Written in the Ink blog

Written In The Ink

Written In the Ink blog

My blog is for writing, photography, art, lifestyle, and all aspects of blogging and blogger`s life.

I love being adventurous and I like to try popular things, I was also inspired by other bloggers to start my own blog, it’s been two years and I’m not looking back!

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Being pointless blog

Being pointless
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By profession I am a full time Human Resource professional. I am a full-Time wife, daughter and sister. During the day I play various roles except for Myself. My blog Being pointless is a place and where I can be myself. The blog represents me, who I am, what is on my mind.
I basically write about the little things that I observe. Life values that inspire me. Traditions that annoy me. And I share my experience, asking the readers for their opinions and experiences. Usually the things I write, I get a feedback that people can relate to it easily. Its everyday its pointless.
I am into a lot of creative and artistic things. I do wall painting, DIY projects, event management, voracious reading, travelling, singing, dancing and writing. Job is for filling stomach but rest is for filling the soul. I love my blog and am proud of finally getting the courage to do my own blog.
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Alchemist studio blog

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   The Alchemist`s studio blog 

The Alchemist`s studio blog 

The Alchemist’s Studio documents my journey with clay and experiments with the raku firing process.  Raku firing creates one of a kind glazing effects known for many dramatic patterns, textures, which adds an element of unpredictably.  For many of my raku vases, I also create a story that relates the piece of pottery to a myth or legend that the pottery evokes for me.  Art and creativity are a playful outlet for me, and my blog reflects this.

There are many exciting plans for the studio this year, including launching a line of jewelry and functional ware!  We have also just launched our Youtube channel – The Alchemist,  which will eventually be home to many videos documenting my work on the pottery wheel, firing and sculpting.

I have been inspired by my passion for art and creation and love of pottery to share my journey as a potter and the joy of working with clay!

Writer`s choice blog

My blog is entitled Writer’s Choice
I Share my thoughts on life through my writings, art and poetry. Some general Interesting facts can also be seen in on blog.

I have a deep desire and interest in writing poems and articles. Last year, in May 2017 I started off by using Blogger. I was using that for one whole year but it did not take off as expected. So, in May 2018 I decided to try out WordPress and that’s the best decision I made.

My blog is diverse. I post certain things which I am good at, which would help others to a certain extent.

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Under 1000 Skies blog

Under 1000 Skies Blog

Under 1000 Skies Blog
Our blog under1000skies is about connecting homeless creatives to each other and to the world. We showcase daily M-F photos, artwork and/or poetry on the website, social media and in our daily email. We also have gallery shows about twice a year. About once a month, we interview and honor those who serve homeless creatives (“Spotlight Saturday”). Some statistics claim that over 90 percent of us are only 2 paychecks away from being homeless. We believe there is no “us” and “them;” only “us.” Connection keeps us strong. 

ORIGIN
This blog began on November 11, 2014 on my personal blog, Niki Flow after a conversation on Twitter with author Laurence O’Brien.
Niki Flow- It begins with me.

O’Brien shared an article by Christopher Taylor called “Social Cleansing of the Homeless.” This term “Social cleansing” was an unfamiliar one, and the article was horrifying. When I responded his tweet, O’Brien invited me to do something about it. I’m an agoraphobic with panic disorder. The irony of my situation was not lost on me, but I wanted to help.

I was homeless for a short time. After two days, the pain levels from living and sleeping outside were ridiculous — and I was a teenager at the time. So this has always been something close to my heart. Some of my friends in cities around the country agreed to accept the artist packs my family and I put together to distribute in their area. Each pack includes a disposable camera, a warm scarf (for winter; baseball cap in summer) waterproof notebook, pens, lip balm, gum and a waterproof carry pouch. I have learned that our connection to each other is critical to healing our lives and to finding a way back.

I believe creativity is where we meet the best, most unfiltered parts of ourselves which we rarely show the world in our daily lives. When we play and create together, we connect deeply and really *see* each other. That was my dream. What grew from that has been connection to some of the most beautiful people I have ever met. 

Photo sociology blog

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Photo Sociology Blog 

I’m Richard and my blog is Photo sociology

I study photography with the Open College of the Arts, and we are required to start a blog in order that we can evidence our progress and development throughout the course, and as a means of submitting our assignments.

