Second Chance to Live — Special Edition — 900th Article
Posted by Second Chance to Live on April 27, 2012
Could you please help me? Thank you.
Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friend. I am always happy to have you around my table. Thank you for being here. This article is being written to commemorate my 900th article that I have written for Second Chance to Live during the course of the past 62 months, My goal has been to provide information to encourage, motivate, empower and instill hope in the lives of my readers.
During the course of writing and publishing I have – in my naivete and not knowing better – created articles in Microsoft Word for the first 4 1/2 years and saved those articles in rich text format. I then copied and pasted these articles into WordPress.com’s Add New Post window to then publish on Second Chance to Live. In the past year, I found that what I did in my naiveté created a code conflicts.
When I realized that I created code conflicts, I sought to find an alternative to Microsoft Word to eliminate the code conflicts. After seeking to find an alternative to eliminate the code conflict, I started using windows live writer. Although this adjustment has reduced the code conflicts, I have 4 1/2 or so years of code conflicts within Second Chance to Live. I share this information to ask a question of you.
I am in the process of seeking to create my own web site and move away from the web log format. I have a huge amount of content, given my now 900 articles, many internal article links, My Site Map of 900 articles, Site Map for my 56 You Tube Video presentations, Site Map for My Interviews and Guest Radio Appearances, as well as all the other content shared on and through Second Chance to Live.
I need your help in a big way. I am not sure how to preserve, convert and transfer all of the material offered on Second Chance to Live – with the code conflicts – from WordPress.com to a web site. In the event that you know of a way or you know of some one who could help to streamline this process, your time and kindness would be immeasurably helpful and profoundly appreciated.
During the course of the past 62 months, everything that I have presented on and through Second Chance to Live has been done freely and without charge or cost to anyone. Because I am unable to work — due to my traumatic brain injury — I am living on a fixed income. Because I am living on a fixed income, I do not have much in the way of disposable income. Consequently, your above help would be significant.
Here is my Contact page. Send comments and questions and I will respond to you.
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This entry was posted on April 27, 2012 at 2:46 pm and is filed under acquired brain injury and feeling alienated, adult children of alcoholics and traumatic brain injuries, Adult Children of Alcoholics living with traumatic / acquired brain injuries, brain injured soldiers, Brain Injury Education, Caregivers for people with traumatic / acquired brain injuries, Families impacted by brain injuries, Fulfilling your Destiny, Learning to Accept Yourself as a brain injury survivor, Learning to Love Yourself as a brain injury survior, Living with a Invisible Disability and feeling shame, Living with a traumatic brain injury and feeling shame, Living with an Invisible Disability, messages of hope and inspiration, Military Personell impacted by Traumatic Brain Injuries, Military Traumatic Brain Injury Support Meetings, Overcome Being Bullied, Overcoming Societal Stigmatization, Parents of children with Acquired brain injuries, Post Traumatic Syndrome and Suicide, Soldiers and Marines who sustained traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injury, stroke, Traumatic Brain Injury and being Bullied, Traumatic Brain Injury and Suicide, Traumatic Brain Injury and What is my Destiny?, Traumatic Brain Injury Self-Esteem and Self-Worth, Traumatic Brain Injury Support Groups / Meetings, Veterans Living with Brain Injuries. Tagged: Creating a Web Site, Pleae Help Me, Web log transfer to a Web Site. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.