How did this Happen? What I did not know about blogging one year ago.

How did this happen? One year of blogging already? This week I got this little picture in my mailbox: 12 months of learning the ropes and knowing I still have much to learn. 12 months posting and hoping someone would read and like what I wrote. 12 months to get to know YOU. 12 months […]

October Wrap-Up

Hi Ladies and Gents, I’m late again for my monthly wrap-up. I swear every time that I’ll plan it and build the post every time I’ve posted a review or wrote a post or… but I’m always getting behind. That’s what you can expect when you manage two teams, have a family with teenagers and […]

USA The Good the Bad the Quirky Part 2

Second week of USA and Americans viewed by two European chicks.   Reminder for those who did not read the first post last Friday This post series won’t be book related except that we both became “partners in crime” Talia @redhotink and I through our love for books. We met on Goodreads and it clicked […]

USA: The Good, the Bad, the Quirky Part 1

USA and Americans viewed by two European chicks.   This post series won’t be book related except that we both became “partners in crime” Talia @redhotink and I through our love for books. We met on Goodreads and it clicked immediately! You’ll find our “bio” at the end of the post if you are still […]

Discussion does blogging help reach dreams?

Hi fellow bloggers today’s discussion topic is all about dreams.   Does blogging help you reach your dreams? Help you being more creative? Develop new talents?   Confession time: what did you want to be when you were a kid? Astronaut? Singer? Ballerina? Cowboy? Come on, dish! 😀 My dream was working for Disney. I […]

WordPress Reader Here I Am: Backstage blogging

This post is all about backstage blogging and the geeky side of blogging. It’s intended for bloggers that may have difficulties showing up on the WordPress Reader (WP reader) like I did for months now! WARNING As I’m NOT a techie this should NOT be considered as the St Graal as what worked for me […]