Blog Times by JCL (that’s this blog) aka what to read on WordPress

From pieces about travel to making you think or entertain, check out this collection of pieces I liked.

When you travel, you get inspired

Checking in from their “chair in the sunshine on the riverbed” QP’s travels sound like they should be written into a memoir some time later.

Dan also checks in from the road: “If I had turned right instead of left, I would have walked right into it. Then again, I would have missed all that other stuff.

If we’re at travel, have you ever considered going on a safari? Ger’s Safari Etiquette will give a taste of the reality of safaris, and not the sales version.

When we live life with a happy attitude

Janet’s next batch from her annual project of 365 pictures gives us art, pets and the beauty of nature.

Celebrating her husband’s birthday datmama teaches us a thing or two about being in a relationship.

When you make others think

Have you ever not done something that felt right for fear of “what would others think?” Nikki talks us through nicely why she didn’t let this stop her. The road to our goals is never straight – but a road up to the mountain is also winding.

Shilpa touches very important points on suicide prevention: the signs, the risk factors and what can we do to help.

Philosophical musings from Damyanti on death to characters and what will happen to our bodies once we die. If I may add to this topic: please sign up for a donor list if your beliefs allow, today’s medicine is wonderful but more people need transplants.

When you’re special

A special appearance from Blogger: Anagha from MocktailMommies shares a tale about a The Pied Piper she met.

Something different: a poem about Ginger beer by Simon Falk


That’s all for today folks, as they say, hope you enjoyed the variety and talent of these bloggers.

Love,

Andrea

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14 thoughts on “Blog Times by JCL (that’s this blog) aka what to read on WordPress

  1. Thanks for linking my post on your blog, Ms Andi. And thanks for sharing some amazing posts from fellow bloggers on various interesting and insightful topics 🙂

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