The way you start anything can be crucial to your success. Well, 11 days into 2013 I have effectively demonstrated how not to start. Today, I officially signed up for the Ultimate Blog Challenge, which runs from January 1st through January 31st. Yep, I started 10 days late!« Continue »
2012 is leaving and 2013 is arriving whether we like it or not. A reflection of the past 12 months can be very satisfying for some, while disappointing for others.
No matter if you are trying to kick 2012 to the curb as fast as possible, or you hope to savor in each remaining moment, I am sure every one of our futures will be impacted by something we experienced in 2012.« Continue »
Although I have written as much as I’ve liked to lately, my writing is still be read and shared by people. Recently, I was contacted by a website having an amazing impact on the development of many young athletes, and I was asked to be a contributing writer for the site. The site is called CoachUp.com, and it is meeting a great need for athletes, and their parents.« Continue »
I wasn’t sure where my blog was going to take me, or what value it was going to provide for my readers (if I had any readers). Yet, I am beginning to sense it is going to reach further than I initially thought, and help more people than expected.« Continue »
Today, I am celebrating the 100th post on my blog! This has been a goal of mine to reach 100 posts. My thinking was that I couldn’t consider myself a “real” blogger unless I had 100 posts. Since I am now a “real” blogger, I’m inviting you to my party! :)« Continue »
The Information/Social Media Age brings about great change in the way we live our lives. I have more social media accounts than I can count on both hands, although I regularly use only a handful. Via these social media networks I share pieces of my personal life, in words, pics and videos, and the thoughts that I have on a variety of subjects. I frequently post about the interactions with my family, sometimes digging into deeper details on my blog posts.« Continue »