Found Ya Blog| Bloggers interview | Kwoted | Navigating the Change

Grateful to have been interviewed by A Writer’s Deli, a millennial blogger from India ❀ Take a look, and follow her blog πŸ˜‰

A Writer's Deli

KGarland-29.jpg

Today I bring to you a very interesting blog interview with the author K E Garland, who has a book by the same name as the blog and while she’ll brief you on what her blog is about, she’ll also help you navigate the change. I’m excited for you to read all that she has to tell. By now, you know the drill-Check out her blogs- you can find the link, at the bottom of the interview. Happy Reading!!

1.Thank you for interviewing with us today. Tell us briefly what are your blogs about?

My blog Kwoted is an inspirational blog, intended to help people think a little differently about a range of topics (e.g., race, personal development, etc.).Β My blog Navigating the Change is a blog meant to support women 35+ who may be pre-, peri-, menopausal, or post-menopausal.Β My name is K E Garland, and I’m from the United States.

View original post 478 more words

52 thoughts on “Found Ya Blog| Bloggers interview | Kwoted | Navigating the Change

  1. I really enjoyed your interview with Namrata Dr G! Especially learning about your initial motivation for blogging. (The genesis story is always my favourite) And how it evolved into creating relationships and learning from each other. Including your latest blogging platform! Grateful to be apart of both and look forward to what’s next! Dr. D ❀

    Liked by 2 people

  2. Thank you for sharing!!.. enjoyed the interview and wishing all the best in all that you wish to do!!…
    β€œLife gives us brief moments with another, but sometimes in those brief moments we get memories that last a lifetime, So live that your memories will be part of your happiness.” (Author Unknown)…. πŸ™‚

    Until we meet again..
    May flowers always line your path
    and sunshine light your way,
    May songbirds serenade your
    every step along the way,
    May a rainbow run beside you
    in a sky that’s always blue,
    And may happiness fill your heart
    each day your whole life through.
    (Irish Saying)

    Liked by 2 people

  3. Wow, Katherin – I always look forward to reading your comments on my blog. But reading your interview you mention that you follow 500 bloggers – that is absolutely mind boggling! Just keeping up and reading all those posts is an achievement. But it shows how you are supportive of other writers and you’ve really built quite a community. I know that I can say that I follow two special blogs in addition to yours – because of you.

    Liked by 3 people

    1. Ha! Let me clarify the 500…I TECHNICALLY follow 500 blogs. I think I subscribe to far fewer than that, but I have been known to say blogging is like having a part-time job for me. I really do invest a lot of time into it (writing/reading/bonding).

      Thank you for recognizing the support ❀ And I really do get excited when I can connect bloggers, so I'm happy to hear you've continued to follow a couple!

      Liked by 2 people

      1. I think it’s safe to say that following a blog is more than just following. I feel like I just made two new friends, and Stacy and I have connected very nicely off the blogs!

        Liked by 2 people

  4. Congratulations on this interview, Dr. G. It is good to share our collaborative work, and help educate one another. I hope that the new Education for the Future of Democracy Educational Collaborative Blog will one day be featured among your citations.
    Stay safe,
    -Shira Destinie Jones

    Liked by 2 people

      1. Well, I did share the Educational Collaborative blog links with you, and several of your posts on the Round Robin, which I’m fairly sure that I commented to let you know about, but perhaps I missed one or two. It’s very easy to repost, but if you want to write specifically for the Educating for the Future of Democracy blog, I’d be delighted to add you to the author/editor list.

        Liked by 1 person

      2. Yep, I received them (and commented, I think). I was thinking the latter. If there’s something new/specific I can write in order to contribute, then I’ll think about that.

        Liked by 1 person

      3. Looking forward to it, and I would be most grateful if you could let me know what would make my work shareable, since I have re-posted the work of many bloggers, but only one, a re-sharer, has ever shared any of my posts. What am I doing wrong?

        Liked by 2 people

      4. Hmmm…that’s a tough question Shira. I can speak for everyone, of course, but I’d start by not expecting anyone to share your work as a reciprocal event. Know what I mean? For example, I’m always grateful for when you (or anyone else) shares what I’ve written, but I don’t expect anyone to.

        I think focus on creating good content, like you do, and the rest will happen ❀

        Liked by 3 people

      5. If your purpose is to gain traction on the blog or lead people to your blog, then my other thought is to have guest bloggers. When people guest blog, then they’ll automatically share their own content with others, which will lead back to you.

        Liked by 2 people

      6. That’s sort of what I was trying to do when I started the Educational Collaborative blog, but I’m also happy to have guest bloggers on my blog.
        I’d love for you to be my first guest blogger, here on the Critical Thinking for Human Community blog!
        πŸ™‚

        Liked by 1 person

  5. Hi dear Katherin,
    You sure have been keeping yourself busy! And with marvelous projects (not that I expected anything less, hahaha). Congrats on the progresses and successes. Hugs!
    ps. I bookmarked the link to the book ”I’m Speaking Now” and definitely going to purchase and read it. Will take a few weeks, before it arrives πŸ˜‰

    Liked by 4 people

Comments are welcomed

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s