WordPress is quite the cheerleader on your blogging journey… I don’t know about you but I kind of like getting those notifications from WordPress that you have been flying with WordPress for so many years or that you have congratulations on getting so many publishing so many posts on your blog or that you are experiencing a sharp spike in your stats….
From my last notifications on milestone achieved my blog is six years old and has over 500 blog posts published on it:
To date, this article is the 540th post on my blog; this year I have posted 160 blog posts totaling about 106 000 words….. but whose counting right?
Despite all the challenging times faced this year, I have managed to stay consistent and even had small promo to celebrate my six year love affair with words; asking people to share their favourite articles…
Sometimes you can see visions through his writings. You can build a picture out of his words and he’s so easy to understand. I combed through internet for this one. @Beatonm5 happy 6th anniversary on your blog. Of The Lady Of The Creek https://t.co/817dljRfMv?amp=1Tweet
The story that appealed to me is the one on mermaids and tradition. The story of mermaids intrigued, maybe because they scared me so much when grow up. I could have given a review but words limitation https://t.co/UvqAsa8Quw?amp=1Tweet
I like Of Coffee with Crust and Sadza Foundation. I had never tried it but when I asked my older brothers it became story time of their days back in high school. You are really funny and random. https://t.co/ckRnWIm3iA?amp=1Tweet
I liked Of A Letter To African Bloggers because as a fellow writer still shy about taking my stuff to the internet, it resonated. Especially, how you want to create an environment for African bloggers to be heard in an Afrocentric context. https://t.co/IjMuhzivsG?amp=1Tweet
Of Coffee And The Simple Life if i remember correctly there was a picture of the most beautiful sunset and you Uncle love your coffee https://t.co/HHisuQz9ff?amp=1Tweet
@Beatonm5 loves coffee… And he also gives a human face to the Zimbabwean struggle… https://becomingthemuse.net/2018/12/30/of-coffee-in-a-fuel-queue/Tweet
Oh and Prowl Magazine included me in their influencer issue; guess local uncle is influential ^_^
Uncle of Bloggers