Five Hard Lessons That I’ve Learned As An Amateur Blogger

Bloggers starting out, bloggers maybe floundering a bit and old hands who need reminding what it is all about.
Read Mathew’s very wise and incisive words

Blog of the Wolf Boy

“But my way of writing is rather to think aloud, and follow my own humours, than much to consider who is listening to me; and, if I stop to consider what is proper to be said to this or that person, I shall soon come to doubt whether any part at all is proper.”
― Thomas De Quincey, Confessions of an English Opium Eater


A Journey of Ups and Downs

I wanted to write this post today since it’s been about 6 months of taking my blogging journey semi-seriously. I’ve made a lot of mistakes and I’ve grown/learned a lot in that time. I would say that my blog never really began to be of a quality that I’ve been proud of until the beginning of June or so. If I had to re-read some of original posts or re-visit some of my original interactions with other bloggers, I would…

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