Making sense of this world of ours.
Getting craftier in March
What is blogging good for?
A few goals for 2020
Learning photography with a bluprint course.
To grow your blog audience, you have to post regularly. I have periods when I post every day, but sometimes I just don’t have it in me. If I’m not feeling great, sitting in front of my laptop can be unpleasant. It tends to aggravate my MS sensory symptom (tingling in arms and legs). I […]
There’s a problem. I’m going to turn my virtual chair around and sit backward to indicate that things are about to get real. Here’s the thing; I don’t think I can be the type of blogger I want to be, and have a day job. Am I ready to quit my job? Not yet. I […]
My brain could do better Lately, I’ve found myself spending too much time scrolling through my Twitter feed. Sometimes when I come across something objectionable I delve into the post’s replies to see if someone out there has something to say that will make me feel better. I know, I’m just looking for someone to […]
Artful Blogging is my favorite magazine. You’d think I’d buy it more often, or subscribe. I’m always inspired by the images and blogger stories in the magazine. Brittany Sherman of vavoomvintage.net was featured in the latest issue. She talked about using “batch blogging” to keep her content flowing. She also said she uses a Happy […]
There was a brief time when I would create monthly exhibits on my cubicle walls. It got to be too much trouble. Here’s a sample. I learned about the Highland Wildcat from M.C. Beaton’s Hamish Macbeth novels. In the new building we have an open plan workspace so there’s no more cube decorating for me. […]