Stage of Life, The Spartan & Girlboxer1970 Unite

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Everyone is in a stage of life.  

And they are all personal.

What stage of life are you in?  My life as a college student has grown.  I was hired as an intern at Stage of Life LLC, a company that privately hosts a website to promote writing in and about any stage of your life.  The Spartan is my college’s newspaper.  I write articles and also serve as the online editor of The Spartan.  And last but not least, I am Girlboxer1970, mastermind of writing about my life and finding people who care.

A blog was the best idea Dr. Travis K. ever suggested to me.

I’ve been combining my Spartan articles with my blog since mid 2012.  Now my work as an intern at Stage of will be combined with the written and online version of the Spartan  As a student I have to blog about my experiences in each of the ten main life stages of the website.  In YCP’s Creative Nonfiction class I have to keep a journal.  I write for the newspaper.  I write.  And then, I write some more.

Ever think about writing a blog?  Or an article for a campus or local newspaper?  Soon I will have a column on and will be prompting story ideas, writing about personal experiences, choosing finalists for contest submitted stories, randomly choosing bloggers to feature, and advising on how to write a blog someone will be interested in reading.  That’s what it’s all about.  When people begin to read what you write.

I encourage everyone to check out the Stage of Life blogging community.  If you have a blog, it will give you exposure as you share your stories.  Don’t have a blog?  No excuses…follow me to a membership FREE, AD FREE, and FREE CONTEST website that I am honored to become part of.

Like Stage of Life  and YCP The Spartan Newspaper of Facebook.

Follow onTwitter:  @StageofLife  Follow me: @girlboxer1970

Rock it out, write it now, submit….it’s legit.


It’s just gas… to will pass.

My name is Pattie and I am on a journey.  I’d like to think it’s a freewill journey but only time will tell.  Just tonight, I purchased my own web blog.  From what I understand, I’ll have to keep a journal for my writing courses at college.

Back in 7th grade a teacher, Mr. Kinley, at Dover High School, required us to keep a journal.  I have around 15 paper journals from growing up.  Most of my writing was during middle and highschool but for many years, I continued after graduation.

My journal writing stop abruptly in 2004.  That’s when I met my current, but future ex-husband.  Now, I have an outlet better then a paper journal.  The world wide web…..not only can I share my experience doing time as the Wife of a Control Freak, but I can let you know I’m having gas issues.

More posts of all kinds coming in the future!


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