Patti May

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STEEMIT FEED

I’ve been writing on Steemit.com, a website where you can get paid to post original content. I’m gradually building up a following there and would invite you to join me.

Below is the feed from the site showing you several of my posts. The Steemit Ramble series includes links to other posts on the site. Consider coming over and joining the site.

Steemit Ramble – Sept 5th

Steemit Ramble – Sept 5th

I was late getting started on my reading yesterday, so I’ve not posted as many links as my previous two days. I also didn’t get my post completed until this morning.

read Monday’s Steemit Ramble here

Monday’s favourite reads includes:

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Steemit Ramble – Sept 3 & 4

Steemit Ramble – Sept 3 & 4

This is a catch-up post. On September 3rd I decided to start a 30-day challenge .The challenge is to make a daily post on Steemit with notes about my favourite posts that I’ve read and upvoted on the platform.

I’ll be posting a link to the post here so that you can go over to the site with a potential reading list to get started on. IF you have no idea what I’m talking about here. Have a look at this post here.

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Steemit And The World of Cryptocurrency

Steemit And The World of Cryptocurrency

Ever heard of Cryptocurrency? Until a month ago I had sort of heard about it because I had heard about BitCoin. Then I read an article which mentioned a site called Steemit.

Being a curious sort, I went and took a look at the site. Then I dropped down a rabbit hole for almost a month. Well, not really but it has taken up some of my time this past month. It’s been interesting.

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So, What’s With the Cat?

So, What’s With the Cat?

One of the little ‘fun’ things I have started adding to my sites is the logo with the kitten peeking out at you. That is a pic I took of my youngest cat, Fawnya, when he was about eight weeks old. In the course of exploring his new world (my place), he climbed into a 2.5″ shelf. I walked into the room to find his little face peeking out. So now, he gets to peek at my guests.

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A Mini New Year

A Mini New Year

One of the blogs I’ve liked to follow over the years is Michael Hyatt’s. He writes some really great material. I was struck 2-3 years ago by one of his posts where he talked about July 1st, being the mid-point of the calendar year, is like a second new year. It’s a good point in the year to pause and evaluate where you’re at in terms of your goals for the year.

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Writing in the Digital Age

Writing in the Digital Age

As I’ve started to delve into the state of writing and publishing in this digital age, I’ve learned there is much to learn. Writing is different than in the past. I’m working to brush up my skills. I’ve been engaged over the last month or so in studying what it is to write for an online audience. We read different these days. It is necessary to write differently than if I was writing a book or paper for hard copy publication. Not so much the words I write, but how.

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Easter Renewal

Easter Renewal

Today is Easter Sunday. In the Christian calendar, this is the most important weekend of the year. Good Friday commemorates the death of Christ on the cross and leads us to the joy of Easter Sunday when he rose from the tomb.

We all experience our own Easters over the course of our lives. We don’t hang on a cross and then rise from a tomb, not literally at least.

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