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We need more posts!

Tuesday June 1, 2021


Have you been thinking about writing a blog post for Moodscope but are worried it may not be good enough or you don’t feel confident enough to submit one. Well, you may not be surprised to know that many other members have felt the same way until they have bitten the bullet and had one of their posts published and seen all the helpful and caring replies and felt pleased that they did.

Now is the time to share your story. We are looking for members who would like to write a blog post for the Moodscope web site.

We don’t have many rules, but we do ask that your blog is 500 words or less and we prefer to steer clear of political and religion.

If you have an idea and are not sure whether it’s suitable, just ask us to take a look and we’ll let you know.

All contributions will be reviewed and may be edited if necessary before publishing.

We’ll let you know when we’re publishing your blog post so that you can reply to member’s comments if you wish.

Time to start writing… submit your post to: support@moodscope.com

In the meantime, for today's conversation: When you’re feeling at your lowest and someone close to you wants to help, what would you like them to do for you?

Kind regards.

The Moodscope Team

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