Meet & Greet

Promote Your Blog [closed]

Dear friends, 

It is no secret that I value this WordPress community and that I enjoy each one of your wonderful blogs. Therefore, today will be a Meet-and-Greet, where I welcome each of you to promote yourself on

– What to Do –

  1. Leave a comment with a description of your blog along with a link to your blog or favorite post (be sure to copy the entire web address so it shows up as a hyperlink to allow others to easily visit you).
  2. Take a minute to visit some of the other blogs listed in the comments (Don’t be shy—make your presence known by reaching out and liking and/or following!). 
  3. Feel free to share or reblog this post to spread the word.
  4. Bookmark this post and revisit as many times as you would like to see who else has joined the party.

Remember, one of the best things about blogging is being able to connect with other bloggers…and the best way to do that is simply to visit the blogs that interest you and to show your support through liking, commenting, and/or following. The more love you spread, the more you will receive. So go ahead and reach out; you will be surprised at the connections you make!

With that said, let’s make this an awesome Labor Day Meet & Greet!

With love,

Phoebe 💙

engaged! (2)

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  1. Hi Phoebe, I’m pleased to meet you! I run Blog of the Wolf Boy, which is a mish-mash of poetry, short stories, random articles, writing advice, interviews and personal stories. My blog is going to follow me through my journey of being a 30 year old man heading off to University for the first time to accomplish my dream of becoming a writer or a teacher.I try to shuffle between the emotional, serious and sarcastic.

    This is one of my recent, and best liked posts so far:

    Thanks for the opportunity and I look forward to seeing more of your work 🙂

  2. Hello Phoebe and thank you for the great idea and excellent opportunity. My blog, The Life in My Years (An anecdote of life) is a compilation of stories, experiences and photos from my 65 years.
    It’s about travel; it’s about food; it’s about love and loss; it can be about the consequential or it might be just plain frivolous; it’s about the adventure that we call life. Some of it is told in an entirely serious manner and some is with tongue firmly planted in cheek.
    Thank you in advance to all the bloggers who pay a visit to my site.

  3. Great idea, and thanks ! My blog is at “Earthwalking is what our spirits do in this material form in this material world. You can choose to make your walk as deep and meaningful as you wish. But one should never forget that particles of the source are in absolutely everything. Walk quietly, it is meditation. Listen, observe, learn, grow, connect and love.”

    Because walking through the world means you will encounter and will experience, this page will be a place of many stories in many formats . . .

  4. Hi. My name is Langley. I have an Advice Blog called DearSpence. It is geared towards helping others see the light and the love within themselves, their experiences, the world, and others while at the same time discouraging them from seeking validation from others. DearSpence is a goodbye to fear as well as a hello to taking back control of one’s life. It is a blog that allows individuals to be seen and heard, something most of the world seems to be craving. My job is to listen, not judge, accept others and help people to truly love themselves and heal from all of life’s sometimes not so wonderful experiences. DearSpence is my baby, and it allows me to share the wisdom I have gained from all of my life experiences. I help readers who struggle with self-harm, low self-esteem, suicidal thoughts, readers who are experiencing abusive relationships and individuals that have experienced very traumatic events. DearSpence is a safe haven that allows people to heal. And here is the web address:

  5. I share poetry at The Chesseseller’s Wife:

    It’s mostly my own poetry, which can be about my ife and thoughts, but I also write Science poetry and Speculative (or Science Fiction) poetry. On Fridays, I share a poem from one of the many poetry books on my shelves here in southern England. So there’s always variety!

    …and, yes, my husband sell cheese…….. 🙂

  6. Thank you Phoebe for this lovely opportunity to meet and greet such wonderful bloggers from everywhere!
    I am SanaH and my blog is titled as A Pause for Nature. I share random photos and information from places I travel to. Also I write a few short stories sometimes. And on, and on….
    Stop by to say hi. 😊😄

  7. Hi everybody, my name is J’Anne! I blog at My content at the moment mostly consists of lifestyle/ metaphorical writing. I’ve been a little MIA to the blogging world, but I fully intend on coming back stronger this season. I would love for you all to check it out, and I hope you stay for a while. 🙂

  8. Hi all, I blog at, which started as a parenting blog, but has evolved into my ruminations on everything from a visit to Auschwitz to family life with two teenagers and two brilliant dogs! I rarely write about my teenage kids now, because it’s not really appropriate anymore. Here’s that Auschwitz blog piece:

  9. Personal:
    Herbal Science:

    Thank you! I will visit some of the others in the comments here and say hi!

    I post mostly poetry on my poetry blogs–I don’t do the research necessary to be successful at philosophy or herbal science but I try. My personal blog is just me complaining about stuff mostly.

  10. Hi I’m Sarah and I run a Lifestyle blog with my daughters called Total Abundance Project It’s all about providing the reader with all the tools they need to live their best life in Total Abundance, covering two generations. Come on over and have a look see…

  11. “Summer vacation is a slow time…” Yes, and I am so slow at writing the stories during the days I have all the other things to do. My discipline is weak. Writing is not what I have been doing the past four weeks on “vacation” at the Ohio cottage, painting and fixing, and working. Twice I connected the computer. No TV. Weak Internet signal. So I write in my journal. BUT I do try to read the bloggers that I am able. Take a look at my memories of growing up in Chicago, or incidents occasioned by the times remembered, like the other day: painting yellow, again–just as I did on my first job. That’s a story. To be continued–or better, to soon be started.
    So find me at
    I look forward to seeing you–or hearing from you.
    Thank you.