It's been 16 months --almost the duration of two full-term-pregnancies--since I left the blogosphere. It's been an Beyond the Looking Glass wild kind of adventure. Please forgive my mysterious non-disclosure about the details behind my disappearance. I'm keeping them quiet for 2 reasons: It's too freshly painful to recount sensibly and sensitively--memoir needs a lens of distance to achieve objectivity; And more… Continue reading Hello world, I’m back; I’ve changed.
So you want to know the truth about solo entrepreneurship? If you write and/or blog with the intention of finding readers, pay attention because you are already a solo entrepreneur! Not everyone prefers to know the truth about the plunge they're taking. Some people don't want to hear about the potential disappointments, missteps, frustrations and… Continue reading Larry Keltto shares 5 critical insights for solo entrepreneurs’ success
Thank you, thank you, to my many blogging friends who bring Europe to me! I'm proudly American, but I lived in Germany and went to school there, and had the chance to get around Europe. So my loyalties are divided. The USA has abundant natural resources, stunning landscapes and an almost crazy amount of… Continue reading Blogging Party: European Vacation
Welcome! We're glad you could make it! Perhaps the coolest thing about blogging parties is, they’re always going on whenever you have the time and inclination to attend, and no one minds–or even notices–if you show up before you brush your teeth, with nothing but the radio on. Let me introduce you to five of… Continue reading It’s October–join our pumpkin party!
I ditched my categories a while back, to give myself freedom to blog about whatever I wanted to blog about. It worked. Blogging stopped feeling like a classroom "assignment" and became a spontaneous overflowing of whatever was on my mind. And my readers weren't freaked out when I went eclectic--instead, their feedback was that they,… Continue reading Thinking about changing my mind (about categories); help me decide
Reading "The Art of Travel" by Alain de Botton has re-introduced me to the thought-provoking and inspiring writings of John Ruskin (1819-1900). He has got me thinking again about something I can never seem to explain-why I blog and post; and why I read your blog or your posts (you whose blog and/or facebook posts… Continue reading Thank you to my friends who express themselves
You’ve been wondering where I’ve been. It’s difficult keeping up with the my rapidly-changing world so I took a hiatus. I had life reasons, nothing dreadful, but you (especially if you have chronic health issues) know how life goes. The biggest reason I didn’t blog for a month, however, is because I forgot why I’m… Continue reading I needed a hiatus from blogging
Here’s another disclosure for you. I love to cook but I hate taking pictures of food and I hate writing detailed recipes with measurements. Cooking is the way I relax when I’m not writing or taking care of my persnickety health. My blog started to turn cooking into work and I didn’t like that so… Continue reading Disclosure: This is almost a recipe for cherry-berry pie filling
I’m starting a whole new blogging chapter. Let me start by saying that I cook WAY more often, and make a lot more variety of foods than I’ve been posting on my blog. Yesterday for example, I baked a vegetable pie with whole-wheat crust, stuffed with grated onion, zucchini, carrots, potatoes, mozzarella, romano & italian… Continue reading Is blogging just another cherry-berry pie-in-the-sky?
I thought blogging was letting people eavesdrop on my life. I wasn't interested in holding an open house at "www"--doesn't that mean I'm inviting the whole wide world? But now I see that blogging is one of the most profound ideas of the last century-- It's whatever the blogger wants it to be! I've decided this blog is… Continue reading Let us now praise non-famous men, and women!