• Theresa Simone

City versus Farm living

I got the idea for this blog post from a website: https://www.slideshare.net/cynthiaboris/30-blog-ideas-to-get-you-started. Thank you, Cynthia.

My blog has been going for about a year and a half. When I started the blog in January of las year, 2018, I was trying to be an Amazon Associate, but it didn't work out. Because of that, and not getting enough traffic to my site, I've slowed down my writing of blog posts to about one a month. That might not seem logical but I don't want to feel like my Blog is demanding my attention all the time. I'm still trying to get more traffic to my blog(mainly by using Pinterest). I didn't write to read my own writing. I can do that in other computer programs. So please direct other people to my Blog site. I would really appreciate it. It's not professional, but it is personal.

Now to the subject of my blog. Personally I'm glad I didn't grow up on a farm. It sounds like a very demanding occupation. I actually know that because my mom's family are farmers. Farming might have its own advantages, like working for yourself, but it takes a lot of hours and dedication. City living appeals to me more. I don't feel isolated from friends and other places I want to go. We, city dwellers, have air conditioning, but that's kind of a modern thing anyway. I did, however, though I didn't grow up on a farm myself, inherit a good working ethic from my mom's family, and my dad's too. But we should still appreciate all the good things we get from farms: wheat for bread and cakes and other desserts. Vegetables for our health, and milk also for our health and one of the best treats, ice cream!

What do you know, or like best, about farm versus city living?

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