Category Archives: Writing

Did You Find My New Place?

A few weeks ago I started a new blog. It is called Amusives – Still Fueled by Chocolate. Perhaps you missed the announcement of my change of address. After all, it wasn’t exactly an earth shattering event and there was so many other things going on around the world. Trump announced his plans to remove […]
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I’ve Moved

After much thought about whether to change my blog URL, or move, I decided to move. This is my new address: https://amusives.wordpress.com/ On the surface, the new blog won’t look much different than the old for a while – but over time, I’ll get back into gear and start writing again (and the best content […]
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How Will You Find Me if I Move?

If I change my site address (that link that starts out https://), how will you find me? This is a practical question, because I am thinking about changing the site address of this blog. I started blogging almost ten years ago and my site address doesn’t feel like me anymore. Odd, isn’t it, how a […]
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WordPress Reader is Acting Strangely

Do you follow my blog in the WordPress Reader? If you do, then you might be wondering why I am reposting old stuff. The short answer is, I’m not. The WordPress Reader is doing it for me – a totally unsolicitated behaviour. The Reader is also not advertising most of my new posts. Catch 22 […]
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What Were You Doing 3287 Days Ago?

Nine years ago (the aforementioned 3287 days) I published my first blog post: Did you Get the H1N1 Flu Shot in 2009. It was not highly successful and has been viewed a grand total of 13 times. At the other end of the scale,  Tricky Questions – Thinking Outside the Box has been quite popular […]
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Your Blog – What Do Your Visitors See?

I give my blog a make-over now and then. (WordPress.com has so many themes to try). When I test drive a new one, I ask a few friends to let me know what their browser thinks of the change. Does my blog load fairly fast on their computer, phone or other device? Can they read […]
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