About Arganise

Hello to one and all. My name is Arganise yes not a very common name and to some very difficult to say it’s fine though, I have over several nicknames. In case you are wondering how to pronounce it, you say it like (R-JUH-NEECE). I am a eighteen year old high school senior that is very passionate about what I do which is writing, inspiring, and creating. I’m hard working, diligent and laid back also,and Β a little goofy,but hey It’s part of the package! I’m a little open about different things so I won’t hold back. I have numerous goals and dreams to accomplish on my journey of life. I would like to reach out to more of a teen audience since I am one and I understand the hardships and life experiences of being one. I will try to post consistently I hope to build fans and an amazing audience who enjoys what I write and have various talents. It doesn’t matter who you are or what you look like, I love you all. Know that you are welcome, I want everyone to smile and have fun here. If you like what you see so far, then this is just the beginning. I will leave you with this. Never let anyone tell you what you can’t do. You are a creative genius and you will do great things. The sky is the limit.

~Arganise

115 thoughts on “About Arganise

  1. Arganise, may I extend a hearty welcome to “My Attic.” I want to thank you for throwing caution to the wind with your decision to follow my blog at great risk to losing your funny bone. Mind you, no one has lost one yet from reading my blog, but I feel it only a matter of time before my blog accomplishes this minor medical feat. For anyone passionate about writing, having a blog to express oneself on different subjects you’re interested in is the way to go. I note you don’t intend to limit yourself to one genre of writing which will accord you the chance to write on a wide array of subject matter. This should draw a variety of personalities (especially from your target audience, teenagers) to your blog, say nothing of attracting a humorist bent on practicing unlicensed medicine on the ulnar nerve which masquerades as a funny bone. Delighted to have you following me, Arganise! ;o)

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  2. Thank you for visiting my Blog Arganise, I sincerely wish you well with your writing and reaching out to other teens. I am the other end of ‘life’ now (- 78 yrs old) and you are growing up in a very different world to the one I grew up in here in England. Young people nowadays seem to have such a lot of responsibilities and stresses thrust upon them and the world is a scarier place too, but the opportunities open to you are greater. There is a God looking out for us though if we turn to him … May he bless and keep you on your life’s journey. Eileen

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  3. Hello Arganise. I think your name is unique and beautiful. I just read your post on that crazy woman, which I heard of her, I just could not stand to follow up with the details. OMG! This is a crazy world we live in. I have so many questions, but should we believe anything she said? And, if the children were indeed committing those actions, where did they learn them from? What happened to their father? How come none of the teachers made a report for the children being absent for so long? Unbelievable!!!
    Thank you so much for sharing the story with us, and for visiting my blog as well.
    Take care.

    Nadège

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  4. Nice to meet you and thanks loads for following my blog! I hope your writing journey flourishes immensely and that you remain authentically you! Cheers and happy writing!

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  5. Glad you found my blog. Thanks for following. I will check out your writing on wattpad. I write there too! My username on wattpad is Mythologica. Hope to see you on wattpad too!

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  6. Arganise!! Wow! I believe it was over 40likes from you. I know it’s tough to read all the blogs that we follow. THANK YOU!

    BTW, I think it’s certainly wonderful that you’re writing at such a young age. GOD puts no limits on us only we do.
    You keep being your best self and reaching all audiences especially the youth. Show us all that GREATNESS starts at any age. Much Love, Light and Blessings, Emma

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    • Yes mostly all of them I have read. Thank you BTW I find it interesting to learn from others once you out it out there and hare it knowledge is truly powerful. I do want to reach a large crowd not for attention or recognition but, to share knowledge and opinions. To learn from one another.
      ~Arganise

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  7. Hi there! Thanks for the like. Also, I’m writing too and the longer I do it, the clearer I get. I’m older than you and am re reading “Strunk and White Elements of Style” a really short book on how to shorten and be direct, powerful with language.

    Just one question: How did you manage to set up wordpress without Gravatar? My ‘computer guy’ says I can’t.
    Allison

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    • Um, for candy cane i was in the holiday spirit and when i think about christmas, i think about love and kindness which is sweet. my inner vouce said comare it to something sweet like a candy cane. for spotlight, i cant say much, that was basically my attitude speaking lol. thanks for the follow i lool forward to reading more f your writing
      ~Arganise

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  8. Hello, lovely. I apologize for just getting back to you. I have been so very sick, but am finally feeling better. If you would still like to interview me, I’m game! I’m also running a “Featured Friday” on my site where I’ll be featuring one author every week. Would love to feature you, your work, and any links you have. Thanks and just let me know! πŸ™‚

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  10. Thanks for stopping by.

    I see you’re passionate about writing. Follow your heart. I pray more than success in writing. I pray that you touch and change lives.

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  11. You went and done it. You went and followed Uncle Bardie’s Stories & Such. You are now one of Uncle Bardie’s Band of Merry Followers. Just so you know, Uncle Bardie’s a hoot, and he’s got quite a few whoppers in his bag of stories. Some funny, some not so funny. But all told for your entertainment. Thank you for following his blog.

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  12. I’m not a teenager, I’m a retired teacher, aged 64, who loves to travel and write about it! I’m glad you are passionate about writing too. A blog is a good way to get started these days. I hope you can find your appreciative audience, especially other teens. Visiting other blogs and following them (like you did mine, thank you very much!) helps one build one’s audience, I’ve found. Best wishes to you!

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  13. Hey Arganise πŸ™‚ It’s so great checking out your site. Mostly I wanted to say thanks for your like on one of my post. I’ve only recently started and post somethings I write from time to time. That first like really means a lot to me and I am truly honored that you were the one. Keep doing what you love because you are the best at it! Again thanks for the support you gave me by that kindest of gestures.

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