Music is Oxygen, Uncategorized

Don’t take your blessings for granted…

Today I have much to be thankful for, but for now, I will only list 3 to keep this short:

1. Life:
I’m grateful to be fairly healthy and active and that I’m in a culture of great opportunity, free speech, freedom to love whomever I choose and not have that decision made for me.

2. Love:
I’m blessed to have a huge heart so full of love and that I’m not afraid to share such an amazing treasure with others. My little family fills me with joy everyday which extents to those around me as well as to all of you.

3.This blog:
I feel so fortunate to have this medium through which I can voice my thoughts and feelings and for the wonderful connections I’m making with all of you along the way. I love it here!

Feel free to pause for moment to thank God for something. We have so much to be grateful for, and it’s unfortunate that we often take those things for granted.

Hugs to you all and best wishes for a wonderful day! ‚ėļ ūüĆ∑



Song: “Hawk Nelson – Thank God for Something (Official Pseudo Video)”


Contents written: August 9 2016 | Originally published: August 10 2016 | Copyright © 2016 Moylom Enterprises

News, Uncategorized

What WordPress Says About Tagging




According to WordPress

Tags provide a useful way to group related posts together and to quickly tell readers what a post is about. Tags also make it easier for people to find your content. Tags are similar to, but more specific than, categories. The use of tags is completely optional.

When I first started blogging I had no idea what the difference was between tags and categories. Then,¬† as I browsed through other blogs,¬† I started to understand how tagging was helpful. I didn’t realize WordPress had all this information to help newbies along,¬† so I mostly flew by the seat of my pants and hoped for the best.

Then as I started to use tags which I thought were appropriate,¬† I got ‘tag-happy’. I left all my posts as ‘uncategorized’ to reach a wider audience,¬† then I’d put every word I thought was valid for that given post. Omg,¬† I went overboard!!!

Fast forward a few months,¬† I came across a WordPress article which stressed the importance of not going over 15 tags. Here’s what they said:

Topic Listings

Your posts will appear in the topic listings of any tags or categories you use. Therefore, assigning tags and categories to your post increases the chance that other users will see your content.

However, you don’t want irrelevant content showing up on the topic listings or search, and neither do we. That’s why we limit the number of tags and categories that can be used on a public tag listing. Five to 15 tags (or categories, or a combination of the two) is a good number to add to each of your posts. The more categories you use, the less likely it is that your post will be selected for inclusion in the topic listings. Learn more about Topics here.

To read in detail what WordPress says about Tagging use the following link:
Perhaps this bit if information will assist you with tagging issues or at the very least, be info you can share with other new bloggers.

Happy blog adventures every one. Have a great day.


Contents written: July 24 2016  | Originally published: July 24 2016  |  Copyright © 2016 Moylom Enterprises