Category Archives: blogging

Letting go of social media

Some people hang on to their jobs forever.  Some aren’t sure. They retire, return to work, retire, return. And others leave cold turkey. On my last day of work I believed I’d fit in the second category. A day later, … Continue reading

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The beauty of blogging

Today I’m replying to an interesting comment made by Sharon in response to my last posting: “Ann, you write, ‘I like the challenge of trying to turn everyday experiences into blogs.’  That sounds a bit like people who travel who … Continue reading

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Blundering into a blog

I like the challenge of trying to turn everyday experiences into blogs. Earlier this week I took a friend named Ross Hunter to lunch, someone I met at least ten years ago before he became well-known.   He treated me to lunch last … Continue reading

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Micro lunch

The highlight of my day was being treated to lunch in a Microsoft cafeteria and getting close enough to a couple of Microsoft objets d’art to snap photos, all the while getting tips on how to increase visits to my … Continue reading

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Blog on

I love blogging, but when I sit indoors for most of a week the blog-topic light bulbs don’t even flicker in my brain, much less illuminate an interesting idea.  Cerebral power outage is the best way to describe the situation, … Continue reading

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