Tag: blogging

Money and Me

Currently I listen to podcasts that tell me stories, take me on adventures and recently — help me reevaluate my financial health. Clark Howard’s podcast led me to Choose FI, which led me to a score of others. Listening to real life stories from a wide range of people and the steps they made to

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Happy Anniversary – who knew?

I received a Happy Anniversary greeting from WordPress acknowledging my 5 years of blogging with them. Time has a way of flying by, doesn’t it? Now, since it took me off guard, I didn’t have time to write an acceptance speech. But I want to begin by thanking WordPress who made it all possible. Without

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In the land of make-believe

Blogging. It’s sort of surreal. If you’ve done it, you know what I’m talking about. Putting thoughts, ideas, challenges, questions, concerns, issues, photos …out there for the world to see or reply, ignore, spam, comment, enjoy, interact, or possibly dismiss. And yet, we keep doing it. For some of us it’s a daily thing, for

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Things that Matter

I’ve been sporadic in my writing lately. It’s hard sometimes coming up with something that matters and personally, I want to write about things that matter and add value to the reader and leave me with a feeling of accomplishment. Perhaps I’ve had a difficult time writing these past days because the words don’t connect

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Blogging: Leaving your comfort zone

Reading blogs from friends near and far is a treat I give to myself.  Viewing bloggers’  activities, reading about their history, struggles and successes, reading about their newest venture — all of this takes courage to write and post. There are many words that I write and then…delete. Maybe they are too personal or too

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Come Down from the Blog Cloud!

Blog writing is an amazing experience and allows me to showcase books, conferences, photos, videos and get your ideas and comments. However, what’s really important is to continue to find ways to interact face-to-face.  I’ve met wonderful people all over the world … and would love to meet up with some of them for a

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Live from Twitter : Social Media replaces TV for good reason

When earthquakes and tsunami’s hit –back away from your tv and turn to social media. You’ll get real live people with stories about hope, success, challenges and yes, deaths and tragies. You’ll get a better understanding of the big picture and not just the blood and tears that TV is apt to toss our way.

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