10 New Blogger Tips that Every Blogger has to Implement

By |2019-06-27T01:41:01+00:00January 8th, 2019|Blogging and Business, Tips and Tricks|36 Comments
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I’ve been blogging for almost 8 months now and there are a lot of new blogger tips that I started implementing from Day 1.

The New Year has just begun, and apart from improving my drawing skills, I want to implement more traffic tips to increase my Blog Traffic.

Last month, I managed to hit my 50K Pageviews mark. And I am so over the moon.

But I wouldn’t have gotten to this point unless I implemented the blogging basics that a lot of Newbie Bloggers tend to ignore when they initially start blogging.

I too have ignored a lot of that advice and made tons of blogging mistakes in my first blog, so I failed to grow the way I wanted to. I didn’t make the same mistakes when I started my second Blog.

Now, if you don’t have a blog, then you can look at my ultra cool step-by-step guide that teaches you how to build a profitable blog from scratch!

It’s extremely crucial to pay attention to the nitty gritty of blogging.

And in this Blog Post, I will discuss all the new blogger tips that actually got me to 50K pageviews. This also includes tips that I learned in my Blogging journey.

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Ready? Let’s begin!

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1. Post Quality Content.

If you’ve been following my posts for a while, you know that I stress on this point more often than not.

Your main aim should be to cover a topic as extensively as you can.

And if someone lands on your Blog post to figure out a solution to their problem, they shouldn’t have to move on to other Blogs to clear their doubts.

That’s how thorough and extensive your blog posts should be.

Hunting for clients can be very difficult if you don't have a strategy.

Long form content performs way, way better than shorter pieces.

And the audience you attract with your long form content, is the type you want to convert into email subscribers. Because these are the people that are actually looking to improve their lives or businesses.

They really want to change. So, long form content is definitely what they’re looking for. This increases your chances of your blog posts going viral!

2. Give it all away.

A lot of Bloggers feel that giving a lot of information away is bad for business because they’d rather save that content for their eBooks and eCourses.

Don’t do that.

Give it away.

This is one of the best ways to build trust and engagement.

It's a Stray Curls Promise.

I promise.

You can use your eBooks and eCourses to delve in deeper into the topics you talk about on a regular basis on your Blog.

There is no way for your readers to know if your eBooks and eCourses are a good fit for them unless you pump up the quality of your Blog Posts.

When they start reading your Blog, they should fall in love with your writing, the way you break down things to them.

That’s exactly what is going convert your Blog traffic into sales.

For instance, in this post, I talk about producing Quality Content. However, there is more to it than that.

In my eBook The Secret Sauce to Skyrocketing your Blog traffic, I talk about finding low-competition keywords that will help you rank on Google’s Front page, writing titles that gains clicks and explain in detail about the types of posts you need to create for different call-to-actions.

Learn how to grow your Blog traffic with these strategic tips that top bloggers have used to gain 100K pageviews. Includes indepth SEO and keyword strategies and so much more! Also includes 3 Bonuses.

It’s over 180 pages and obviously is a super meaty guide for Bloggers who want to get serious with their content and their blog.

At the same time, I make sure that every Blog post I write is in between 2000-6000 words and provides tons of value.

Why?

Because that’s how people will know that I am serious about teaching. I want people to understand that I don’t just skim over points. I delve deep into it!


3. It’s okay to be overwhelmed.

A lot of Bloggers who are just starting out don’t know where to start. They immediately start comparing themselves to successful bloggers and admonish everything they even think of posting.

Don’t. Do. That.

Do not compare your beginning to someone else’s middle.

In the beginning, it's totally acceptable to make blogging mistakes. This is how you grow your blog. Girl hitting head on wall illustration.

That’s not fair to you.

Everyone starts by taking the first step.

Start somewhere. There’s no need to be perfect in the beginning. I started this blog, blogging about art, creativity and blogging before I decided to stick with just Creativity and Blogging.

From wanting to blog about everything that popped into my head, my blog slowly evolved to blogging about tips that helped women start their own online businesses and cultivate them to stand out from the norm!

I realized that it was my true calling as I, myself started a Business from scratch. And I want to teach others the same!

It took me a while to narrow down my niche. And I was only able to do that by getting everything out of my system and listening to what my readers wanted from me.

