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If you don’t already know, I am a bipolar woman writing about mental illnesses, mental health, and mainly focusing on bipolar disorder. My posts are informative, captivating and enthralling. I always try to keep the mood light and words positive. My writing comes from the heart, and it is all for the education of others, concerning all things mental health. Being bipolar has limited me from living a normal life, like I once did, years ago. My main goal is to celebrate my journey of living with bipolar disorder and learn to embrace the positive aspects that come from being bipolar. I hope that my blog keeps you interested, and that you learn some facts, and guidance to help others in need, because awareness is key. That is my mantra, I always have it playing in the back of my mind when I write. I want all those who are suffering, and their friends and family to learn about what this illness does to a person and how much willpower it takes to become a survivor, like me. It has taken me close to a decade to become the stable individual that I know I can be. I hope you are moved by all the help I try to give and the pertinent information that is enclosed.

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Happy 1,000 Post!!!

I just posted my 1000th blog post at at petitegirlsguide here on WordPress!!!



Happy 5 Year Anniversary on WordPress!!!

 TO ME!!!! It’s been five long years! Petitegirlsguide is going strong and growing more each day! I’ll keep writing, you keep commenting! Thank you to all my followers. 







900 Blog Posts!!!

               TO: PETITEGIRLSGUIDE 


  • Yesterday, I wrote my 900th Blog Post on      …So I feel Congrats to myself is in order!  




Sorry I’ve been gone….

Petite girls guide is back !!! Starting Monday, June 29th!!!
To all my loyal readers & followers:  I have been away for some time, but I will be back to writing my normal amount of great, super fun and educational posts, like I always have, by next week, JUNE 29th!!!!


So please tell your friends who have enjoyed my site that I will be back with a bang! New topics, and some of my favorite topics will be shared for all! Just a reminder that this blog is all about learning, creating awareness, (about all topics, mostly mental illness), but this site that you’ve come to know and love will be more interesting than ever! 




How your blog can improve your search engine ranking

How Blogging Can Help Your Company

“Blogging frequently can contribute significantly to customer acquisition. According to inbound marketing software company Hubspot, 92 percent of companies that blog multiple times a day gain a customer through that blog. Writing multiple times per day or week might seem like a lot of work, but its value to your firm’s search engine optimization and inbound marketing efforts is invaluable.”

“Long gone are the days of random link building and plugging in keywords tens of times in hopes of reaching higher in search rankings. That’s because Google is continually changing the algorithm it uses to offer the best possible search results. This algorithm is now sophisticated enough to recognize if a site is offering high-value content and is regularly updated, not just gaming its system.”

“We’ve heard it before: “Content is king.” In this case, those words reign true. Producing relevant content for your target consumer and building authentic relationships with them is no longer an option; it’s a necessity. Your blog is your best tool for achieving those objectives.”

“Your content doesn’t just sit on your blog, either. It becomes material that can be pushed out on your other social media channels, creating conversations with consumers who might not be directly searching for your services.”

“Our firm has reaped the benefits of blogging first-hand. Prior to blogging regularly, the traffic rank for our site was around 20 million, which means that during a search for “Nashville PR firms” or “Nashville marketing firms” we would have been lucky to show up on the sixth or seventh page of search results.”

“We started making it a priority to create content that we knew would be of value to prospective clients and those in our industry, and to monitor which content was bringing the most people back to our site.”

“After a year of committing to increasing our number of blog posts, we found that the topics that were viewed most frequently were those that announced job openings, offered tips for media relations, or explained the value of PR.”

“The takeaways were simple and universal. Write about the topics on which you’re an expert and convey the value your industry might add to others. That’s easier said than done, but below are a few tips for creating novel content on the fly that’s sure to increase traffic to your site and improve your rankings:

• Turn office updates into big news. Moving offices? Working with a new fancy client? Small updates can be spun into sexier topics like how your new office space reflects your corporate culture, or how a new client represents significant growth for your firm.

• Have a brainstorming session. Gathering the team to discuss interesting blog angles is well worth the time. Learning about the different projects going on is an easy way to uncover topics that might create interesting content.

• Separate the work across the office. It would be difficult for one person to create 12 pieces of original content a month. We’ve developed a system wherein each person writes one post a month, so 12 posts becomes no problem.

• Don’t be afraid to show your personality. Not every post has to be business related. Give your writers a chance to talk about things that interest them outside of the office. It might even attract a new client who does related work.

• Take a look at what you read yourself. What kind of information is of value to you? Chances are if it’s something that’s interesting to you, it’s probably the type of content that’s also relevant to your industry peers.”



Three Quick Customization Ideas For Your Blog

The Daily Post

Looking to add a few custom tweaks to your blog? Interested in simple ways to personalize your site? Read on.

Display a Text Widget for updates

In the first Declutter Your Prose post, we suggested avoiding phrases like “Sorry for my absence, but I’ve been…” Readers reiterated this suggestion in the second post of the series, saying you don’t have to apologize for not posting, or explain to readers where you’ve been.

Instead of diluting a post introduction with this information, consider adding a Text Widget to the top of your sidebar for updates, like a “Where am I?” blurb for travel writers or a “What I’m reading now” message for book bloggers. You can use this space for general news or specific details about a project, upcoming event, and more. Screen Shot 2014-09-04 at 5.37.42 PM

Get started: Go to Appearance → Widgets, drag the Text Widget to the area where you’d like it to appear…

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