The Community Pool Rocks

I started writing this post last week but I haven’t been feeling great so I’ve been a little slack I do apologise.
I would also like to thank Matt, Sheryl and Tegan who have all nominated me for various blogger awards. I really am humbled now I am almost back to normal I shall be back.

The Community Pool is an amazing post that brings bloggers together.
Until recently I’d never really taken part, I had read the rules many times but never joined in.

So I posted asking for feedback. Since my WordPress journey began I’ve had a right mixture of positive and negative comments.
I have learn’t to embrace constructive criticism and I would like to think in doing so I am becoming a better person and blogger. I have also learn’t to ignore the nastiness, this is not always easy but I’ve learn’t you can’t please everyone. I know I’m not everyone’s cup of tea and that’s totally fine, but when people get personal that’s bullying.

Thanks to the ‘Community Pool’ I feel like I’ve got my mojo back.
Thanks to Tegan for her suggestion I’ve changed my background theme and I couldn’t be happier with the way it looks.
It takes a fresh eye to tell you the truth, my original theme was dated and tame. One of the main reasons I had kept it was because I liked the colour. I previously tried to change the theme and it had ended up altering my pages strangely. But now I have found a theme that suits me so thanks Tegan.
It does make me smile when I get some encouragement. Tegan sent me a comment saying how my new theme had made all the difference. Which is nice to hear.
I have also found a new friend and a fab blog to read in Mrs Robertson over at Avoiding Neverland.

‘The Community Pool’ is a pretty inspirational place for all bloggers. It doesn’t matter if you’ve only just started or whether you’re a veteran blogger. Each of us can do with some feedback and encouragement every once in a while. I have made friends, made changes, gained followers and found new blogs to read/follow myself.

As I’m in a relatively good mood I would like to say what would you like to see on my blog?
Also any questions for me?
I shall blog the results next week before I fly to Spain.

Until next time đŸ™‚

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2 thoughts on “The Community Pool Rocks

  1. djmatticus April 26, 2013 at 7:57 pm Reply

    No suggestions from me… just keep blogging on! đŸ™‚

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