4. Do a lot of research on your Blog’s Target Audience

This is by far the most important thing you will read in this Blog Post. Mostly because, if you don’t blog with your target audience in mind, you are in fact blogging in the dark.

Every blog post you write must accomplish two things:

1. It should align with your Business Goals: Meaning, it should in some way help you either create Brand Awareness or promote a product (that you may have created or want to create) or generate leads.
2. It should help your readers actually solve a problem and be useful: Remember what I said earlier about building trust? By continuously under-promising and over-delivering, you will grow your Blog exponentially.

By paying attention to these 2 points, you will be creating content that brings you more traffic for years to come! And your bounce rate will automatically reduce, resulting in better ranks on Search Engines and more traffic!


5. You’re not going to make money right away.

I hate to burst your bubble, but it's very difficult to grow all by yourself. At some point, you will need to network with other Bloggers in your niche as you grow.

I hate to burst your Bubble but a lot of us expect to become rich within 30 days.

Okay, I know you read a lot of income reports where bloggers make $3451 in their 6th month blogging.

But please understand that there is a back story behind these income reports.

In my case, I had a blog before this one. And I am an Illustrator and Comic Artist with a huge audience before I started this second Blog.

People already knew me. I had ongoing and referral clients. And I had 3 years of experience freelancing before I started this blog.

Meaning, I wasn’t starting my Business from absolute scratch and I wasn’t scared to invest money in my new Blog.

Did I have products that flopped and completely didn’t sell?

Hell yes!

Did I make money with my first blog?

Not if you count peanuts as money, then no. I made close to nothing in one year on my first blog.

By not structuring your blog correctly, or not deciding your niche properly, growing your blog will be difficult. That's why it's very important to choose a profitable niche before starting a blog.

I’m sharing this with you because I want you to understand that not every project pans out. For every 10 fails, you’ll have 1 success.

That number will fluctuate.

But in the end, it’s worth it. Because that 1 success teaches us what works and what doesn’t. With every product you release, or method you try out, you get one step closer to success.

Remember that.

So, please, please don’t feel disheartened if it’s been a few months and you’ve made very little money. It’s okay. It’s normal.

Just focus on producing quality content for your target audience, gaining traffic that converts and blog with a plan.

Create a Blog Plan at least 3 months in advance. By which, I mean to list out all the possible blog post titles you need to write out in the next 3 months.

Meera Kothand taught me that. She’s one hell of a Blogger.

Email marketing is a very good way to earn clients. Meera Kothand is the Queen of Email Marketing.

After your 3 months are done, see which posts did really well. And accordingly, plan to push out a product.

By the end of 6 months, aim to push out at least 1 product and market the hell out of it. I will be writing more about this, soon.

6. Understand the concept of sales funnels.

Blogging is so versatile that you can make money blogging in different ways! Learn how each technique works.

This diagram shows how a customer moves through a sales funnel. After reading your blog, your prospective reader signs up to receive your emails, and eventually buys from you thus becoming a customer!

And focus on 2-3 at a time.

You can write affiliate posts, create products and sell them on your Blog, sell courses, or monetize via ads. Aside from this, you can use your Blog to gain clients and provide services to them.

I currently have 2 sales funnels implemented in my Blog. I talk about how I’ve implemented sales funnels using ConvertKit in this post.

And I plan on adding a whole lot more as time goes by.

Which brings me to my next very important point…


7. Believe in yourself.

I truly believe in the power of positivity and not taking no for an answer when it comes to success.

When I started this Blog, I told myself, “No matter what happens, I am going to power through until this Blog starts making money and helps me bring home the bacon.”

I didn’t back down.

Yes, I did have some bad days. There were weeks when I would not even see a dime pour in, but I did not give up.

There were products that I created with a lot of hope that flopped. But I just marked it as just another failure and continued to create products.

I did my research and kept pushing. And last month, I was able to make a little over $700 just in digital product sales.

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There were times when I’d get some nasty comments on Instagram. Mostly because I made comics on hair and nothing else. Some were racist, some were just plain mean. But I never gave up.

I learned how to reply to internet bullies and trolls and got back up on my feet.

