Welcome to the Weekly Link Roundup for November 12.
The Best Links of the Week
- Author Debby Kaye submitted an interesting post on the laws of karma, what goes around comes back to you. Her post stresses the importance of thinking good thoughts, putting positive energy out to the universe, so good things return to you in boomerang style. I enjoyed reading the comments as well as the post. Debby writes for authors. One of them inquired about the ability to get one million readers if he put good thoughts out to the universe like she suggests. He asked if his heart’s desire, the one million readers, will come back to him. If you want to know Debby’s answer, you will have to read her post, The Laws of Attraction. Debby was born and bred in Toronto, Canada where she currently lives.
- We have a theme at the Weekly Roundup today. Nigerian Olubukola Ogunniyi’s post Ignore the Negative Noise Around You is inspirational like Debby’s. While Debby stresses the need for putting out positive vibes in the universe, Olubukola explains negativity is going to exist. What is important is that we ignore it.
- When Matt Banner submitted his link to the International Weekly Roundup, I was thrilled. I am an avid reader of Matt’s blog. Matt infuses his posts with his humor as well as his knowledge. Head over to OnBlastBlog, and read Matt’s article Before Starting a Blog. He takes new bloggers on a journey from inception to actually making money from blogging. His article is so thorough, it actually includes 40 tips. According to Matt, “It’s a 7 chapter, actionable guide to help people set up a successful blog (emphasis on successful!)”. Matt hails from Utah.
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I hope you enjoyed this week’s selections.
What is your opinion about them? Do you agree with Debby or Olubukola Ogunniyi? Can we prevent negativity in the world like Debby suggests? Did you have a chance to check out Matt’s post? Which was his most valuable tip for bloggers? I look forward to your views.