Meet & Greet

Meet & Greet [closed]

Dear Friends,

Happy Saturday! I love that you all are enjoying these “Meet & Greet” events and finding them beneficial and fun. Therefore, today I again open up for you all to share your posts, make new connections, and broaden your blog audiences.

The guidelines, like always, are simple…

– To Promote Your Post/Blog –

Step 1: Select a blog post that you would like to share with others.

Step 2: Tell us a little bit about your post and paste a clickable hyperlink to it.

Step 3: Show support to one another through visiting other’s blogs and liking, commenting, and/or following.

Step 4: Bookmark this post and revisit as many times as you would like to explore new arrivals.

On these ‘event days,’ I turn off comment moderation so as to allow you all to easily communicate with each other. So let’s spread some love and make this a great Meet & Greet weekend!


Phoebe 💙


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  1. Hi Phoebe, love this idea, hope I’m not too late to join in!

    The blog post I would like to share is actually my latest one, because I recently started reading about the benefits of changing our mindset about stress and how we can become better at stress. It’s an idea that really excites me because I am stressed a lot of the time, being able to harness that energy would be amazing!

  2. Hi Phoebe! Thank you for the opportunity to do this meet and greet. I look forward to finding some new blogs to read!

    The blog I write has so far been focused on my recovery from Achilles tendon surgery and life in general. I’ve written about the good things and the bad, and there’s some tips there for navigating life on crutches and even some ideas on how to make it more fun. I love cycling and have started training for my first 5k race this coming February! My most recent post is about my graduation from physical therapy after seven months:
    Thank you in advance to anyone who takes the time to read! I hope I have some information posted that can be of help to someone!

  3. Hi everyone, I am Pranab from San Jose, California. I have been blogging for about four years mainly writing poetry.

    I am sharing a poem that I posted on my blog ( couple of weeks back. The poem is a tongue in cheek look at current work environment.

  4. I found your blog because you liked my new post! Thanks so much. My post called Milorganite is raising awareness about a unique fertilizer and how it’s made (I promise I skip the boring parts and include cool pics from my tour at the plant). I would love if other bloggers would check it out and give it a like or comment.: Cheers!

  5. Thank-you Phoebe… this is a wonderful idea. I am sharing a post that I feel is a really important message to single women. It is something I’ve been struggling with for years but have ended the struggle recently.
    For Singles Struggling With Being Alone:
    I hope this ends up being clickable (not sure how to do that).
    Thank-you again for this opportunity 🙂

  6. Hello Phoebe,
    Thanks so much for creating an opportunity for us to connect as a community. I write an inspirational blog and share my life experiences with hopes to empower as well as encourage others. The post I’d like to share is, “So They May Know”. It’s about an experience my family had last week while my daughter was ill that increased our faith as well as the faith of our loved ones. I hope that someone is blessed by it.


    Nia @FREE

  7. Hi Phoebe, Thank you for this opportunity yet again to come and share my blog. I am very grateful for this since it is one way to meet great writers. And after all isn’t this what this community about? I feel glad to be a regular to your meet and greets 🙂

    Little about me.. I aspire to inspire. Thats basically it. Although I am not fairly new to the world of blogging, I do admit I have few ups and downs when it comes to writing. I just finally managed to get back to writing and this is what this post is about.

    Here is the link to “An Ode to Myself”

    If you’re feeling lost about where your blog is going. If you feel pressured about stats. If you feel like you’re drowning in your own expectations, I too feel the same way. And that is what “An Ode to Myself” is all about. I hope we can get through it together.

    I wish everyone a great day and Happy Writing


  8. Hi Phoebe,

    Thanks for this opportunity, and hi to all the readers and followers of your space. I blog/write/share about my life, which is heavily influenced by my 35 years in emergency medicine, mainly on the African continent, where I live and work. I write of my experiences, pain, and emotions, which are expressed through my poetry, creative writing and medical writing for a few journals/magazines. Recently I have written 2 articles of which I am immensely proud on Mental Health in emergency medicine (re how it impacts on the practitioner) and then my most recent article on:

    Challenge of Critical Thinking in EMS. Link are as follows:

    and one of my few poems that has been published on working on scene as a emergency medicine practitioner …

    Thank your for the privilege of sharing via your site Phoebe,

    Much love and peace,

    • Interesting blog. Living as a foreigner and completely soaking yourself into a different environment,culture and system is not that easy. Keep sharing your experiences dear.