Getting Inspiration From Twitter


Some of you may be on Twitter as often as you can. And some of you may get on every once in a while, every few days, or few weeks or so. I find myself on there every few days, though I’m slacking off with the word prompts events.

Another thing about Twitter is that other than connecting with those I follow there, I oftentimes find inspiration. Those inspirations may be for writing or life in general.

Below, are a few inspirations I’ve found on Twitter that I would like to share either you. Inspirations can come from anywhere. And they can remind you that though social media can be filled with superficiality, and can have its negatives, you can still find the good within it.

What inspires you, and do you find inspiration on social media?

My Contact Page #socialmedia #blogging


Hi everyone! How was your weekend? Below is a link to my contact page. Please feel free to email me at your convenience if you wish to do so, or connect with through social media. Most of you, I follow on Twitter, Facebook, etc. If you would like to, you can leave links to your social media accounts in the comments. 

Enjoy your day! 💜

Hi! My name is Pamela E. Hester (kphoenix1) and you have reached the contact page of my blog, K. Phoenix. Below is my contact info and social media sites you can feel free to visit. Please don’t hesitate…

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Connecting On Social Media All In One Place


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Happy Friday everyone! Are any of you familiar with a website called About.me.

About.me is a website that I have been using for a while now, and recently went back on to do some updates.

About.me is exactly that- about, you. It’s a one page that when visited, it tells a person briefly who you are, what you’re about, and where to find you; like for instance, your blog, any other website you have, and your social media accounts. All of this on one page.

I called it a one stop shop, because it’s where you make one stop to get to know about a person (briefly); and if interested, you can click on their links and/or buttons.

One more thing before I leave you to check out the website, is that it’s great for writers, authors, bloggers, photographers, etc. And it has a call-to-action button atop the page if you want a person to buy your book, subscribe to your newsletter; various things.

It you feel like this is great for you, check it out and sign up. I would love to see yours. Enjoy your weekend!

You can find my about.me page here: https://about.me/kphoenix

Where’s That Follow Button?


So, most of you may know that my old site url has went back to the primary url that I first started off with four years back. 

Today I’m finding out that WordPress have me not following you all, and now I have to follow all over again. I only see some of your posts, and I’m not sure what you all are seeing from me on your end. So if you notice unusual activity, please bear with me. 

I thought I was out of the woods, I’m required to find out what else is off- still. See you lovely people soon. 

Show Your Self-Respect, You’re Still Beautiful


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It’s becoming a well know fact all over social media of women being misjudged, mistreated or they, themselves, going beyond their means to devalued their self-respect.

For one, most people had took to the internet some of the most insane, asinine photos and videos of them doing ridiculous stuff. I had to keep telling myself it’s just the internet but when is enough is enough?

From women twerking (and little girls too) to posts up of them nearly naked. It’s damn near soft porn! Excuse my language. When these same females received comments from another female to tell them to respect themselves and so forth, they claimed they are being hated on. Huh? How can another woman hate on another woman who posed provocative and barely have on any clothes. Mind you, majority of them are not models or anything of that nature. They just love the overwhelming excitement from men who leaves lewd comments that shouldn’t be on a public site.

Most men craved women of this nature while saying how the women  have no self-respect, no class, no morals. I don’t get it. They just hit “like” and left those ridiculous nasty comments. I’ve seen men tell these women not only that they are beautiful but no other woman of their caliber are. A few weeks ago I commented on a model(which she was more than just that) that I had the same body type as her before pregnancy, and asked for advice related to weight loss. This guy commented to me wanting proof that I have that body type. I was flabbergasted yet outraged. He kept pressuring me to show him photos of me and when I demanded that I will not send him any and to leave me alone; he claimed I was a liar about my body and I should SHOW it to him. So in his eyes, based on me not showing it, I’m not deemed beautiful.

I believe ALL women are beautiful! Being nearly naked, posting pictures of yourself always in lingerie, thongs, doesn’t make you beautiful. I avoid posting pictures of my body period; you have crazies out there.

Women, your inner beauty is just as gorgeous as your outer beauty. You don’t need validation from anyone that wearing less or slutty clothes make you gorgeous enough to deemed worthy in the eyes of most of these pitiful men.

Some women, majority are very young, will only get attention if they are beauty pageant gorgeous with a body of a porn star for these men to like them. It saddens me that most women with class and self respect get overlooked because they are judged of being boring, or not pretty enough, or not showing off the goods.

I am going to teach my daughter early on to know her self worth and to never fall weak for attention. I apologize for my ranting, I’m mortified and saddened what this internet is coming to.

Have anyone ever had this happened to them or witnessed it happened to another female?

What else can you add to this?

Thank you for reading. Light and love.