Even when my account developed a glitch at 181K followers, I took a break for a whole year and started a brand new spanking account under the same name. Sure, it will take me a lot of time to grow back to 181K, but I don’t believe in quitting.

It goes to show that things do click, if you push hard enough and do your research.

You cannot fail if you believe in yourself and work hard.

It’s impossible to fail.

8. Do not pinch pennies when it comes to your Blog.

Do not pinch pennies, when you're starting your Blog. A good hosting and theme will take you a long way. And these are the essentials to every money-making blog.

Invest in good quality hosting and a good theme.

I cannot emphasize on this enough. Design is everything.

Whoever told you that you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, shoot them.

Not literally of course.

But yes, if I land on someone’s blog and it’s full of ads, and has a crappy free wordpress theme, I realize that money is all the Blogger thinks about and this Blog is obviously a hobby. I click away instantly.

And I’m not the only one.

Would you buy a product from a blog that looked like www.ilovecups.weebly.com?

No?

Obviously! It looks fishy!

Having a free wordpress theme is the tell-tale sign of a new blogger. Do not make this mistake.

And spammy. Why would you trust your money to a website that doesn’t even have the resources to invest in decent hosting?

It’s okay to invest a bit of money in a good theme and hosting even if you’re not making money from your Blog yet. Because a good theme will take you a long, long way.

Starting on the right foot at least when it comes to design, is a good way to grow your Blog. People trust you and you build better engagement. Once your traffic grows, you will be able to monetize your Blog easily.

Divi WordPress Theme

9. Be authentic.

Don’t be afraid to write in your voice. Don’t be shy. And don’t be nervous.

Let your inner self shine through your Blog.

I crack a lot of jokes. Some of them are PJs but I don’t care. I’m being myself. Some might find my lines and illustrations cheesy or childish, but hey!

I’m not everyone’s cup of tea. And I am totally okay with that.

For every 1 person that clicks away, I gain a 100 more who subscribe to my list.

Two people may be telling the same story, but the way they tell it will be different. That’s what matters.

Infuse your personality in your writing. Write like you are having a 1 on 1 conversation with your reader.


10. Be consistent.

It’s very, very difficult to write consistently every single week. But it’s totally possible.

Making a plan in advance will help you blog consistently. Once you have your Blog topics in hand, all you need to do is research and flesh out each post.

You may also like: How to plan your Blog content for a whole year and crush it!

That’s why it’s important to have a blogging schedule.

By being consistent, and constantly pushing out high quality blog posts, your readers will know what to expect from you and when.

And if your website is updated regularly, Search Engines will understand that your blog is relevant and up to date and will boost your posts. After all, Search Engines want to provide the most useful content to its users.

By proving that you’re consistent and provide high value information, Search Engines’ Algorithms will automatically rank your posts higher.

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And here’s a bonus point to help you on your Blogging journey.

11. Be patient.

It can be super irritating to wait for things to pick up especially when we live in a world where everything arrives to us with a snap of our fingers.

But success takes time. No one is an overnight success. If your blog is not making money right now, don’t fret.

It takes time to be recognized, to create posts that flood the internet and win over an audience. So, take courage.

By blogging consistently, you will automatically learn how to write a blog and grow your blog exponentially.

Don’t lose hope. And never stop blogging.

Constantly research on how you can improve your Blog and implement 1 new tip every week. Measure your results. Check your Analytics weekly and see what’s working and what isn’t.

This is by far the best way to grow as a Blogger.

Here are some free resources to help you in your Blogging Journey. You can:

  1. Download my 12 page free Blog Planner (comes with stickers)
  2. Take my 5 day free email course that teaches you how to increase your Blog Traffic
  3. Learn some pointers on how I started a successful money-making blog
  4. Read how I implemented Sales Funnels to automatically sell my digital products using ConvertKit
  5. 13 Easy Ways to Market your Blog Online
  6. 13 reasons why your Blog isn’t making money.

And with that, I will bid thee a lovely farewell.

What is your biggest fear as a newbie blogger? Let me know in the comments below!

About the Author:

Angela is a 26 year old Illustrator and Comic Artist living in Bangalore, India with her husband and 2 cute little Labrador retrievers who resemble a cream-bun and a chocolate kiss.

