WordPress Meet and Greet – All Bloggers Welcome

All bloggers are welcome to use this post as a forum for meeting new bloggers and finding new blogs to visit! Feel free andย promote yourself below! Visit some blogs and make some new friends!

This post now has over 2,000 active bloggers waiting to connect in it. I encourage anyone looking for new blogs to view or people to converse with to browse through the comment section and network!

All bloggers are welcome to use this post as a “Self-Promotion” thread for their blog, projects, causes, writing, books, eBooks, food, fashion, or whatever you are into. You may post links, book covers, or whatever you like and feel free to revisit and leave a new comment as this thread will quickly fill up.

Hopefully some authors, photographers, painters, writers, and bloggers will take the opportunity to push their work. Please keep promotional comments on the posts dedicated for that purpose.

Feel free and re-blog or share this post on!

Thanks for stopping by!

-Opinionated Man

Jason Chandler Cushman

@smokendust

Source: aopinionatedman.com (Let me know if you want me to remove this, OM. I'll understand.)

9,235 thoughts on “WordPress Meet and Greet – All Bloggers Welcome

  1. Thank you for this wonderful forum! I entered the blogging world a few months ago and what a gift it has been to read other people’s gift for words. I have been blessed, encouraged, challenged, and inspired!

    My blog was created out of the book I just wrote concerning the Full Armor of God. It describes how to be protected using the gifts of God’s Son. Our purpose is to follow Him, and I write out of the perspective of an imperfect Christian. I stumble and fall, but I’m loved by my Savior.

    My latest post is called, “Is Your Life a Pinterest Fail?” Hint: Mine sure is! ๐Ÿ™‚
    https://cristacrawford.wordpress.com/2017/03/16/is-your-life-a-pinterest-fail/

    I would love for you to stop by and see me, and I will do the same!
    Crista Crawford

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  2. A bit late to this weekend blogging party, but hey fellow bloggers!
    Thank you again OM for this wonderful networking platform, I have made amazing connections every time. ๐Ÿ™‚
    So my latest post is about us- the twenty something peeps here and the myth of achieving everything while in our twenties. It’s a lot of pressure believe me. ๐Ÿ˜‰
    https://thestorytellersproject.wordpress.com/2017/03/20/the-shades-of-grey-of-life-in-your-20s

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  3. Love the support that you give other bloggers. I love connecting with and reading other blogs. Provide motivation, great advice, encouragement, and makes me want to work harder as a writer. Thanks you for using your platform to help others. I will do the same. Faithtoraisenate.com / Charlenebullard.com / Purposedrivencharlene.com /

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  4. Thanks for the opportunity to share. ๐Ÿ™‚ I am already seeing some new blogs to subscribe to!

    Here is my post!

    Have you thought about starting a blog but keep telling yourself it isnโ€™t worth it because no one will read what you write? Or maybe believe this about the blog you already have? Iโ€™ve heard this A LOT, from both strangers and friends. Iโ€™ve always said, โ€œWell, Iโ€™ll read your stuff!โ€, but I realize some people need a little more encouragement than that.

    I went back through my mind and remember believing this about myself, though the purpose of my blog was never to be popular, then I went back to see how many people have actually read my content. What I found shocked me, made me cry, and will hopefully give you all the encouragement you need.

    http://rebeccalemke.com/2017/03/15/think-no-one-will-read-blog/

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  5. Hello there ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m a new writer, though alas no longer young. I’m writing my first novel and I post my short stories and the odd (sometimes very odd) poem on my blog, as well bits of writing advice which have been useful to me. I hope you enjoy it!

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  6. Thanks for sharing this again, Jason. I have clicked on this post several times when you’ve shared it, I even checked out a few fellow bloggers, but this js the first time I have shared mine.
    My primary blog is at MaggieSlighte.com
    I am an author, currently finishing 2 books: Standing Up to Live and Medical Marijuana for Mormons.
    I have another blog that centers around my faith called SlightelyMormon.org.
    I welcome any and all to come and check them out!
    I look forward to continuing down the comment chain amd checking out all of yours!
    I hope you all are having a wonderful day!
    Maggie

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  7. Hello, Thanks for posting this.

    If you enjoy attending seminars and workshops take a couple of minutes to explore my new website where I explain the next seminarโ€™s goals and details of how you can book a seat to attend.

    Letโ€™s meet in San Francisco. http://www.lrlofton.com

    The next seminar โ€œThe Science of Happiness,โ€ will be held in beautiful San Francisco, California, Saturday, April 29, 2017.

