A Conversation, Not A Code

Lets talk about it:


Writing has become a way for me to express myself as a creative. I enjoy the freedom of writing about my own journey through this thing called life as well as commenting on current events that greatly impact our culture. When I made the conscious decision to start writing again on a digital and open format I wanted to familiarize myself with what was out there. There is a wealth of information available at the tap of our fingers on the information superhighway (Do we still refer to the internet in this way?). Let me tell you dear reader, there is a lot out there! There are so many different kinds of blogs that cover a plethora of topics.

This blog piece about blogs showcases the amount of blogs and topics that exist. It’s a great resource for those of you interested in starting your own blog and exploring what your niche may be. I have included a short list of blogs that reflect my interests as a writer, reader, educator, and woman of color.

Little Bins for Little Hands

Tricia Tierney’s blog

The Art of Blogging

Live Life and Learning

Literary Hub

Madame Noire

Hello Beautiful

Math Geek Mama

These are just a small snippet of what I read on a daily and weekly. What about you dear reader? Do you like to read blogs? If so, what are some topics that are of interest to you? I am looking forward to you sharing. Blessings.

3 thoughts on “A Conversation, Not A Code

      1. Unfortunately, I don’t read a ton of blogs due to time constraints. I am a steady reader in a few however. It’s nice to receive an authentic take on things from another individual. Occasionally I feel some people close to me, tell me what they think I want to hear. Thank you for the list, and I look forward to visiting the blogs shared.

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