Links to Personal Blog?
I used to have a blog, but it was quite personal. I've been thinking about starting it up ...again, but it's quite personal, about the weight loss journey. I don't know if it would be a good idea to link it up with my Hubpages account.
I don't see why not. HubPages is a nice community with a lot of people that would support you. I really found a lot of great people out here. Its really nice to have such diversity and get opinions from everyone.
Why not just link it up and start the blog fresh and if some stuff is personal lock it out to strangers or remove it to a safe place of your choosing. I 've seen this done by several bloggers so it can be done.
there's nothing wrong with linking to your blog. you can do it either from your profile page or from your hubs, or both.
Just don't do it from every hub or you might get moderated
Good idea. Really have this feature. Be sure to tell me. Thank you?
My blog address?http://edhardycloth.blogspot.com/
the blog is too personal and you are worried that you might reveal too much then you should not link it anywhere. Let it be a stand alone unit
it is okay
I not sure what I would do. As being on weight loss this is a subject we all know someone that has had or has this problem and so many of us are trying to loose a few pounds. Would this help others stay focused? Would you blog give them support and remind them they can do lose this weight. Its not easy and if you think it would help someone I would include it if you think it would not cause you heartache. You may just want to add parts of your blog to your hub if possible.
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