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My Introduction To The Blogosphere Starts Now


My name is Beth, but my friends call me “Bethie”, hence the name of my blog, “Bethie’s Place”.  Over many years I have tried to keep a private journal, and I always promise myself each New Year’s Day that I’ll do it, but it always ends up in failure.  So at the end of 2014, I decided to take my thoughts and make them public because it dawned on me that I wanted or needed an audience — someone to write to and for. If you’re interested in getting to know me, better you can find a two-part introduction of who I am posted on my blog.

I look forward to learning the tips and tricks of a successful blog and how to make what now is a pretty bland place, into something that reflects who I am and pops off the page.

“Bethie”

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7 thoughts on “My Introduction To The Blogosphere Starts Now

  1. I have been an online journal writer for about as long as that has Bren an avenue in which to write- at least 20 years! I have written in a journal for fifty years! (Gasp!) writing is how I’ve processed my life.

    If you need a cheerleader or prompter, I’ll be your gal. I’m thrilled you are taking on this new challenge Bethie! ✨❤💖💛💚💙💜✨

  2. My childhood dream was to write and teach good literature. I taught for years, but never had time for writing my own accounts because I was buried so deeply in student papers.

    My husband and I had five children and they gave me eighteen grandchildren, so the fodder for writing is there. Now my dilemma is whether to write on a public blog or a private journal.

    BTW I like your name and your blog. I hope you are happy with your new Blogging 101 lessons.

  3. It is definitely time for you to write-! And I look forward to reading your blog. There are blogs and journals that you can make limited to people you allow. You just have to decide – or keep two like me!

  4. Welcome to the blogging world Beth, cant wait to read more of your posts 🙂

  5. guevaragema on said:

    I look forward to learning more about you, Beth. 🙂

  6. It’s awesome that you want to share your life through your writing.

  7. Beth,

    I like your Introduction and your blog. You seem to be a “real” genuine person. I have an autoimmune disease from breast cancer four years ago. I am disabled now and mainly walk on a walker outside and canes inside. This affected me suddenly without warning within a week. I lost all mobility functions in my legs, feet and my hands shake often (tremors). Keep in touch with me.

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