To let out your creative spirit, don’t compare yourself to others, learn how to think and visualize where you want to be in life, without setting limits for your potential, by feeling worse off, or not as capable of achieving the same. Everything takes time, forgiveness, building a following, and coming up with ideas as you go, of how to maintain that audience. You get better overtime. Always continue to further your education, read books, follow blogs, practice you communication skills, do things that build your confidence in life, not engage in activities that make you appear to have low self-esteem. You can’t build a website, without having a purpose in life, don’t expect others to keep tabs on you while you are lost and disorganized, that’s something you learn later in life with experience, that the better you are, the more responsibilities you are given in life, sometimes you are asked to do things in life for others, and sometimes no one bothers to mention what needs work, or share their criticisms in life. Its usually the case that when you don’t hear from someone that theyre doing okay, its customary to share accomplishments and good news with your Dad, and handle everything else with your Mom, online, once you become a blogger, its when they don’t hear from you they stop following, I’m not sure whether they worry, or just find other things to do or read. Its not as competitive as it looks blogging, attentions are always shared, like a mixed newsfeed, that’s about 10% of your attention span (energy it takes to read), that would be the goal in times of trauma, not be a difficult read. Don’t feel overwhelmed, but its important to care as a writer for your audience, not in a mothering or nurturing way, just be detail oriented, and as organized as you can be with your thoughts or whatever it is youre sharing in life.
 Amazon Book Writing Inc. (Book #1)
 Keidi Keating (Book #2) (1/2)
 Torah Bontrager (Blog Advice)