Care to introduce yourselves?

Hi Hi Hi!

I’ll be honest, I’ve made a terrible time of actually getting to know people who come to my blog and read my blog and I want to change that. I want to be better! I was wondering, if you’re a reader of my blog, if you’d be willing to introduce yourself?

If you’re up for it, can you please tell me:

  1. Your name
  2. The country in which you live
  3. What you like to blog about?

I would love to start a thread of this, to have a place on my blog to share who people are and what they blog about… a place people can come to find new blogs… so to speak. I selfishly would love to read all of your responses to see the diversity among all of the bloggers who respond.

I also think that, if enough people responded, perhaps I could stick a link to the top of my page so that people could use it as a means to find new blogs they’re interested in following when they’re looking.

And me, I’m always interested in finding new blogs to follow.

So please, if you’re willing, say hello! Share your name, the country you live in and what you like to blog about most.

Thank you for reading (and for any response you decide to provide)!

*Update: If your blog is set to private please remember that people won’t be able to see it, and I won’t be able to follow it.

xox, Vee

457 thoughts on “Care to introduce yourselves?

  1. Hi V – this is such a great idea! I love your blog and love reading about what your followers do as well.

    I’m a licensed clinical social worker / therapist in Illinois. I provide online therapy via a secure video platform to millennials. I have a website for my private practice https://rebeccaogle.blog, and a blog on that website for anyone and everyone who wants to know some of the “secrets” I tell clients about how to cope with anxiety, depression, people-pleasing, work burnout, and so on.

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    1. Rebecca, you need a follow button for wordpress users that doesn’t require contributing an email address. If you have one, I cannot find it! Reading what you’ve shared here, I need to tell a lot of people about your blog.

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  2. Hey,
    I am Rewati Ranjan from India, thanks for going through my blog. I checked out the content on your blog and I am absolutely loving it. I write about emotions, and people, I generally like to look at things with a different angle and hope to provide hope to the people who are having a tough time in their lives. I haven’t written alot yet but it is one of the things makes me feel connected to the world.
    Thanks.

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    1. Hey Rewati, thank you for visiting my blog. Also, thank you for the kind compliment about my content. I really appreciate it. I love someone with an open mind and will definitely check out your blog tonight!

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  3. Hello,
    I hope you’re doing well.
    My name is Swapna and I’m from India.
    I came across your blog the other day before I went to bed and made a mental note to go through it when I was a little more free to go through it at my leisure and boy, did I find it today! I love what you’ve done with your blog and how you’re communicating.
    I just started out recently and found a structure for my blog that works for me. I used to like to write a lot but I’d lost the groove and decided it was time I started again. I blog about anything and everything. Some are personal and some are what has moved me. I would love for you to go through it sometime. 😀
    The one thing I’m taking away from my read at your blog today is to engage more on WordPress and not just be a silent audience. So, thank you for that!
    You’re doing a brilliant job!
    Looking forward to reading more content from you!
    All Love. ❤

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    1. Hi Swapna, thank you for coming and visiting my blog!I’d be happy to have a look at your blog, just send me a link! When I try to click on your name there is no link there.

      Thank you for the kind compliments. I really appreciate it!

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    1. Hi Stefany, Can you resend a link to your blog? When I go to your username it says your url is marocnroll and that the url doesn’t exist anymore. I always love hearing stories from a fellow Canadian.

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  4. Hey Hey! My name is Ryan. I live in Texas, but I belong in Massachusetts. I blog about whatever’s on my mind with the hope that it ends up being pleasing and enlightening to read.
    Thanks for liking my most recent article! That’s how I found you. I love your blog – by all appearances you have a big heart and it makes me smile.

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      1. Yeah, so intrusive! My family moved down here about 5 years ago when my dad got a new job (I just graduated high school this year). So I’m still braving the exciting uncertainties of youth, etc.

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  5. My name is Valerie and I am a mom of 4. I am new to the blogging thing, but love it so far. I have a blog theamericanhousewife.net, that focuses on my lifestyle. There are posts about recipes, party planning, child rearing, etc. I love the idea of being a part of the blog community with all these fine people. I enjoy reading everyone’s thoughts on life. Such a cool idea!

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  6. Hi V,
    I’m in my (very) late forties and time and time again I’ve tried to get going with my writing but life kept getting in the way. I’m now writing every day, hoping to improve and have my dream of becoming a published fiction author before I pass on happen – another tick off the bucket list! I’m British/English and live in the UK – originally from Cambridge – the University with the famous King’s College Chapel. I now live in Norfolk, a 20 minute drive from the East coast. I’m disabled and writing is now a ‘job’ for me as I’m unable to work outside of the home right now so I am seriously having to get my ass in gear and get down to it! Looking forward to reading more of your blog on coffee breaks over the coming days! Nat 🙂

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  7. Hey! I am Karina. I am from New Jersey, USA. I am currently new at blogging, but my main focus are high school and college students. I want to give students the tools they need to make educated decisions. The crowd I would like to impact the most are first generation college students. Btw I love your self-care post.

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