Weekend Update with JP 1.0

The Bipolar Battle, Weekend Update



Hey Everyone!


It has been a fun couple of months since I created The Bipolar Battle and brought it to life.  In that time, I have learned so much about the digital universe.  There is so much out there that I did not even know existed.




There are so many variations of posting schedules.  Some people post every day, but I do not have that kind of time to create reasonable content.  Right now, I publish posts on Mondays and Thursdays.




I created a free eBook to pass out to my readers.  I have it set up for free download and you can read it at your leisure.  If you are on a computer, it should be to your right.  If it is not there, it is somewhere on the page. 🙂  I would love to get your feedback after you read it.


I am also in the middle of creating a product that I am hoping my readers enjoy.  It is a formula for real life stability with this illness.  I am not sure when it will be completed, but I will let you know when it is finished.




Social media has been a huge learning curve.  Let’s see, I am on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, and I have even started a YouTube channel.  My mentor suggested I focus on one and build that as much as I can.  I have actually been getting some good success with two of them and plan on keeping the ball rolling.


In the future, I plan to post when I am able to.  I would really like to get my YouTube channel going.  I have been doing research on the technical side and learning some interesting things.




I have a particular vision for my website and I am glad I do, so I have a focus of where to go.  I would like to create a few products to help those suffering the way I do.  Like I said above, I am in the middle of creation, but it is taking longer than I had anticipated.  Therefore, I decided to put up advertising throughout my website.  Each time you buy through one of my links, I get a commission from the source.  There is no extra added to the price for the consumer (you).


If you are interested in creating your own blog, I wrote a post about how to.  You can read about it HERE, Create a Blog in Less Than 20 Minutes?.


I appreciate you taking the time to read my blog.  I really do mean that!  Without your support, I would not be able to get The Bipolar Battle off the ground the way I have.


If you ever have any questions, concerns or ideas, please e-mail me at:  john@thebipolarbattle.com.  You can also use my contact form on the website or any of my social media links.  Please feel free to get in touch with me. 🙂