How To Stay Creative With Your Blog — Jenny in Neverland

So you’ve started a blog and are super motivated to do ALL THE THINGS. But after a while – whether that’s a couple of weeks, a couple of months or years – you feel that initial creativity dwindling. We’ve all been there – I certainly have. How to stay creative with your blog is something…

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3 Responses to How To Stay Creative With Your Blog — Jenny in Neverland

  1. SLIMJIM says:

    How’s your neck of the wood with the fear of the virus?

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    • The County government is in denial. We had a first case a few days ago admitted to a local hospital, but the county doesn’t count the person as he’s a resident of a nearby county. Talk about head in the sand. For local venues, many are erring on the side of caution and shutting down for several weeks or longer. Where I volunteer, we are shutting down for 2 weeks minimum. They will re-evaluate once the 2 weeks comes close to ending.

      I am not worried as either I will get it or I won’t. I am doing the hand washing thing, but I do that anyway as needed. I was behind a woman in a store and she had 1 1/2 cases of toilet paper, 3 bottles of bleach, among other things.

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