Mandy and Blog Pages

Mandy and Blog Pages

Over the week and weekend, Mandy decided to clean up her blog pages….Since she’s no longer on said social network site, she has quite a bit of time on her hands. She was cleaning up her blog pages….She noticed she had about several blog pages open.  But what exactly were they for? Well, one of them was for her stories that she writes. Another one is for the jewelry and artwork she creates.  She…

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Mandy and Blog Pages

Over the week and weekend, Mandy decided to clean up her blog pages….Since she’s no longer on said social network site, she has quite a bit of time on her hands.

She was cleaning up her blog pages….She noticed she had about several blog pages open.  But what exactly were they for?

Well, one of them was for her stories that she writes.

Another one is for the jewelry and artwork she creates.  She also uses that page to show how she revamps clothing and such.

She took the blog pages that had no meaning, and switched all her posts to her most frequently used blog pages.  It’s a long and tedious process.

It might have taken her a while to complete…Nearly a week later, but she’s accomplished it.

Then she decided to separate her other two blogs..Meaning she has five blog pages…and turn them into private mode.  One for dreams, and one for journal writing.

But then something happened yesterday.  Mandy was working on one of her blog pages and she put a note down to the audience saying if they want to read her stories, to go to this website, and that’s when it dawned on her.

She realized that whenever someone creates a webpage, they always have multiple tabs for others to go to.

And when you can’t afford a webpage, you create blog pages.

So now Mandy is thinking about putting one of her pages back to public, and creating a new category.

Only  time will tell.

She definitely knows she should separate her blogs like you would on Pinterest or anywhere else.  That’s why they allow you to add more blog pages.

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Mandy and Social Media

Mandy got a text three weeks ago from a friend who disconnected themselves from social media.  Well, from the BIGGEST social media site out there!  We all know the site Mandy is referring to.

Mandy started thinking about it.  That social media site is her downfall.

She’s so consumed with all the likes she gets but in reality, she would be ignored.  And she does get ignored.

In fact, in her blogs she has told stories and while others comment, their final comments are something along the lines of, “Oh, I need to catch up!”  Or something like that.

Mandy wants to take a page out of her friend’s book.  She wants to cut herself off said social media site as well.  It’s a waste of her time and it diminishes her creativity.

But there is one page Mandy likes to go to once a Week.  She likes the weekly prompts that are given for her blog topics.  Those keep her creativity going.

The reasons why is because it gives Mandy the incentive to do some research.  It enriches her mind to other possibilities out there.

So while Mandy will go back to the way things were from January to March earlier this year–that means only going on said social media site once a week for blog prompts–she’s pretty much done with that said social media site as well.

It’s not that great of a site.  It doesn’t display things in order.  Half the time you’ll see a post from two days ago.  It’s not like the Picture social site or other blogging sites where they show everything in a timely fashion.

Mandy will be happier for this in the end.

It’s not like anyone out there will miss her anyway.