I am the newsroom coordinator for a daily newspaper in Massachusetts. In addition, about six months ago I began a video-blog highlighting some of the happenings in my town, from festivals to winter surfing, to Bingo night. One of the things I could really use some advice on is how to generate people to start responding on the site. Unlike other blogs on the World Wide Web that have blogs of vast interest to the many -- though some of those who live in the town will view it from time to time -- they're reluctant to actually post on it. All constructive advice is welcome.
My goal is to inspire women to create. Whether they think they are too busy or not. This coming from a woman who was bored out of her mind after having her first daughter-- I thought there was nothing else to do whilst being a mom. Today, I have a photography business, teach piano, create art almost daily, and just finished my first novel. We CAN do it all! And all four of my kids are happy and healthy :)
Vintage Indie - Modern Life, Vintage Perspective
our goal to give life to older things once disregarded and blend them
with the world that we live in today. Find useful do-it-yourself
projects, inspirations, books, events and products to render that
feeling of nostalgia in today's fast paced society, all while
supporting the independent business owner.
For me Creating Is a way for me to nurture and rejuvenate my spirit. As a Caregiver and nurture to my husband who was diagnosed with A.L.S. better known as "Lou Gerhig's Disease " In 1999 These are talismans that soothe and heal my soul. When I step Into my studio I am able to create pieces from my heart, my mind goes places that I've never been. I see colors and textures merging Into one and my little creations are born. It Is so rewarding....more
Vintiquities Workshop - Living A Creative Life Among Found Objects
A mixed media art blog with vintage style. Join me as I struggle with the demands of home, family, and the need to create! Flea market trips, tips and flops. Building my recycled studio. And more. Visitors are always welcome.