It has been nearly two months since I last wrote a blogpost or published a poem or wrote about something of interest, fun, practical or even in all seriousness on my Blog. No doubt some of you might have been wondering whether I had fallen off the planet!
Never fear, however, I am most definitely still here and have been working on all sorts behind the scenes, sharing links to The Holly Tree Tales and the Blog with others, all around the world, growing and learning every day.
For the past few months, my interest and time and focus have been somewhat diverted, as I manage aspects of life within some challenging circumstances. I have continued to write daily, on all the platforms where I do so naturally, and in a variety of ways. Please follow me on Instagram and on Twitter, where you’ll find more snippets of words, and there is plenty more to engage and connect with on LinkedIn as well.
In addition, I am and have been learning more skills in the technological world, really ‘stepping up my game’, as they say. I’m currently assessing how these tools might best be employed on The Holly Tree Tales website, for the benefit of those who read and visit here for inspiration and empowerment from time to time, as well as the simply curious or those who just love reading The Blog and have signed up to receive the posts via email.
I am keen to add value to the loyal following here, grateful for every one of my Readers and visitors to this website, and hope you are finding the material on this website worthwhile to read and grow with? If so, please let your Friends know about the site and help to expand its readership with me. There will be more news and more information about changes and additions to The Holly Tree Tales, as developments happen.
If you’ve not yet hit the FOLLOW button, please do so now. Thank you! I am yet to add a subscribe button, a new tech thing to learn, but will hopefully do soon!
Before I go, just to say that if you are experiencing difficulty with any type of procrastination – and there are several faces of this, which we all have to wade through in different ways – then you might like to try out a NeuroGym programme? The Procrastination programme is very well designed to help overcome this issue effectively and well. Here is the link: http://myneurogym.com/go/?p=JAAFF7992&w=WTGPORDERPAGECONTROL
Have a fantastic day.
PS. Remember: “Love is a Verb” and our actions really do speak louder than our words. Words have power of their own … and love is seen by its fruit. Until next time!
PPS. The images featured are signed The White Space, which is another place where you will find quotes by Holly Maxwell Boydell. It is a quiet space for a little reflection online, from time to time, and has a few useful life tools there as well.