It's been said too many times over and over again, that quality time spent with the people you love is what really counts and matters! The more it's said, the more it starts to sound like a cliché to your ears, however, nothing steers closer to the truth than these phrase!
We were, and still are so happy celebrating that our loving college-freshman daughter is home (yay) spending Christmas break with us, that the happiness has stolen me a little bit away from my readers, sorry about that guys!
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Doing the laundry is not anyone's favorite pastime. It happens to be that doing the laundry is NOT really one chore, as it disguises with many, many other chores in itself. You have to sort, you wash, you dry, you fold, THEN you have to put them away, AND there are always items that need ironing!
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There is no secret to the fact that having beautiful pictures on your blog posts is the key to social media engagement. Adding beautiful images to your posts is a must if you want to have successful results, and have your followers and visitors sharing your post all over their social media.
Everybody is drawn to beautiful images because they entice all senses, in addition to summarizing the whole concept of your post in one simple glance. To me, personally, it goes like this: "if I like what I see, I'll read it".
Surveys show that posts with images get shared a whooping 87% more that posts with no images at all, so indeed it is major component of a successful post. Crazy enough, many people share posts, just because they fall in love with the image, even if they did not completely read it.