I'm not a huge fan of negativity, so I wasn't sure if I should write about this. Definitely not in something so permanent as a blog post. But... I talked to a couple of people and I realised I'm not the only who feels this way. Plus, I've written a couple of times about how awesome I consider WA to be, so I think I should mention how disappointed I got, as well.First, about my feelings as a member:1. I feel like I was downgraded (like a couple of people mentioned before me - and I totally feel
It's been a ridiculously long time since the last time I wrote here or even logged in for any other reason besides updating my websites.Why?I've been so overwhelmed by my job lately that I'm spending most of my free time working on my project and the rest of my time stressing about it. Such a healthy way to live...Anyway... I've thought about my life this weekend and what I want to do for 2021. And I've decided that my theme for the new year is to build a routine I love. Consistency makes wonde
Sitecomments is a great feature. Definitely, something worth using every day. But there's always room for improvement.Here are a couple of my suggestions:Giving Feedback (optional) A lot of times, I will accept a comment, but I want to leave some feedback to the commenter. It would be nice to be able to do this without having to disapprove the comment.For example: Some people write fast and they forget punctuation marks and make grammar and/or spelling mistakes. I'd love to tell them to use Gra
I've seen a lot of people giving up, saying that something happened, they'll stop for a while and they'll start over at some point. They never do.I've seen a lot of people not getting successful as fast as they'd like and giving up, believing they failed. And they don't try again.I've seen a lot of people trying to work as hard as they can and burning up crazy fast. They believe they can't do it, that it's too hard for them and they stop trying.All of them could succeed, but they didn't. They c
Lately, I've been feeling a little overwhelmed and I was wondering why. So I sat down and made a list with everything I want to do in my day/week.Here's just a part of this list:Training (On WA or elsewhere)Searching for new ideasWriting postsEditing posts, SEO, images, videos, and anything else a post needs before getting publishedPromoting postsUpdating old postsUpdating my siteChecking out new features to useUsing social media (without getting distracted)Checking out what's new in affiliate
I've been looking for quotes lately and I found a great one about failure, so I decided to share it with you. I think that it really highlights the importance of not giving up. No matter what, you should learn from your past mistakes and keep going.You can also listen to it if you'd like: https://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=114271856
Today is one of these days that I'll leave half of what I should have done today for tomorrow. And look what I've found out just in time:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWu-IoeUDo0I love Nike. I knew there was a reason...P.S.: Considering the amount of spam that's going around lately, I feel the need to say that this is not spam :P
I started to use the Gutenberg editor and I've been fighting with margins and padding the whole afternoon and half of my evening. And then I see this:I just had to share it with you! 😋By the way, Gutenberg editor is very underrated. I was one of the people who said: "Why did they change the editor?", but not anymore! It's a pain in the ass to learn how to use it, but it's powerful. My site looks awesome now!Do you use the classic editor or the new one?
How long it's been like that?I forward everything to a Gmail account, so I haven't logged in to the Mailbox here for months. So much better! I may start to use it again at some point.Does anyone know when it's changed?