It’s a tiny shred of advice I include in every social media strategic plan, consultation or conversation about social media – “Don’t forget, it’s SOCIAL!”
You can build the best strategy, post religiously, and RT your heart out, but if you aren’t making social media a part of your real-life, everyday existence, the former is all in vain.
It’s the beauty and downfall of social media. You become public. Continue reading
I heard an ad on the radio the other day asking me if I’d found true love yet. If not, they could help.
“Interesting,” I thought to myself. “I wonder what their definition of true love is?”
If you Google ‘True Love” you’ll find all sorts of helpful tools. You can take a test to determine if you have “it”, or find a number of definitions that include language like “Love is when you feel depressed and sickly when you’re not with her.” That doesn’t sound like fun at all. Continue reading
This is my idea of a good night; jazz flute blaring from the radio as I work on arts and crafts. (And by blaring I mean quietly playing so as not to wake The Child.)
Weeks have gone by since I’ve touched my sewing machine. I’ve been too caught up in post-trip/new job chaos that I haven’t had time to truly miss it. Now that the house is once again clean and quiet, I’m itching to get my craft on.
I hadn’t realized how ugly our kitchen chairs were until I started reading Design Sponge regularly. There are so many neat DIY projects on this site, complete with before and after images, that I walk away wishing I could quit my day job to focus on such things. Alas, I don’t (yet) have that level of talent or skill, and I like my day job too much to quit. Continue reading
I’M GOING TO BRAZIL! Salvador, Brazil to be exact. This time next month I’ll be wrapping up my excursion. I haven’t completely wrapped my brain around this latest development in my life.