But that’s not where my journey with photography began.

Two years ago, I was on the brink of suicide due to overwhelming anxiety and paranoia. I was unable to go outside and couldn’t cope with life. A friend was very firm that something needed to change, so I ordered a camera. Very slowly and tentatively I started to go outdoors with a camera. Five minutes was more than enough to start with, but over a period of months this increased. I felt a level of safety having a camera in front of my face, and also that photography became my mindfulness practice. It never took my paranoia or anxiety away, but it helped me to cope with it.

I have progress so far since then, and on a good day I can even go up to strangers and ask them if I can take their photo. Photography has become a passion for me and this ignited my desire to study.

Although my studies are predominant on my blog, I try and use my studies to explore mental health, and especially eating disorders, along with other sociological themes.

Creative writing, poetry and essay writing are important to me and can also be found on my blog, along with a gallery of photos that are not related to my studies.

You are welcome to join me on my journey.

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Mueller musings blog

 

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Mueller musings blog 

Mueller musings blog 

I started writing a blog on December 15, 2010. My brother had died two days earlier.

I had no tears left.

I was hollow.

Not just empty.

Hollow.

There was nothing there.

Somehow, and I really don’t remember how, I started to tell Daniel’s story. I titled the blog “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother” If you would like to read about my brother, Daniel, just click on this link.  https://hairballgazette-california.blogspot.com/2010/12/he-is-gone.html

By February, I found that I was turning my grief into unstoppable work. It occurred to me that writing about it might help. And so, “Talkin’ to Myself” came into being. Here is the link to version 1. http://musingmueller.blogspot.com/2011/02/

My blog has brought me friends that I would never have met otherwise. Although I don’t write every day, I do share the projects and changes that occur in my life. There are a lot of dogs and cats, flowers and fiber arts. Lately, there is a lot of travel. Be careful, there is a bit of snark here and there!

I don’t consider myself a “writer”. I am not a “photographer”. I don’t force myself to write something or create anything. I write about the things I see and the stuff that my brain wants to sent out to the cosmos. But the blogging has helped me heal.

Grief will always be with me. But writing has helped me to accept the world as it is. Sometimes the things I write are relevant to other people.

That is a real kick.

Take a look around. You might like it.

Dear Kitty blog

Dear Kitty Blog

Blogging on animals, peace and war, science, social justice, women’s issues, arts, and much more.

When I started blogging at ModBlog in January 2005, I wrote (and I will repeat it here, to prevent it from going down with, now in 2011, Blogsome):

Dear Kitty,

Welcome, to read the diary as I write.

Like Anne Frank 63 years ago, I am starting something while unable to predict how the world around me will evolve.

I hope this will be a many-sided diary. I hope I will be able to write much on new discoveries on ancient cultures; new poems; new paintings; new scientific discoveries in medicine, the lives of birds, and much more.

However, political and economic power being in the hands where they are now, I fear that I will have to write much on “four more years” of war in Iraq and elsewhere; rich getting richer and poor getting poorer; torture in Guantanamo Bay and elsewhere; environmental destruction by corporations and governments.

Still, I hope that I will also be able to report on people fighting against these phenomena; for a better, more peaceful and just world.

In chaos theory , there is the “butterfly effect “: a butterfly in the Amazon rain forest, flapping its wings, usually does not cause a storm far away, felling mighty trees.

However, in some unusual circumstances, it does.

May there be favorable circumstances for bloggers and others speaking truth to power! “Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee”, as Muhammad Ali used to say.

Handy Concepts Arts

My name is Cheryl Handy and I am Handy Concepts Arts. My blog is titled “Drips and Spatters” and can be found on my website: https://handyconcepts.com/drips-spatters/

I’ve had the blog for several years and it was meant to be used to showcase some of my fine artwork but ultimately turned more into a safe place to post essays on things happening in my life. A recent review showed me that this had become a place I come to grieve, openly and unapologetically. And where I honor those whom I have loved deeply and have had great impact on my life. And now, those very souls are pushing me to create, to show the stories in my head, to pour myself into my art, to alleviate the mourning process.  So this year I have promised myself to get back to my art, and my life. If you decide to follow me I hope to show you more ups than downs and a lot more of my actual drips and spatters.

Cheryl Handy

Handy Concepts Art

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