New Day, New Blog, New Style
The last part being the most relevant, I feel.
With this blog, I’m going to trying something a little different that I have in the past. Instead of just spitting random things out into The Void, I’m going to be writing on topics and in series when possible in order to bring about a more successful “life and times” of this blog.
So, what does that really mean for you, other than a little less A.D.D.? It means I want to know what you want me to write about. I want to know what you really care about. And most importantly, I want to know what you want to read.
Three Things Your Mom Told You Never to Talk About
This is a three-part(ish) series on something my mom tried to teach me when I was little. There are three things in this world you just don’t talk about with anyone–Love, Religion, and Politics–because all you ever get are opinions. Unfortunately, there’s no escaping talking about any of these things, so just exactly how do you go about it when you have to?
The Lift and Times of Gizmo
This is an entirely self-serving, on-going series. I have a new puppy, and when I say new, I mean 9 weeks old new. I will inevitably post things about him growing up. So, I hope to maintain a series about just how crazy he is and what life with a puppy that young is really like. (HINT: It’s not as much fun as you might think.)
Women’s College and The Real World
This may end up being a series on some ideas that I had about a women’s college when I started four years ago, how those idea’s changed, and how a women’s college shaped how I live in “The Real World.” I’m still trying to distill something really relevant out of the whole thing, but I think it’s an interesting sort of topic. Esspecially since I came out of a women’s college and into a male dominated profession.
On Day One of this new blog, this is where I am. These are the things that I know I want to talk about, or at least will inevitably end up talking about. Please send me suggestions through comments or on twitter about what you’d really like to delve into and discuss.
- A One Year Experiment in Blogging: Lessons in Content (bigbaddie.com)
- blogging, behind the scenes: post-planning (backtoherroots.com)
- You MUST Post Every Day on Your Blog [Misconceptions New Bloggers Have #2] (problogger.net)
Posted on July 30, 2011, in Reaching Out and tagged Blog, Family, Gizmo, Input, Love, Online Communities, Opinions, Politics, Religion, Series, Women's colleges, WordPress. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a Comment.