36 Comments

  1. Ellen | Ask Away Blog January 9, 2019 at 12:28 pm - Reply

    Thank you so much for this advice because even as a blogger that’s been around for a while – these are great reminders.

    • Angela Vaz January 9, 2019 at 1:05 pm - Reply

      Hey Ellen,

      Your Blog is so pretty! And I simply love your header.

      Thank you so much! Yes, you’re right. We often concentrate on the complicated stuff and forget the most basic advice, haha.

      Lots of love and wishing you a very happy and bright New Year!
      Angela

  2. Latha January 10, 2019 at 12:50 pm - Reply

    These are great reminders for all blogfer. It is very tempting to just publish an article ..rather than focusing on quality.

    • Angela Vaz January 11, 2019 at 5:33 am - Reply

      Hey Latha,

      Thank you so much! Yes, there is so much that goes into writing a blog post. 😀 I’m going to make a very detailed article on it soon!

      Lots of love,
      Angela

  3. Irene January 18, 2019 at 5:52 pm - Reply

    Thank you so much for your suggestion. As a foreigner from Taiwan, is there any difficulty for applying a blog?

    • Angela Vaz January 20, 2019 at 2:23 am - Reply

      Hello Irene,

      I don’t understand. Anyone can start a blog! 😀 You don’t need to apply anywhere, sweetheart. Here’s my guide for starting a step-by-step blog all by yourself.

      https://straycurls.com/start-money-making-blog-2018/

      Please let me know if you have any other questions and I’ll be more than happy to help you out.

      Love,
      Angela

  4. kkshitija January 28, 2019 at 12:25 pm - Reply

    Can You suggest any theme rather than divi or elegant themes

  5. Praghalya February 10, 2019 at 11:59 am - Reply

    Hi Angela, Love your post.. Love your comics and I always wanted to learn draw comics.. Can you please post basic of creating comics

    • Angela Vaz February 12, 2019 at 3:51 am - Reply

      Hello Praghalya,

      Thank you so much! That’s so sweet. I think I’ll make a course soon. 😀

      Warm regards,
      Angela

  6. Kristen February 12, 2019 at 5:01 am - Reply

    I just love your post. Very helpful article for new bloggers.

    • Angela Vaz February 18, 2019 at 11:43 am - Reply

      Thank you so much Kristen. You’re such a sweetie pie. <3

  7. Hannah March 5, 2019 at 4:46 pm - Reply

    Thanks so much for the tips! I’ve definitely noticed that my blog isn’t growing as fast as I’d like and while part of that is due to my only being able to post once a week (recipe testing takes time, and I’m still at school!), I’m planning on moving from my free theme (kale) to a paid one soon as I definitely feel like it’s part of what’s slowing down my site (plus it isn’t as customisable as I’d like). Do you have any tips for choosing the right theme? I’m looking at perhaps sprinkle pro by restored 316, but I’m not sure exactly how I would know if it’s right for my blog.

    I’m also wondering exactly how you get such high click-through rates on pinterest? I use tailwind the same way that you suggest in your other post about it, and while I’ve seen some improvement, the CTR and repin rates are still lower than I’d like (although pinterest is still my main source of traffic.

    Thanks!

    • Angela Vaz March 21, 2019 at 2:57 am - Reply

      Hey Hannah,

      I simply love your Blog. I loved chatting with you via email too. 🙂

      I think every Blog takes time to grow. Mine certainly did! But once it started growing and I had around 30 posts on my Blog, high pageviews definitely became easier to achieve.

      I love the idea for the theme you’ve chosen! 😀 But I’d definitely recommend Divi because it’s highly customizable and a drag and drop theme! No coding. Nada. 🙂 Plus you have different layouts and different options. Meaning if you want a totally different look 1 year from now, you can just do a few switcheroos. It’s one of the things most Bloggers love about Divi!

      Attaching a link below:
      https://www.elegantthemes.com/affiliates/idevaffiliate.php?id=40198_5_1_18

      I think I just replied to your Pinterest problem via email. But please feel free to let me know if you have any further questions and I’ll be more than happy to help you out!

      Peaches and Cream
      Angela

  8. Suzie March 13, 2019 at 6:48 pm - Reply

    Hi Angela!