    Have a enjoyable week OM

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  8. Thank you Jason it is always great to participate to your Meet And Greet thanks for the opportunity.
    I am an artist and illustrator I love to express my creativity with different mediums, when I don’t paint with watercolor I love photography, digital art, jewelry design that I create inspired by nature…I also write poems and Haiku when they are whispered to my soul. I love to connect and I hope that you will visit my Blog at https://yesterdayafter.com/

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  9. Hi all! Fairly new to this blogging thing, think I am getting the hang of it – helps that I can waffle on for a while over nothing in particular ๐Ÿ˜… Please drop by and see if you like anything on my blog – I will be checking out some of yours โ˜บ๏ธ

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  10. Jason:

    Thank you for hosting this Meet and Greet once again, its always eye opening to see all these bloggers on one site, no matter how large or small they are. My site is growing,,,which is why I’d love to have folks come check us out and stay for the adventure. We work hard, play hard and write about it when we have time. We love adventure travel, sailing, cruising and boats. Our link is: https://livefree2sailfast.wordpress

    Here’s a story I wrote today about a family who lost their boat in the Atlantic in December 2016 and are trying to find it: https://livefree2sailfast.com/2017/03/12/if-youre-in-the-caribbean-help-this-family-find-dove-ii/

    You can also check out parts of my twisted mind via pictures on Pinterest at: https://www.pinterest.com/livefree2sailfast/

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  11. Hey!
    Been reading (or listening) to Samuel L Jackson talk about my fellow Black Brits taking on African American acting roles. Controversial, I guess it is but you know what – I agree with what he has to say. I had a similar experience when I got a broadcasting job when I lived in South Africa. Here is my story and see what you think.
    Cheers!
    https://plaintain1.wordpress.com/2017/03/12/casting-black-brits-for-african-american-movie-roles-does-samuel-l-jackson-have-a-point-i-think-he-does/

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  12. Hi OM and everyone! I miss being here. I’ve been missing in action a for a few months after losing my mother unexpectedly over a year ago. Couldn’t even think about writing much let alone blogging. Fortunately, things have changed in the past few months, God is good! I have been super busy attending a program to acquire leadership certification to hopefully become a speaker or motivational coach and am currently in the process of having my first book published hopefully by May or June. Yay! I haven’t been blogging as much as I would like to or since I first started blogging because of my busyness lol but hopefully things will calm down in the next month or so. In the meantime, I would love to have you visit my blog at https://www.joaynn510.wordpress.com. I will do my best to post as time permits. Thank you in advance for visiting my blog and for your patience and understanding. P.S. OM I’m so glad you are still the compassionate gracious blogger I remember when first following your blog. Keep up the good work! Be blessed ๐Ÿ™‚

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  13. First, thanks for the ability to discover so many new blogs on one post – it’s a great idea. You can find me here, daily, at https://davidguerrieriwrites.wordpress.com/2017/03/01/the-straightforward-poem/ – for future stories ranging from life, death, and everything in between. I think this short poem speaks true about how and what I tend to feel throughout the day. I hope you’ll join me and as always, keep writing, and thanks for reading.

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  14. Hello everyone! Greetings from the high Himalayan country of Nepal where lord Buddha was born.
    I am practicing meditation and write about random insights I gather from my practice.
    Please check out my blog at https://mindthatmeditates.wordpress.com/
    I am new to blogging so It would be encouraging to hear any advices/suggestions from you all.
    Thank you so much Jason for this wonderful forum.
    May peace be with you!!

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  15. Jason – You are one of my main inspirations for blogging. I blog for awhile, overthink it, take a break, come back and you are there. Thank you for all you do for the blogging community. You model CONSISTENCY well! By the way, my blog as a whole new look and I am beginning a blog series on CONSISTENCY of all things. Why? Because we teach best what we need to learn (author unknown – but my husband always says it).

    I am ready to take myself to the next level by running towards my purpose as a motivational speaker and Resilience Coach. I do not have a lot to share by way of professional coaching experience – but I understand RESILIENCE and have helped many for years informally.

    No more fear! I am ready to do this and will not go away this time.

    I look forward to people visiting my blog and responding to my posts!

    Peace and blessings to all!

