Why I Stopped Blogging (Part 2)
WHY I STOPPED BLOGGING (PART 1)
I ventured onto this idea a short time ago. It is now time to revisit it. Although I feel I will never really stop blogging, there has to be reason (in both directions) for my decision(s).
In the first post (Why I Stopped Blogging), I wrote the following:
For those of you that are not sure, go ahead and pinch yourself, this is NOT a Dream! (Maybe a dream come true) THIS IS REAL!
Up to now, my blogging has been my contribution to COMPUMATRIX.
When it is time for me to hit the switch, I will avail myself of ALL OF WHAT COMPUMATRIX HAS TO OFFER.
I have BIG PLANS and they have everything to do with what we will have available here at Compumatrix.
Recently, I haven’t had a blog posted every day. I still have blogs written but it is time for others to step up. (There are still some bloggers that I have not seen blogging here!) There are still only a handful of bloggers doing most of the blogging.
(Did I mention you would probably earn more Compuceeds from members reading your blogs than you will from writing them?)
WHY I STOPPED BLOGGING (PART 2)
I was reflecting on my post Why I Stopped Blogging and decided to write this post more as an update. I know we have all been frustrated with how long it has to take to get out the gate. Although I have been on occasion in a negative mood, about 2 years ago, I made a decision to let that experience go. This is when I really embraced Compumatrix.
I think the previous blog conveys the idea that I want you to step it up and start writing blogs. Although this is not for everyone, everyone has a story to tell. If it takes you a week to write your blog (and maybe have someone proof read it), SO WHAT!
This post, Why I Stopped Blogging (Part 2), is to fill the purpose of moving forward. With Erline’s Novel that she posted today (12.9.2014), I felt inspired to get the troops ready!
You might say this is a Call to Action Notice! I already mentioned I’m helping a friend with a business launch. I am trying to find a way to incorporate the use of Compuceeds and the Cryptoceed E-Wallet for his business. (If not, c’est la vie! I’m planning a membership site and the only way to pay the monthly subscription would be with Compuceeds.)
Regarding who we are and what we are, I think Erline’s post says it all. Furthermore, Maddy’s words condenses everything that Erline represents for us both for the membership and the Compumatrix staff when she opened her comments thus:
HALE TO THE QUEEN! ERLINE!!! You are amazing!!
(thank you Erline)