I’m no tech expert. I kind of blunder about like a blind mouse searching for cheese most of the time. So I feel you if you haven’t figured out how to make sure you get each day’s blog post.
For those that do want it each morning here are several ways to get it:
Sign up to receive the post via email. You will get the whole post (minus the featured image at the top) unless it’s a repost and then you’ll have to click through to “read the rest.”
Sign up to receive posts via a WordPress account. You don’t have to actually start a blog to have a free WordPress account. Daily posts show up in your reader list when you log onto the site.
Follow my public Facebook page: Heartache and Hope: Life After Losing a Child. I generally post early in the morning and the post can be shared easily from here to your own FB page if you like.
Go to my personal Facebook page (Melanie DeSimone) where I set those posts on “public” for easy access/sharing.
Follow me on Pinterest: Melanie DeSimone Pinterest-I post the blog on a board called “The Life I Didn’t Choose” and also in “Grief”.
Follow me on Twitter: @DesimoneMelanie. I’m not a big Twitter user but for those that are, this is an easy way to view/share the blog posts.
I also use Google+ Melanie DeSimone Google+ Home.
Some of you are part of closed bereaved parents groups and I post there as well.
But if you want to share the post, you will need to access it another way. If you share from the closed groups it shows as “attachment unavailable” except to other group members even if you set it on “public”.
The social media icons on the right hand side of a post will take you to my Facebook page, Twitter account and Pinterest page. For some reason the Google+ link won’t work but I’ll keep trying (told you I was no tech genious!)
I appreciate each and every person who takes the time to read what I write-it makes me feel that this pain is being redeemed, just a little. And I am so thankful and blessed by feedback on the blog and via social media posts-let me hear from you!
It gives my heart courage to keeep sharing.