How to Stay Connected to A Virtuous Woman

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How to Stay Connected to AVirtuousWoman.org

Today I just wanted to let you know how you can stay in touch and keep up to date with what’s new here at A Virtuous Woman! I love connecting with my readers – love, love hearing from you!

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1. Comments. I love comments! I try hard to respond to every one of them! Comments from my readers lets me know you took away something from what I’ve written – good or bad. Unless a comment is especially rude or out right mean, I will generally publish it and respond. I take your comments to heart, so please be nice!

Commenting also lets me get to know you. Those readers who comment often I recognize! And I love hearing from you! So, if you are a regular commenter – thanks!

2. Subscribe. Okay, so here at A Virtuous Woman, I offer a few different options for subscribing. You can subscribe to my newsletter, The Homemaker’s Notebook. It’s easy – just add your email address to the text box in the header and click on subscribe. I’ll email you from time to time and I’ll never share your information with anyone – ever.

Oh and I want to send a big old “Thanks!” to my more than 5000 subscribers! You’re the best!

If you’re still wondering if you’d like to subscribe to my newsletter here are a couple of samples for you to read:

You can also subscribe to my daily or weekly RSS feeds so that they come straight to your email box! Cool, right?

3. Feedly. Have you ever used Feedly? Feedly.com is a my favorite RSS reader. It helps me keep my favorite blogs organized in one space for easy daily browsing. Best of all – the app on my smart phone and tablet is just sooo eye appealing! I love the magazine feel. See how pretty?

How to Stay Connected to AVirtuousWoman.org

Feedly lets you scroll, or flip through “pages” – just like a magazine, plus it’s so easy to organize! You can use Feedly on your PC or on your iPhone/iPad or Android Phone/Tablet.

To subscribe to A Virtuous Woman all you need to do is create an account {download the app if you want to use it on your phone or tablet and then click on “Add Content.” Type in the web address: http://www.avirtuouswoman.org and click on the green “Subscribe” button if you are using the computer or click on the “+” {plus symbol} and then just add A Virtuous Woman to the category you want to select. Easy!

Of course if you have a favorite blog reader, you are welcome to use that!

4. Twitter. So, I used to never use Twitter. I tend to have a hard time with figuring out what to do with Twitter, but I’m starting to get the hang of it and I would love to have you interact with me there! Let’s chat! You can find me @MelissaRingstaf – please notice that on Twitter, my last name is missing the second F because my name was just too long. Grr.

5. Facebook. I’m on Facebook. Facebook is often where I share my day to day goings on. I’d love to see you there!

6. Instagram. You’ve probably already heard how much I love Instagram! I post new photos almost every day. My family thinks I’m weird. I’m okay with being weird. I love documenting my every day life with photos and Instagram is an easy way to make that happen. I’ve been using Instagram since December 2012. If you’re on Instagram, I’d love to have you visit me!

7. Pinterest. Pinterest is my favorite way to kill time. And no, I’m not always on Pinterest, but I do spend quite a bit of time – especially in between times posting there. Join my more than 21,000 followers on Pinterest! I have over 100 boards and literally thousands of amazing pins!

8. Email. Last, but certainly not least – you are more than welcome to email me. Of course, there is the Contact button you see there on the left side of the screen. You can email me at [email protected] I can’t guarantee I’ll have time to respond to every one of you – I get a lot of emails. But I do my best. I can promise I read every single email!

Your emails are important to me and I love getting to know my readers – so when you email me, it means a lot.

If you have a question, I may just feature your question and my answer in an upcoming post if I feel it will benefit other readers too.

I value your opinion and suggestions, so feel free to drop me a note any time!

What’s your favorite way to stay updated and in touch? I’d love to know!

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9 Comments

  1. Thank you so much for all your shared wisdom. I go to many sites regularly that have tons of recipes and decorating tips and that good stuff but this one is a one of a kind! The only one I've found that gives such unbiased advise, such as how to really be a good wife and mother. As a Christian woman I need this. Whenever I visit here I get an extra "pep" in my step haha Just wanted to personally say thank you, so very much. As a young Christian mother there is not that much support out there and am thankful for your blog. Happy day!
    1. Alyson, you really made my day. Thanks so much for your sweet words. I'm so glad you've found A Virtuous Woman helpful! Thank you for letting me know. God bless you and your sweet family!
  2. Virtuous women is our women's group name and am very happy to ready through the 10 qualities it is so wonderful. I will be happy to be getting more explain action on each of them. Thank you so much.
  3. This is my second day visiting you here and I am so excited to have found you. I spent way too much time moving around and reading different topics yesterday so I am going to try to decide what to do first and limit my time today! I live alone so it's hard to stay disciplined enough not to spend every waking moment looking around here. I can't decide to start at the Proverbs 31 study or the Calm to Chaos first. Any suggestions? I love the household notebook that I glimpsed through and look forward to doing one of the studies that helps with that. Thanks for such an inspirational site!
  4. Greetings to you with your wonderful job. It must be a gift not a job to me. I am leading women in our congregation and I have found your scriptures very helpful. may the almighty keep on showering you with more blessings so that you can also be a blessing to us.
  5. Dear Ladies, We have an 1874 vintage sourdough starter and I am just looking forward to using. Good to meet you sisters. This site is a breath of fresh air. God bless.

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