What's on your plate? This month I'm looking at recipe books and sharing a cute little recipe just for some fun!
10 thoughts I shared about blogging as part of Library Information Week
If you were asked to give a talk about blogging, what would you say?
What makes you return to a blog again and again?
What makes you return to a blog time after time? Do you have your favourite bloggers who you always look forward to their words appearing? Let me know what hits the spot for you.
Why would a blogger make a post private?
Why would anyone make their posts private? Read my thoughts and let me know if you would have done something different.
The Mathematician takes on Escher – Wordless Wednesday
The Mathematician loved doing this 1000 piece Escher jigsaw puzzle during lockdown! I know how to give great gifts 🙂 #WordlessWednesday
Want to know what you said? Here are your responses to the question ‘HOW do YOU blog?’
Here are the results to my short poll from a few months ago when I asked for your thoughts on how you blog? It seems we're quite a spontaneous bunch! Read on for more results.
HOW do YOU blog?
Are you a blogger? If so, how do you do it? Take the short poll in my post and share your thoughts. Everyone has their own way of blogging and no way is right or wrong.
Triangles – what part do they play in our lives? Have you ever asked yourself that question?
It's time for #SundayStills with triangles as the theme for this week. After scouring my archives for triangles I've managed to find a few favourites to share. Think signs, bunting and ruins...
Are you a jackhammer or a hummingbird?
As I've been described as a 'hummingbird on speed', this article really appealed to me 🙂 According to Elizabeth Gilbert - The world is divided into two types of people. There are the hummingbirds, and there are the jackhammers. Although I'm not a huge fan of Elizabeth Gilbert, this article on Mamamia, caught my attention. …
Retirement Voices | Add your story to this important new book
I have just completed an easy questionnaire on the subject of retirement. I found out about this project from another midlife blogger and decided to add my voice to the story. If you are a woman and you're retired I highly recommend you join up and share your story and thoughts, it's for a good …
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Wordless Wednesday: Sunlight through the trees
Does the acronym WTF mean anything to you? Well an inmate and I had very different meanings of WTF - read on for the story!
Can you eat your words: Recipes and Reviews
Eating their words: The literature of food. A great discussion for our WEA group with lots of discussion on recipes and books.
Literary Food: Fiction and Non-fiction
Eating their words! Food scenes in books are everywhere once you start looking. This was part of a course for our discussion group and I was challenged to write about our responses.
What’s your ‘go to’ comfort food?
The Literature of Food – yes that’s a real thing!
Blogger Recognition Award
Earlier this week I was thrilled to read a post on Klaudia's Corner, which coincidentally included a link to my Deb's World blog. Klaudia was nominated for the Blogger Recognition Award and, as part of the requirements, she had to nominate 15 other bloggers passing on the blogging love. It's been a constant source of amazement …
Tour de Tassie – Maria Island
What do two intrepid travellers decide to do while on a trip to Tasmania? Where do I start!!? Car packed with bikes, helmets, walking boots, cameras, warm clothes, food, sleeping bags, national park pass....tick ✔️ No real plans or destinations in mind just a sense of freedom to go where we feel like visiting. It's …
Reblog: Not a good week! – Deb’s World
I can't let today, 10 May 2017, go by without mentioning that one year ago today we were told our jobs as educators in the State's Correctional Centres were to be axed by the end of 2016. It started a dreadful time of worry, concern, upset, ill health and general malaise. We were all summonsed to …
How I made friends with Pinterest
Since retiring in January 2017, I have had lots more time to spend on blogging, social media and learning new skills. I know that as you age you are supposed to keep your brain busy, so I treated my blogging/social media as if I was learning a new language. I was in fact learning a …