Making it Personal

Now I’ve reached my final assignment for the day: write or update my “About” page. Some very good advice here, too. They really want you to polish that page and make it shine. Duh, again. It never occurred to me to talk to my readers, rather than give them a book of lists about my life.

I decided to just be me. Check it out and let me know what you think.

One thought on “Making it Personal

  1. I can understand why WordPress emphasizes the About page, because, truly, in my experience, that is the FIRST place most bloggers visit (and comment, even if it’s just with a Like) when they check out a blog.

    So they want to be sure you make it count.

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