Since the election, I've been at a loss as to what to share online. It feels like the collective is either screaming with rage, weighed down in despair, or checked out. I stare at my screen and wonder, "What should I share? What is truly needed?" I can't tell you the number of people I've … Continue reading Each word, image, and video we share online has a ripple effect
After posting 20 Ways to Be a Generous Blogger last week, I realized that I haven't done #13, "practices link love weekly" in a long time, so below are links to 12 blog posts and articles that caught my attention this week. I've organized them into four buckets: Reflections about Work Life Balance and Our … Continue reading 12 Saturday Shares: Work Life Balance, Our Lives Online, Practical Skills, Publishing and Communications in a Busy World
Each time I teach the Juicy Blogging E-Course, I update the material because blogging trends and tools are always changing. I also look through questions posted by students in past classes to make sure the course addresses the most common issues. For example, past students have asked: How do I know my content is unique … Continue reading What is your #1 burning question about blogging?
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As I've been working my way through 20 days of prompts from Writing: Finding Everyday Inspiration, a WordPress Blogging U e-course, and getting my blogging groove back, I'm reminded of all the things I need to do to get my fingers on the keyboard each day. Some days are easy, but most days there are … Continue reading Navigating Creativity’s “Prickles”