    Davina Lyons
    http://www.davinalyons.com

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  16. Hi everyone:

    We’ve been on here a few times and really, really appreciate the opportunity to share my blog with all of you. We’re small but trying to GROW. We need your help to do that. We write about travel, adventure sports, sailing and cruising. Please come check us out and if you like, you may want to follow: https://livefree2sailfast.com

    I’ll go ahead and repost this on the site as well as I want others to have the same opportunity-

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  17. Hello everybody! So, here is my blog, it’s a general blog (though you might notice some recurring topics, such as languages, life in general, interesting phenomena, etc…) , most of the posts are in the form of essays. It’s still a young blog, and I plan to explore more different directions in the future, maybe I will write about movies, music, programming, etc… Anyway, have a look, and I hope you’ll enjoy it:
    http://anessaystudio.wordpress.com/

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  18. Holy moly, reading through to find some new bloggers and there’s only like ohhh 9000 posts here!!! We just all love you!
    My blog is bethanykays.com
    And it is about PTSD and abuse and parenting and tree frogs and poetry, you name it, it’s on there.

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  19. Thanks for the opportunity. I really enjoy reading your posts:) Not to mention the huge amount of email “notifications” i get;) anyways, my blog is : austynbuchanan.wordpress.com.

    I blog about really anything. I like to write as a hobby, and its just a fun platform to get my thoughts out there.

    Thanks again for making these posts.

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  20. Hi

    Thanks for this great opportunity to share about our blogs. Mine is at https://stevestillstanding.com

    I write about a lot of things, including mental health, anxiety, depression, online dating, role playing games, poetry, working out, university, writing, books, movies, and more. Recently I’ve been writing Haiku.

    It would probably be good if I kept it a little more specific, but hey, it’s cathartic.

    Please feel free to drop by ๐Ÿ™‚

    Cheers

    Steve
    https://stevestillstanding.com

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  21. Also, thank you for sharing your story so stoically. That sounds very difficult and emotionally, just…damn. I’m sorry you had to be separated from your birth mother and family, but I’m very glad you wound up with such wonderful parents and a stable, loving home environment.

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  23. Thanks for the opportunity, Jason.

    My name is Daria, writing under the name of Moe, which is also the name of my cat, & can be found at https://dariakill.wordpress.com/
    I like to reblog interesting posts – on my site under the tab “Favourite Reblogs”, otherwise my own posts tell of Moe’s woes (generally the pitfalls & adventures of Moe’s life) & can be found under the tab “Moe’s Own”.
    A message to my readers: my posts start from when I first started blogging, & go back in time chronologically – just to keep Moe on her/his toes!

    Daria.

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  24. At https://juantetcts.wordpress.com/ I share inspiration on various topics including my 70 pound weight loss journey (maintained 12 years), my 7 year journey to becoming debt free (including a son graduating debt free from college) and my journey to self-worth and self-discovery post divorce (including returning to school at 49 and starting my Transformation Life Coach business at 50!). I frequently share motivational quotes and sprinkle in random thoughts about life in general!

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  25. Hi there,

    Iโ€™m Chaos of The Muse.

    Well then. I recently joined the WordPress blogging scene and I tend to post things that interest me, therefore my blog is more of a personal one. I try to spice up my posts with a little amusement, so if you do happen to come by and say hello, I hope that I can, in some way, brighten up your day!

    https://chaosofthemuse.wordpress.com

    Oh and of course, don’t forget to follow to join the Clan ๐Ÿ™‚

    Best Wishes,
    Chaos of the Muse

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  27. Hey Everyone This is Taj and I write blogs about Life. I believe human expressions are more or less similar and relatable. I pick up really sensitive topics and share my personal experience on it. I hope you people like it. Feel free to contact me. I am for any conversations as long as it involves the Blogosphere. Happy reading โ™ก
    Link to my blog
    https://lifeaswehaveneverknownit.wordpress.com
    Alternatively, you can send me an email tajwar.fatma@gmail.com

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  28. My blog is about anything and everything that is happening to me or around me…sometimes serious, but mostly just fun. For the record…it is not really totally about school or even kindergarten. I know…I should change the name!!!
    https://kindergartenknowledge.com

    My most recent post…more serious than normal…but this is how I feel about the situation…
    https://kindergartenknowledge.com/2017/02/11/aware-and-tired-of-disdain/

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  33. Thank Opinionated Man! My name is Martha and have only been blogging since Christmas Day 2014 when my grandson helped me get started. I blog about a variety of topics, from helpful, money saving tips, my recipes, product reviews, everyday happenings plus a variety of what ever comes to mind. I look forward to meeting and follow many more bloggers! http://www.TheMarthaReview.com

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    • Hey y’all .
      Dont Label My Kid! Is about life issues. Parenting to Addiction, Depression to Faith. Abuse of meds by the psychiatric world to my personal journey as both the addict and the social worked. Not a pity party . Everyone is there to offer a hand up if possible. No judgment.

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