I can’t believe this is the 12th edition of Your feelings matter. That means I am doing this for the last 12 months.
Honestly, I won’t be shy to admit that I got the idea from my favorite blogger. I saw how decently people interact on her posts and I wanted to try something like that. So, here we are after 12 months.
In such posts I ask people about them and their feelings, but this time I want to do something entirely different.
As the heading suggests, I want to talk specifically about my favorite blogger A.K.A Lifesfinewhine A.K.A The very best.
She’s facing a lot of issues with wp, and sadly not getting satisfactory response from the support team.
For instance, people aren’t recieving her posts in mail box (newsletter), even it’s not possible to subscribe to her site. She raised the issue and even after weeks hasn’t received solution. Wp told her that she bought followers and this is why it’s happening. WTF
Seriously, what a crap. I know how hard she works for all of this and it took her years to be where she’s right now.
Adding more pain, she’s not able to like properly on others’ posts and this all thing is taking a toll on her mental health.
I am writing this all because she’s not only my favorite blogger, but also a dear friend.
Well, I call her my favorite because, she taught me the meaning of blogging. Ever since I started she has been a great help, and always guided me.
She even helped me shape my work and with her direct-indirect help, I even found my style. Because, previously I admit that I tried to copy her style.
I’ve shared countless emails with her and despite being super busy, she always helped me and guided me. This is the reason why I have written 3 blog posts for her site.
Now, I am not fanboying (or maybe I am), but her recent post shocked me. She said she’s fed up with this wp thing and not getting any help, she might take an indefinite break or may never return.
This decision broke my heart because I still feel I need to learn a lot from her. Her blog posts were the first thing I used to read and have got countless ideas through them (like this series and many others).
But, I don’t want this whole situation to ruin my dear friend’s mental health and I want the best for her.
Trust me this could happen to anyone, but I feel if the community show their support then maybe we can get a solution.
People may wonder, why there’s a need to do such a thing. So, Let me tell you, you don’t wanna lose a blogger like Pooja. She’s a true gem. She may or may not need WordPress, But WordPress needs her.
For this community losing the brightest star is not a good thing. She has helped countless people and you need lifesfinewhine here.
Also, let her know personally through her social media and mail that “you cannot give up yet”.
She never told me to do this, I mean why would she? She doesn’t even need a shoutout, but as a reader and a follower, we should do our part to help our favorite (my favorite).
Hey, btw have you ever searched lifesfinewhine on reader?
Ahem!!! So you can find me…. How cool is that. But you cannot find me by Fatguyworkout, WTF!!
How are you feeling
Also, I would love to hear (or rather read) from you guys. Let me know how are you doing and how’s your mental health?
Some people told me that they are unable to like my posts on my site. Which an issue I am facing. I am trying to find the solution.
Until then, you can use this like option. It works only on the site, and not on readers.
Wp tried to screw me, but I can always find ways.
Until next time, remember to smile