    I’ve just fallen in love with your blog. 🙂 And this post is amazing and really helpful! Thank you for sharing. 🙂
    I think I am most afraid of failure… That I spend a lot of time with blogging, doing research and so on, and no one reads my blog. I am far away from making money from it… But I know that I am persistent and I don’t want to give up. And success will come, right? 🙂
    Anyway, how much time do you spend with blogging? And how to manage your time properly?
    Thank you!

    • Angela Vaz March 21, 2019 at 2:39 am - Reply

      Hey Suzie,

      You are too kind! Thank you.

      Fear of failure is something almost every Blogger will experience at some point in time. Don’t worry. It’s completely natural. The thing about blogging is it’s like rowing your boat into a dark tunnel. You never know if you’re going to make it out the other end. But trust me, if you are patient, consistent and constantly provide value, all that’s left to do is set up some sort of monetization strategies and you will rock your blog!

      Success will come. Provided you don’t give up. To be completely honest, I don’t spend much time blogging these days, because I am primarily an Illustrator and Comic Artist. Blogging is a means for me to get more clients and help re-enforce my Brand.

      But managing time is easy once you have a dedicated timetable. Sort out your activities for the week. Create a time-table. And I swear within a month, it will become super easy! Once your blogging process becomes streamlined, it’s a piece of cake. For more info on how I manage my time, read this post.

      https://straycurls.com/hacks-ultra-productive-blogger/

      Hope this helps!
      Angela

  9. jumana attarwala March 14, 2019 at 5:29 am - Reply

    I would like to thank you for sharing your thoughts and experiences through blogging well I have always wanted to start blogging but some or the other thing just set me back from starting to blog I just don’t know how should I start a blog like this please if you could help me out in some or the other way it would mean the world to me thanks once again 😘😘💖

  10. Laura March 17, 2019 at 10:37 am - Reply

    Hi Angela!! Thank you for the great tips! I finally took the step and started a blog myself after thinking about it for months. At first I thought I should wait because I’m currently finishing up my university degree but I realized that it will probably never be a good time and just did it anyways! The first week was super difficult, I didn’t know a lot about blogging or techie things so building my blog took some effort but now it’s up and running! My next step is to figure out how to make this into a business eventually so your tips were more than welcome! Thank you again and I hope you’ll have great Sunday!

    • Angela Vaz March 21, 2019 at 3:04 am - Reply

      Hey Laura!

      Thank you so much for the lovely compliment. I absolutely love your Blog. And yes, in the beginning you get to learn a lot of things, so there’s a huge information overload. Not to mention the number of things you have to master in the first month of Blogging!

      But I’m super glad you’ve started your Blog. I have a few tips.

      Insert pictures after each point in your posts. It will make it easier to read. Second, apply to become an Amazon Affiliate and insert more products. Text based works best! I loved reading your skin care routine and I am also a fan of InnisFree! 😀

      Lots of love,
      Angela

  11. Roshan Aryal March 24, 2019 at 1:13 am - Reply

    Really helpful post
    I have been blogging for 1 year
    But I failed
    Now I am seroius about blogging and I started hosting my site to wordpress rather than blogger.com

    • Angela Vaz March 25, 2019 at 5:39 am - Reply

      Hey Roshan,

      Thank you so much!

      And failing is good! It helps you grow faster because now you know what mistakes to avoid. 😀 And WordPress rocks!

      Wishing you all the best!
      Angela

  12. Nataša April 3, 2019 at 7:50 am - Reply

    Hey, Angela!
    I love love love your blog and your style of writing and drawing! BTW do you draw by hand or on the computer?
    I am sooooo scared of starting a blog. I know that I have a lot to learn, especially, since I’m not very ‘at home’ with all these techie stuff. And I feel there is so much of blogs out there with the same topics. But as you said (wrote, actually :-)) everybody has a different style of writing and explainig, so the same thing can be written in million different ways. I think your blog made a final click in me to start one myself.
    I am researching right now and writing ideas about topics I am interested in so I don’t forget them.
    Thanks for all the knowledge you are sharing!

    Love, Nataša

    • Angela Vaz April 8, 2019 at 4:57 am - Reply

      Hey Nataša!

