my mind and leaves me thinking for hours. Well I really don’t have a long long description of me and blog. In short, I am just an extraordinary person like every individual on this planet.
    Here’s my link:

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  44. A big thank you Nick, Annie who, for giving me the chance to tell my story, without worrying about what people may think, I have been bogged down for a year or more, hey 😊

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  45. Hello! My blog is called Letters From a Dead Man. What I write about it mainly my faith, a daily devotional, and just musings that I have. I will sometimes post and feature poetry. I am trying to create a community of faith and support for every walks of life that need hope. I am looking to aggressively expand into video teachings and music projects and work side by side with other bloggers that want to do the same thing as I do. My calling is disciplining the word and I aim to do that one post at a time!

    Here’s my link!

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  46. Hello curryncode,
    A little bit about me as I’d like to be featured in your blog as well, please.
    I have had more than my share of hard lessons in life and only care to repeat the positive ones. Thus, I was inspired to write the book I AM SPIRIT as a guide for myself and others to achieve a life filled with more happiness and success.

    Even though I was a certified teacher early in life, I fell prey to my own insecurities and lack of confidence to stand on my feet. I was running and searching but I was not looking. I became entangled in various religious beliefs and left my family and friends. Despite the many negatives inherent in the situation, I gained a comprehensive knowledge of the bible and its many interpretations. It was at this time I studied and received a Certificate in Christian Counseling. I also obtained my Masters of Education degree in Instructional Technology and decided to take a year off from teaching. It was then I found a method to the madness. I confronted the mistakes in my life and acknowledged my responsibilities for my own condition. I became more ethical and responsible for the future of myself, my family and friends. That’s when I gained the ability to make up my own mind regarding myself as a being.

    Life began to be more fun and pleasurable for me. I gravitated toward writing and drawing and taking photographs of nature. I learned to look and listen more. I decided to causatively enjoy the ride and the journey. Deciding that I could make a difference in somebody else’s life, if only one person, led me to self-publish I AM SPIRIT. It is a self-help book that can be used all throughout the day. It starts with the many attributes and virtues we all have the potential of possessing and becoming.

    No matter what religion, beliefs, or ideas you subscribe to, when you know WHO YOU ARE then that’s the proper footing to stand on. It certainly fulfills the sayings, KNOW THYSELF and Go Thou and Do Likewise.

    “In seeking the Truth, we discover ourselves…In living the Truth, we define ourselves.”

    My blog is at:

    Thanks and blessings to all!

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  47. Hello, My name is Mic. I’m new at blogging. Only been at it almost 2 weeks now. I’m so glad I came across your blog. I love it and I think this is such a great idea. I have Fibromyalgia. I started getting symptoms back in beginning of 2012 and finally got diagnosed this past October. My life has changed so much since I’ve started this painful battle and I’ve always loved to write. So I thought I’d share my experience and hopefully connect with good people.

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  48. Thank you for this opportunity. I write for the blog Done with Religion. This site is about living for God outside the walls of religion. After over fifty years in the religious organization my wife and I left the religious life to follow God outside of the traditional church. We write about the process of leaving, fellowship, loving and accepting others and following Jesus as our example. We would love for anyone interested in our site to visit us at

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  49. Hello! Thank you for the opportunity you give to people promoting their blog on yours, definetely more interesting than the blogger awards that well… I agree with you on them.
    If you think my blog is worth promoting, I would love for you to do so 🙂
    Cook Yourself Slim is a blog about nutrition and weight loss, health and food and tries to give people good, truthful and unbiased information on nutritional choices, along with sharing healthy recipes.
    I hope you like it!


  50. Thank you so much for this rare opportunity! I would like to share our blog… The blog is quite new and still has a lot of room for improvement. We are a missionary couple serving us mission pilot and teacher in Bolivia, South America. We wish to share the blog to a lot of people so they can also be bless and be inspired to serve the Lord. Thank you and Heaven bless you!


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