Posts by Brongsugah 62
Today I had to pick up a prescription from my doctor at a medical facility and as with all health ans safety guidelines, I was required to answer several questions relating to my interaction with any Covid patients, if I had a fever or sore throat or had trouble breathing, or had lost my sense of smell or taste. This was followed by sanitising my hands and temperature check. All before I was even allowed to enter the automatic sliding doors to the building. They say it takes a person 21 days to
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The last few days I've not been able to give WA as much time as I usually do due to dealing with a personal matter that is demanding my attention. Amazingly, although my personal situation is a serious one, I find myself feeling guilty about not having the time to commit to my WA routine. Funny how your routine can switch in a few months so that when you're unable to include a daily activity, the loss is felt. Of course, I'm driven by the fact that my ranking has improved significantly over the
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In the islands where I'm from, there are two main seasons - the dry season, which is usually from January to May, and the wet or rainy season, which goes from June to December. We're now in the dry season, so it's usually very hot, humid and typically allergy season with frequent days of cloudy Saharan dust making our Northern range almost disappear behind the grey smoggy blanket. On average, it's about 33 degrees Celsius (91 degrees F), every day. Sometimes, if we’re lucky, a brief drizz
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Over the last few weeks, I've taken more time and effort to welcome WA newbies and also read comments and respond to some requests for assistance. A trend that I've seen lately is blog posts, profile comments and questions from many affiliates who seem to be struggling through the process. Now that I've been an affiliate for almost 4 months, I can respond to comments by offering my own experience and how I dealt with hurdles in the early days. There are some affiliates who are zooming through t
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February 13, 2021
The Jeffersons was an American sitcom that aired for 11 seasons on CBS from January 1975 to July 1985 in which the theme song was 'Movin' on Up', a song by Ja'Net DuBois and Jeff Barry. Back then I was a kid, and there was only one television station and we watched in black and white - one hour on weekdays after homework and on weekends. The Jeffersons was a staple in the islands as a half-hour comedy with a cast consisting primarily of African-American actors. I'm saying all of this to say, t
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For those of you who would have read my last blog post on 27 January where I announced to the WA world that I had received my first Google index. I'm happy to confirm that just a few days later on 4 February, another of my website pages was indexed by Google! So it seems I'm ordering more than just a lollipop from the WA candy store - I've opted for a much larger portion of sweet stuff! It's great to see the headline of an email in your inbox that says "Awesome, Your content is indexed in Goog
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January 27, 2021
I kid you not when I say that the word "index" has been haunting me like a child walking past the candy store for weeks, looking through the glass store front at all the jars of sweet stuff unable to go inside to even purchase a lollipop because she just coudn't figure out how to get inside the candy store! Since I started building my website weeks ago, getting indexed has been like a carrot dangling in front of a rabbit's face. When you're a WA newbie coupled with the fact that you're not a te
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Recently, I attended a virtual session on energy medicine and how empowering oneself with the essential tools that come with this approach to health and healing, can lead to an improved, healthy and happier life. One of the things that I learned from the session is that as 'spiritual' beings made up of energy, it is believed that channeling healing energy to an ailing or 'broken' part of the body can effect positive results. Energy medicine often proposes that imbalances in the body's "energy f
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Back in November 2020 when a friend of mine called me to introduce me to what he said was an "affiliate" programme, I had absolutely no idea what that was. The immense world of affiliate programmes was foreign to me and I listened as he explained the advantages of earning a second income through Wealthy Affiliate - to which he had signed up in October, a few days before our conversation. To be honest, I didn't quite grasp all that he'd explained, but my interest was peaked at the prospect of su
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December 29, 2020
The year has wound to a close and as I look back on 2020 and the almost surreal year it has been, I can't help but look ahead at the year to come. This year has felt like a sci fi movie or a scene from the twilight zone where the protagonist eventually awakens and realises it has all been a weird dream. If only this was actually our reality. For believers of philosophy, 2020 has virtually had the human consciousness sucked out of it, as all of humanity grappled with the pandemic leaving in its
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