      Thank you so much! All of my illustrations are hand-drawn on a digital tablet. I use Wacom with Photoshop and sometimes an iPad with Procreate. You don’t need a tablet all the time! You can create them with just Adobe Illustrator and a mouse. I have a course here that shows how you can do this!
      https://maryangela.teachable.com/p/illustrator-extraordinaire

      Yes, I truly believe that everyone has a different style of explaining. And that’s why people are attracted to different Bloggers. 😀 I’m super glad that I’ve inspired you to start your own. Here is my step-by-step guide if you’d like to start one.
      https://straycurls.com/start-money-making-blog-2018/

      Additionally, it does take time to learn how to blog. And you will only get better by publishing post after post. It’s a lot of fun and money definitely takes 6-9 months to roll in but once that happens, there is no turning back!

      Please let me know if you ever run into any hiccups and I’ll be more than happy to help you!

      Lots of love,
      Angela

  13. Shayley April 12, 2019 at 2:29 am - Reply

    Hi Angela!

    I am obsessed with your graphic art and drawings, this whole blog is beautiful! Thank you for these tips, I’m also a new blogger and your article is very encouraging. You have given me courage to keep going!

    Thank you and feel free to check out my blog- she’s pretty new!

    • Angela Vaz April 16, 2019 at 4:43 am - Reply

      Hey Shayley!

      Thank you so much for your sweet words.

      I already visited your Blog yesterday. Your posts are perfect. But remove the shareaholic ads that display on the bottom. You don’t want to divert traffic to other Blogs. They look spammy too. I would also suggest removing ads from your Homepage.

      Otherwise you’re doing great! 😀

      Wishing you all the best!
      Angela

  14. Vee April 15, 2019 at 10:11 pm - Reply

    Girl! This post was EVERYTHING! I absolutely love it. Your illustrations gave this post so much life! You spoke your truth and I 100% agree. I just started blogging in January and it is crazy hard and sometimes stressful but I absolutely love it. Definitely pinning this and subscribing. This was an inspiring post that every new blogger should read. Thank you for the wealth of information, and taking the time out to share it.

    • Angela Vaz April 16, 2019 at 5:22 am - Reply

      Hey Vee!

      You just made my day! Thank you so much.

      I absolutely love illustrating because I get to add pops of color everywhere.

      Blogging is hard. It’s definitely not easy. But that’s why I love it so much. It’s challenging and it never gets boring! And with time, it gets easier as you define your niche and gain an audience. 🙂

      You’re already on the right track! Just keep going.

      Lots of love,
      Angela

  15. Defne April 23, 2019 at 1:28 pm - Reply

    Hey! I’m a beginner and your article encouraged me. Thank you. Blogging is stressful because I’m trying to find good subjects to write so it’s hard a bit. I hope my blog will be famous like yours. Love youu

    • Angela Vaz April 30, 2019 at 3:32 am - Reply

      Hey Defne,

      That’s really nice! Super happy for you. Blogging is undoubtedly stressful, but don’t worry… You will get the hang of it soon! I promise. And finding good subjects becomes easier with time.

      Lots of love,
      Angela

  16. Jaime May 20, 2019 at 12:33 am - Reply

    OMG! I’m totally going to follow you. I literally just started a blog last night. My first one ever, eek! I loved this article and I hope that I’m able to come across as easy to talk to as you do. I only have one post right now but I have tons of posts in the cue. Thank you for this post ❤️💕

    • Angela Vaz May 20, 2019 at 3:24 am - Reply

      Hey Jaime,

      I’m truly honored. <3

      Thank you so much for your sweet words. I think your communication skills are terrific and with time, your confidence and blogging skills will automatically grow. That's what happens with all Bloggers. We don't start out amazing. We start from rock bottom. Ha ha.

      Wishing you all the best with your brand new blog!
      Angela

  17. Dr. Nishikant Vibhute May 21, 2019 at 11:33 pm - Reply

    Your blog is really excellent . I am glad to see the response you are getting . I appreciate your hard-work in multiple fields and your clarity of speech.
    Thank you very much.

    • Angela Vaz May 29, 2019 at 4:12 am - Reply

      Thank you so much Dr. Nishikant. You are too kind. <3

  18. Asmaa July 4, 2019 at 10:01 am - Reply

    Hi Angela
    I love reading your blog. You are so creative. Keep going.

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