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Motivation Website Now Active

My new website has now been published to the world wide web

I wrote about the new site I was getting in a few weeks ago and it is now live! emoticon :grin:

There are 10 articles up there on the kinds of areas I am interested in for motivation, like exercise, personal development, food, study, stress, etc.

Facebook Page

There is also a brand new Facebook page attached to it with no posts on it, yet, as it has only just been created. I was thinking of writing a monthly review of a motivation book there and also putting up posts on why I am interested in motivation, struggles, etc. Maybe also links to free downloads for motivation charts etc., and possibly a motivational quote, possibly daily or perhaps weekly.


1. Would you be interested in Facebook posts on motivation, quotes, etc? If so, sign up emoticon :grin:

2. How often would you be prepared to read a short Facebook post on some aspect of motivation, including a quote - daily, weekly?

3. What topics would you like to see covered in a FB post?

4. The website will be for longer articles. Are there any subjects or aspects of motivation you would like to see covered?

5. I was thinking of having a separate fun motivational site using a dinosaur with a special name - would you be interested in something like that?

OK - So Where Is It?

You can find the website at and you can sign up to the Facebook Page at the top right of that page.

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lookatdesktop wrote on March 2, 2016, 10:02 AM

I went to your site. It doesn't currently have the option to register there. How many writers are you needing?

MegL wrote on March 2, 2016, 10:32 AM

Hi Anthony, I got your email and am in the middle of replying to it but I thought it would be useful to add the information here. I don't actually NEED any writers but I am offering the opportunity to writers from PP to put one article on the site, with a link to any (family friendly) url of your choice. That could be to a website where you sell something or want more readers. I hadn't thought of having writers on the site but once the site gets going with more articles on it, it might be possible to let people add more than one guest article if they want. They could link to a HubPage or a blog they have or any other family friendly site. I can provide help with keywords if anyone wants. The full article where I offered this is at http :// www . personapaper . com / article / 46459 - want - a - google - page - 1 - search - result
It is possible for people to join up to the Facebook page but I will think about having a join up area for the website too. Thanks

Last Edited: March 2, 2016, 10:33 AM

lookatdesktop wrote on March 2, 2016, 10:35 AM

Yes, I see you have a lot on your plate. I am pleased by the layout. I hope others find you and get to read your posts.

VinceSummers wrote on March 2, 2016, 10:51 AM

I'm not much into motivational material, but I'd love to visit your site and will. One thing I've often felt would be fun to learn are the various crafts from a slowly evolving hands-on approach with complete visualization. Macrame, crochet, knitting, etc. From the very simple to the very complex. ETA: Add to this, not cooking per se, but cooking techniques. Proper knife techniques, meat cutting, sauteeing, wok-ing, etc. Flambe, etc.

Last Edited: March 2, 2016, 10:53 AM

MegL wrote on March 2, 2016, 11:47 AM

Arts, crafts and hobby cooking can all be great ways to cut down on stress levels and can thus be a way to motivate you to do something that you otherwise felt you had no time for.

carolyn wrote on March 3, 2016, 4:40 AM

Great website, well done.

BarbRad wrote on March 3, 2016, 4:48 PM

It's a great website, Meg, and I think I liked your Facebook page from your web site. Sliders confuse and distract me, though I know a lot of people use them. I don't read a lot about motivation, since I'm already motivated. It's energy I lack.

MegL wrote on March 3, 2016, 5:51 PM

Thanks for liking the FB page. I am not going to promote it too much until I have a bit more on it. Energy is a big part of motivation, both the short term "kick in the pants" to start you off and the long term "big reservoir" to keep you going over the long term. It can be health, age and a few other things that can drain energy and I expect to cover those eventually.

MegL wrote on March 3, 2016, 5:52 PM

Thank you for visiting.