Sharing the love

Most of the blogs I follow are personal blogs; apart from this one. It is a unique, niche blog. This lady’s sense of fashion will put those like me to shame.

It’s one of the fastest growing blogs in its niche. Click here to take a look if, and only if you want to look awesome.

There’re hundreds of DIYs in there. You don’t believe me? Here’s the proof.



Yeah, I made those using one of her DYIs.

And so I got a link from this post. You can never get enough of these links. To explain to those who don’t understand why, I’d have to wear my engineering boots and bore you to death with a 19 pages post. I’ll save you the agony. Just know that we (bloggers) like them very much.

As usual, the instructions are as simple as chewing gum.

The Guidelines:

  1. Blogger is nominated by other blogger(s)

  2. Blogger publishes their 5 links on their blog and tweets the link with #My5Links

  3. The Blogger nominates five other bloggers to do the same.

Categories

It’s not the post with the highest traffic though.

  • Post that Didn’t Get The Attention It Deserved

This I posted in one of my other blogs. It got the traffic alright; the part I didn’t like is that it only earned me $5. I expected to win more. (Long story)

  • Post Whose Success Surprised Me ~

The search Engine traffic to this post still leaves me speechless. It was not an original post though, but the link worked wonders.

  • My Most Controversial Post ~ Hard to tell

I seriously don’t know.

I got personal on this one. I trashed it though several
daysmonths later. OOPS: THIS IS THE POST I"M DEFINITELY NOT PROUD OF.

The ones I'm proud of:  Several but from other blogs. Reasons: They earned me some cash!!! And yes, I'm a Kikuyu.

I now nominate:

Woolie

I've been reading his blog all day. You can tell he's a writer (Not just a guy with an itch to tell like Cess) from all the way.

Savvy

This girl's accomplishments will piss you off! Literally. Seriously, I never forgive people who get First Class Honors. She's graduating today btw. Congrats dear.

Wakarima

I have a feeling that she writes while in a trance. It's like she telling you, 'Here's what I think, now go think about it really hard for at least three days.' That's Wakarima for you.

Pitzevans

One of my blogging students. I however forgot to teach him one very important lesson, 'Whatever you do, don't outshine your teacher. This means no updating more often than she does, no writing serious posts while she's just playing around with hers, and most importantly, dont be more creative than she is.' :-) Other than that small mis-understanding, I'm one proud teacher!

Eudiah Kamonjo

Now this was my teacher. One thing she taught me, 'Don't ask me what to write about, you just write. In time, you'll find out what works for you.'

And I finally did.

10 comments:

  1. hey teacher, i neglected to thank you for initiating me into this world, i love it. and iv grown tremendously, nearly through with one of my books, wow i can go on and on, but ur the best.

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  2. I'm proud of you peter. Just make sure you mention me at least once in your book. :-) That will be enough. All the best.

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  3. I like the way you write Cess! Thanks for the congratulations! Will check out that style blog, I'm one person without any sense of style whatsoever :)

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  4. When it comes to linking back you don't hold back :)
    much love

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  5. Hi Cesky - you sure know how to spin a story - that's why I made this my second home page. It is not everyday that one comes across a blogger whol uses words to capture the moment transporting the reader right into the heart of things - you have a unique style and I'm happy that you have chosen to share it.
    Thanks for the mention

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  6. Thanks a lot dear. Someone once told me 'for a bogger, ypu're a lady of few words' thats what I usually feel when replying to comments. :-) You are the writer and u inspire me greatly.

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  7. No I do not. :-) Much love right back at u.

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  8. Coming from you, thats a real compliment. I'm happy to hear that I'm in the right company wen it comes to fashion and stuff. ;-)

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  9. It's good being a learner, i'm learning from you and other kenyan bloggers and girl am i learning a lot.

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  10. Thanks a lot. I'm glad you're learning.

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