No joke: Tomorrow is a very special and wonderful anniversary for me. Seven years ago today the internet helped me have a baby. Seriously.
Wait. Do you not know this story? Oh, it's a good one. And it's nice to be reminded that the people on the other end of the wires and tubes and webs of our computing devices are as connected to us as we will allow them to be.
What some of you might not know (or even suspect) after meeting me at #BlogHer14 is that I suffer from severe anxiety. If I hung out with you at all during this year's conference in San Jose, you'll probably be scratching your head on that one. The reality is, at times my anxiety in public and social settings is almost crippling....more
Hi everyone,I am back and I apologize for not keeping up on the blog. You know I have learned a lot about this style of communication. First and foremost, this is really hard and it takes a dedicated focused person to maintian a steady stream of information. You girls are my hero, I am your struggling child in this new world!...more
Cue "Eye of the Tiger" playing on my iPod. We'll call it mood music, because today's post is all about what I've learned participating in National Blog Posting Month (NaBloPoMo) through BlogHer. Get comfortable, grab some Ramen noodles (kudos if you get the reference) and let's rehash all the things I've learned through this process.
I had been temporarily cut off, struggling to log on and be a part of women who blog. A glitch with my password, or something of the sort, that had me and my connection to BlogHer (Denise Tanton) perplexed. What I learned from my temporary absence is how much I miss this community....more