Rage is a Reason to Blog!

Rage is a Reason to Blog!

If you are angry – then breathe and blog!

Don’t blow up, blog it out!  Anger,  anxiety and angst…yes we have been dealing with negative noise – constant communique 24/7 online, on TV news, in mags and rags.

COVID19 a worldwide pandemic; illnesses; death; job loss; high prices of food; high unemployment; shut downs; school closings; social distancing, uncertainty and then the killings of innocents by cops and other neighborhood watch members on national tv.

Not 1 but 2 black men were a catalyst for catastrophe… additional anger, anxiety and angst times a million.  Several weekends we watched peaceful  protests turn into chaotic chaos with looting and riots across every major city in the United States, Europe, Canada…literally across the world.

Anti-African Americans and antagonists pretending to care about #BLM started fires, spray painted walls, wearing gas masks and carrying umbrellas to shield their identity…how are you doing today?

Rage is a Reason to Blog!

 How are you coping?

 How are you contributing to the cause?

 Don’t Blow Up Blog Up!

There are several reasons to start a blog.. If you are feeling frustrated…grab a pad and pencil; open an app on your phone; attach a mic to your Mac or PC and start a blog!

You can listen to the entire podcast episode on these and other platforms.

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SoundCloud: https://bit.ly/RageIsAReason2Blog-SoundCloud

After listening to Episode #10 of Blog Your Way to a Business Profit, make sure you take a mental break to read some of this week’s posts from the Traffic Jam Weekend Linky Party and be sure to share a few of your own!



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These are the featured posts from Traffic Jam Weekend #238…

    Michelle chose No Justice. No Peace: Key Resources to Support the Fight Against Racial Injustice from Urban Naturale. “As a white ally, I will be putting these resources to good use.” Antionette also chose this post. “She provided so many great resources for everyone when it comes to racial inequality. Knowledge is powerful.”     Laurie chose Easter nEggotiation from Agent 54. “It gave me a much needed chuckle as I was reading it. Plus it has my favorite things like bunnies and poultry.”     Sonni chose KOFTA (MEATBALL) CURRY from Treat and Trick. “All in favor of curry, say ‘Aye.’ Aye! These meatballs look good. The baked option seems the way to go for an easy weekday meal.”     Lisa chose Stop Bugging Me: Safe And Natural Pest Control from Urban Naturale. “Always looking for ways to be safe and natural around my family and animals. Love all the easy and cost effective recipes.”     Evelyn chose Renny’s Recipes: Air Fryer Pizza (Gluten Free!) from 3 Winks Design. “I am always looking for great air fryer recipes.” Kimberly also chose this post. “Another great recipe to try in my air fryer. Teen Deuce can have his own personal pan pizza!”     Tracy chose Seeing Stars Throw Pillow-Free Crochet Pattern from EyeLoveKnots. “This would jazz up any couch for the 4th.” This post also had the most views.   Thank you featured bloggers for sharing! Your posts will be pinned (slowly but surely) to the Traffic Jam Weekend Linky Party Pinterest board. Please grab a special Traffic Jam Weekend featured button below to display on your blog.  
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