10 Steps to Finding Your Happy Place (and Staying There) is a program to help us develop habits to grow a joyful spirit. Many of us sabotage our happiness by habits that we might not even be aware of. Identifying and changing these habits can build a reservoir of well-being to enhance our happy times and sustain us during challenging times.
Thursday, September 20, 2012
I Am Not Angry!
I woke up to a new Blogger interface that I'm still trying to figure out. Meanwhile, I have a new guest post at Jodi Aman's wonderful blog. Please read the post at Heal Now and Forever Be in Peace. And if anyone knows how to make paragraph breaks in this new interface, please let me know! I will repost this once I get things figured out. Thanks for your patience.
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That sure was a wonderful post Galen. I just read it a while ago and left a comment as well :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing it with us here. :)
Galen: It took me a while. Write your post in WORD and copy and paste it into the new Blogger format. It seems to work every time.ReplyDelete
JJ, I guess it's time for me to move into the next century and learn Word. Okay, universe, I get it. Thanks for the advice.Delete
As far as I can tell, the only reason Google changed interfaces was to make it easier to integrate with Google+. Otherwise, it is much more awkward to move around, slower, and I can't get the export blog function to work so I can't back up the blog.ReplyDelete
I feel your pain!
Bob, Thanks for commiserating--I'm in good company!Delete
Lovely post, Galen. :DReplyDelete
As far as I know, lots of people are mad at Blogger. Paragraphs - I thought that all one has to do is hit the enter key twice. Sometimes technology can be a pain. But then...I dare not cuss it, for it connected us, did it not? Love you. Hugs! Vidya
Vidya, You would think it would be as simple as hitting the enter key. However, even though I do that and the paragraph breaks show up in the composing box, they are eliminated on the actual post. Thank you for reminding me to be grateful for the technology that connected me to you!Delete
Greetings Galen. My first post here - sorry it's on such a relatively benign topic! Ironically, I've actually had the exact opposite problem in Blogger from what you've been experiencing. Prior to the recent changes my single space paragraph breaks always uploaded as double space paragraph breaks, making my blog look very odd. They now upload correctly as single space breaks. Crazy, huh?Delete
Tamara, Welcome! Thanks for providing another perspective on the new Blogger. So glad you stopped by and hope you will again!Delete
Wonderful guest post, Galen..and I think you could have been describing myself a couple of years ago. We are always a work in progress...ReplyDelete
We are indeed! Thanks for commenting.Delete
Your post title attracted me because I am miffed at the moment! Observing and aspiring to let go!ReplyDelete
Sandra, Then I'm in good company!Delete
Awesome post. The page breaks are not working for me either. I hope you have a great weekend.ReplyDelete
Bonnie, Have you figured out the paragraphs yet? I'm working on it! Thanks for commenting.Delete
Happiness is found in so many ways and forms… worth sharing what we know. Thanks for your blog,ReplyDelete
It would be great if you could participate in co-creating happiness. Here is the link to the project: http://www.indiegogo.com/FallinginLovewithLife?c=home&a=125625
And here is the link to our facebook page
Hope to count you in.
Maria Briggs, co-creating happiness.
I read and signed up to Jodi's blog. I too feel that my life has been based on fear and anger. According to Nichiren Daishonin's Buddhism anger is one of the ten worlds or conditions of life we humans expeience. It is characterized by envy and contempt. None of which defines me, of course - LOL! Great post for inner reflection.ReplyDelete