My first post as a contributor to HuffPost Divorce published last week. It was a post I had written back in August when my divorce was finalized. A good place to start, I suppose. Reading that post again, I am thankful I recorded the roller coaster of emotions I was experiencing at the time. Honestly,… [Read More…]
When I first started blogging in 2007, it was for an employer. I was working for a nonprofit and didn’t know the first thing about running a blog. I went to a class to learn the basics of blogging and did my research. I knew a blog was a great way to drive traffic to our… [Read More…]
My good friend Chris Carter eloquently introduced the #1000Speak for compassion movement that is taking over the blogosphere a few weeks back. This Friday, February 20th, the goal is for 1,000 people to share awareness of compassion in their own unique way. Will you join us? What does compassion mean to you?
A couple of weeks ago, I shared 70 things I enjoyed or endured in 2014. I admitted that I was not quite sure how I kept the blog going so consistently during such a crazy year. But I did it, and I’m happy with the posts I put out into the blogosphere. While #59 seemed… [Read More…]
As I shared last Wednesday, I attended the AYA Summit with ONE Girls & Women last week at Google’s offices in Washington DC. It was an amazing gathering of bloggers and panelists, and I am still struggling to find the right words to describe the experience. There will be a post soon though. I promise…. [Read More…]