Everyone seems to love lists. I like lists also, but I don’t like a list with over 3 or 4 ideas to achieve a goal. I mean these lists that have 101 ways to improve your blog posts can get tiresome, don’t you think? I mean, how many tips do you need?
That may not be the best title for this blog post, but it is all I could think of at the moment. So if it doesn’t fit the post, please forgive my decision on the title.
Okay, I made my declaration for 2015 and beyond. I will not grow old.
So I’m 60 and I was told I am past my prime. Now I want to know how do they figure my prime age? Are they using prime numbers such as….
When I came up with my plan for 2015 to keep my New Year resolutions I should have written this post back then to help people. The thing was I didn’t know how it would work or how it would be accepted. Let me explain.
That’s right, I’m back and ready to go. Sorry for the break I took for a few months. I didn’t think it would be that long, but things happen.
There’s been a great deal going on and before I really get back into blogging on Health in the Laugh Lane I want to bring you up to date on a few projects and also tell you about what I see as the future.
It’s been a long time since I’ve posted on here and I’m sorry. I just couldn’t seem to come with a worthwhile story from my brain. I don’t think it was writer’s block as much as my brain just wasn’t into writing anything. I know that’s not a good attitude, but it is what it is.
My plans are focused on giving you a better experience when coming to this blog. To do that I had to do some thinking about this write for Google thinking. Everything I have heard from others when Google Authorship was around was that to get Google to notice you and pick up the blog you needed to write original content 90% of the time. Which makes for some serious work.
To me this is one of the wonders of the world that for the life of me I can’t figure out. People cringe at hearing the word health. That isn’t all people, but a great majority so far.
How about you? Are you one of those that dislikes or even hates the word health? Do you get sick of people writing about it, telling you about it or even lecturing you about yours? How bad is it anyway?