Techie Stuff

Tech Stuff? WHAT?!? This page is to help you get started with blogging, provide blogging tips, internet tips, safety tips, etc etc we are not an experts by any stretch of anyone's imagination when it comes to internet and computer stuff; everything we know we have taught ourselves by trying things until they work. What we intend to share here are the things that we find ourselves constantly showing to others; this way it is all in one place!

Many domestic violence and/or sexual assault (abuse) survivors want to speak out once they are safe and have started their healing journey. But, many are afraid still to do so, fearing that their abuser may read what they have written online. We plan to give options and solutions here that will allow those that wish to use the internet to speak out, a way to do so safely.

Along the way we will also share different platforms for various things and just give some over all explanations for many things that you may encounter around the internet. We will share from our experiences and trial and error process; not from a "this is right or wrong" or "I am an expert on this", point of view.

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