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Zero to Hero: Who’s my dream reader?

Blogging 101, Day six: Write to Your Dream Reader: – Better late than never!

So who is my dream reader?  Since this is all still new to me, I can’t say for sure who my dream reader would be.  I have a few ideas though.

The “I agree with you” reader:

In the hope that I am not alone in my thoughts, I write to you that agree with me.  You have the same vision that the world, our country, your town, our lives, the schools or whatever can be better.  You would also agree with me that most of this is not heading in that direction.  It’s not that it’s all doomsday stuff, just things are not quite right.  Here is a list of things you would agree with: Read the rest of this entry »

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Are you mad at the shopping cart or the world around you?

Do you ever get ticked off about something and wonder why no one else is? It could be at work, personal life, something in the media or just something you see a stranger do in your day to day travels.  I like to view myself as a happy person however I feel I am coming down with an anger management problem. The thing is, I don’t know if this is an actual problem or a reaction to the events that surround me.

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Let’s explore this:

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