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Introducing Longreads’ Best of WordPress

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Today we’re excited to launch a new series with Longreads, the storytelling community that recently joined the Automattic and WordPress.com Editorial family. And we need your help.

We’re looking for the best long-form stories over 1,500 words, across all of WordPress—a quest that will span 22% of the Internet. It will include work from undiscovered writers, as well as the authors and publishers you already know and love.

Help us find and share the best stories

Authors and publishers: When you post something great that’s over 1,500 words, use the longreads tag on your post so we can consider it. You can also share a link to the story on Twitter: Just reply to @Longreads or include #longreads in your tweet. (If your WordPress site is self-hosted, Twitter is still the best way to reach us.)

Readers: If you find something that you love, share it with us!…

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Awesome Summer Distractions from WordPress.com

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Summertime
And the livin’ is easy

?George Gershwin

The hot months will soon arrive in the Northern Hemisphere and if you’re like us, you’re planning a little time off from your regular routine. We’ve got some sites to inspire you to make new dishes, read new books, and even appreciate an age-old form of entertainment. No matter your passion, there’s an active WordPress.com community talking about your interests.

Simple Provisions

If you’re looking for easy and delicious meals, Amelia Crook, the blogger at Simple Provisions, has you covered. According to Amelia, “Food does not need to be fancy to be celebrated,” and we couldn’t agree more. We’re planning to celebrate her grilled kale and chickpea salad for starters and could easily lose ourselves in her culinary wonderland.

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The Savvy Reader

Is time spent with a good book part of your summer agenda? Check out The Savvy Reader

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How to Find a Good Debt Consolidation Company

There is no disputing the fact that the recession took its toll on everyone. It doesn’t matter how rich you were in 2008, unless you’re Bill Gates, the recession definitely dented your bank balance. Now while people with millions may not have suffered too much, it is the smaller people with just thousands in their bank that suffered the most. This is because most of them were just starting off in life and had taken loans for the first time. They had no way of knowing that things were going to get so difficult. And when so many people were laid off in 2008 it obviously became a problem for people who had huge debts on their head and no source of income to pay it off.
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It is because of this that so many people fell deep into the clutches of debt in 2008. It’s been 6 years now and most of these people are still stuck with just as much debt on their heads, if not more. But there are a few smart people who turned to debt consolidation companies and got themselves out of this mess. It’s never too late for you to hire a debt consolidation company to help you either. All you have to do is go on the internet and you will find countless companies in and around your home. The only problem is that you will never ever be able to know which companies are good for you and which ones aren’t until you hire them. And once you hire them it usually becomes too late. So how do you know which company to choose and which one to avoid?

Well, the first thing that you should absolutely avoid is a company which offers you a quick fix. There is no quick fix for poor credit. If it took you 6 months to ruin your credit repair, it is going to take at least 6 months of hard work and dedication to fix it. Any company that tells you otherwise should be avoided at all costs.

The next thing you can do is to check a company’s references. If they actually are good at what they do, they will definitely have a few people who will be able to vouch for them. If you find that a company is not giving you the contact details of its references, chances are that they are fake. Don’t fall for their tricks. Unless you actually meet or speak to a few of their references, don’t just randomly believe what they tell you. Remember though, at the end of the day, it is all up to you. So be careful.