I have some great blogs for you all this week. First we take a journey to a farm. Then we visit a blog about young women and how they view themselves. Our third blog takes us to a lovely island were innocence and pure hearts still reside. Finally, we finish off with a hunt for a ghost, have fun.
Visit the farmlet and read about a typical day you will be glad you visited this amazing blog.
Ever wondered what young women think of themselves today? This is a jaw dropper
Fancy a view of Island life? This blog will enchant you with its simpleness.
Have you ever fancied going on a ghost hunt? This is the blog for you then.
Now we come to our regular shout out for Bloggers for Peace 2013. This week I would like to share with you this interesting post.
That concludes Giving Something Back 17. I hope you have enjoyed your journey this week, please come back and tell me what you liked. Until next week, take care.
Wow do I have a treat for you this week. I went to visit a writer friend of mine and I found a real pearl on her blog. A doctor who wanted to experience childbirth to put an end to the question “could man experience the pain of childbirth?” The resulting video is a must see.
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I usually bring up topics that are all girlie, but that isn't fair. So, today let's even things out a bit. Today, I want to talk about how tough guys are.
I mean, there's a ton of guy-stuff they can do better than us. Like punch things... grill outdoors... kill spiders. In the battle of the sexes, they prove to be stronger in many ways, including their tolerance for pain.
In order to get a message across to others we need to speak their language. Find common ground between us and the people we want to teach. How do our children learn best, maybe it could be through play and interaction with the world around them?
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Hello this week in “Giving Something Back” we have posts that discuss various subjects. We take a look at appreciation, poverty, success and art. After you have finished these we have our usual shout out for Blogger for Peace 2013. I hope you enjoy the choices I have made this week and come back and tell me which you resonated with you the most.
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Hello, it nice to be back giving a shout out for all those wonderful artists out there. This week we have art, poetry, a real life journal and a post about the late Margaret Thatcher. We also have our regular shout out for Bloggers For Peace 2013 and the related articles are also great reading.
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So here we are again, at the regular Saturday post that shouts out for all those great bloggers out there. I can’t believe that I have been doing this for three months now. If you feel like doing something similar on your own blog, please do so. Give something back to our writing community, I promise you will be glad you did. This week we have another great line up of fabulous bloggers to showcase, so here we go.
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Hello everyone and welcome to Aprils book reviews. This month I have three very different books for you. I can’t believe it was November last year, that I started these reviews. This will be my seventh and I have made some wonderful friends along the way.
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We all have a little bit of voyeur in us, right?
That's why reality shows, celebrity magazines, and tours of celeb homes are so popular.
I'll admit that famous houses intrigue me. I mean, I'm not going to buy a house just because so and so lived in it, but I think it's cool and interesting to look at the homes of famous people.
I am no great expert on Ghana, so I apologize to those of you that are but I did once spend a month traveling around there. I found the Ghanese people to be peace loving and happy with just a few precious possessions. Things that you or I, would definably argue are basic needs, such as food water and shelter.
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