Tag: writing

Get Back On That Horse

I was in a good place for awhile when it came to updating and writing on my beloved website/blog. I posted regular updates while in New York, or at least semi-regular. I’ve never been perfect, by any means, about daily updates or always writing about the things (I think) make good posts. However, lately, I find myself reasoning out of posting due to the fact that I simply haven’t in several months.

Much has changed since my last post.

I was reflecting on my impending graduation that was to take place in December, what would change, and what would come next. Well, graduation already feels like another life ago, as does college. In reality, it has only been about 6 months, and yet I find myself in a place I never thought I would be.

Thankfully, I have a job, one that challenges me daily, keeps me on my toes, and in an office where I am always working on something different. Not to mention my co-workers are pretty great.

And now that I am settled in this “new life,” if you will, it is time for me to stop making excuses. To stop saying it has been too long, and to add to that expansive space of indefinite time. It is time for me to take action!

And so with all of this disconnected, mumbo-jumbo I bring you… Me, me getting back on that blogging horse, and (hopefully) getting back to where it all began. Join me, as I reconnect, and we become “Wire[d] In…”


Decisions & Definitions

So, as you may or may not know, this blog was partially an “assignment” for my Social Media in Public Relations class.  However, I don’t view it as much as an “assignment,” but rather a challenge.  I’ve always been interested in blogging, but I’ve never quite figured out how to fit it in my life.  Or how to blog about something that people, other than my close friends & family, actually care to read on a regular basis.  Or — bum bum bum! — how to pick a solid topic.

If you know me relatively well, or even have just known me for a short time, you also may or may not know that I am TERRIBLE with decisions.  It’s a problem.  With that, comes the difficulty of deciding on a cohesive and copacetic topic for this (what I hope to be) very lovely blog of mine.  And yes, this deciding of a topic was an “assignment…”