Thought-provoking conversations between me, myself and I
Congrats! I'm so jealous. I've been wanting to start a blog for so long. I have [blog] post commitment phobia, though. I need to stock-up on a year's supply of content or something first. :-) And you're already at the segue to a big-girl blog! At least I've been working on a blog name. Baby steps.
Jeanne - don't be jealous! Actually, it will be a multi-purpose website/blog because I will be promoting my writing skills and also a suite of academic writing books my husband and his sister have published. But I also want to keep blogging - like this - because it gets those creative juices flowing.I think you should just DO IT! Baby Steps might not be a bad name for a blog, either! But I think you were just referring to your cautious approach there.What blog names have you been playing around with?
I'm so excited for you. Can't wait to see what you put together. I know it's going to be fantastic!!
Don't forget that "soul searching at Starbucks" has been a key part of your brand. I really enjoy what you have to say here.
Thanks for the feedback, Harvey! I will take that into account. (Feedback - such a Unisys term. :) )
Pam,I'll be interested in seeing what your new site is like and what knowledge you glean along the way. I already noticed you've changed your writer's website, but haven't asked what has gone into such decision making. On my fall "to do" list is to see if I can pull together my own writing portfolio--or something of the like--on Wordpress. Or something. We'll see. Understand the technical part, but I'm also cheap and feel like I should get with it and learn some of the technical stuff. Time will tell, I guess.
Yeah, the "new" writer's website will be replaced by my new site. It was in trying to build that that I realized I could use some help! And the new one will be powered by Word Press and combine all my online crap, er, stuff. You definitely need an online portfolio, Deb!