Confessions of An April Platform Challenge Participant

This post is one in a series of Anniversary posts for Wordsmith Studio (WSS). Last year we joined Robert Lee Brewer’s April Platform Challenge on his blog and united to create a community of writers who support each other. I have a confession to make. I’m doing it again, one bit at a time. building history I blogged on and off since 2007. My website … Continue reading Confessions of An April Platform Challenge Participant

Reuniting my passions

First, I’d like to apologize for setting aside my online presence for a while. I’ve been soul-searching about my life, its direction and it’s taken its toll on my blogs (both here and at Circadian Design. There are going to be a number of changes to this site, likely culminating in merging the two together. As many of you might know, I am an Intern … Continue reading Reuniting my passions

April Platform Challenge Day 20 (and a few others)

The My Name is Not Bob April Platform Challenge has been both encouraging and challenging. If you’re wondering why I haven’t posted on it lately, it’s because I’ve been joining things like Google+, rediscovering Hootsuite, networking with others, participating in twitter chats, and actually writing blogs with ‘Calls to Action’ at the end. So far its been a pretty invaluable learning experience, and even today’s … Continue reading April Platform Challenge Day 20 (and a few others)

April Platform Challenge: Days 5, 6 and 7 – Catching Up

Its been a busy weekend so of course doing the April Platform Challenge has been difficult. Thankfully the last few challenges have been pretty straight-forward, so I’ve combined them into 1 post. Day 5’s  Challenge: For today’s task, create a blog. You can use Blogger, WordPress, orTumblr. In fact, you can use another blogging platform if you wish. To complete today’s challenge, do the following: Create a … Continue reading April Platform Challenge: Days 5, 6 and 7 – Catching Up

April Platform Challenge: Day 4 – Tweet-l-Dee

As you’ve read, I’m going to see how far I can make it with Robert Lee Brewer’s April Platform Challenge. This will be tough: a full-time job, no computer at work because I’ll be on site for the next month doing deficiency reviews, a course with an assignment due and an exam this month, plus easter. Today’s  Challenge: For today’s task, create a Twitter account. … Continue reading April Platform Challenge: Day 4 – Tweet-l-Dee

April Platform Challenge: Day 3 – Facebook Timeline

As you’ve read, I’m going to see how far I can make it with Robert Lee Brewer’s April Platform Challenge. This will be tough: a full-time job, no computer at work because I’ll be on site for the next month doing deficiency reviews, a course with an assignment due and an exam this month, plus easter. Today’s  Challenge: For today’s task, create a profile on … Continue reading April Platform Challenge: Day 3 – Facebook Timeline

April Platform Challenge: Day 2 – Know Thy Goals

As you’ve read, I’m going to see how far I can make it with Robert Lee Brewer’s April Platform Challenge. This will be tough: a full-time job, no computer at work because I’ll be on site for the next month doing deficiency reviews, a course with an assignment due and an exam this month, plus easter. Today’s  Challenge: For today’s platform-building task, set your goals. … Continue reading April Platform Challenge: Day 2 – Know Thy Goals

April Platform Challenge: Day 1 – Know Thyself

I’m going to see how far I can make it with Robert Lee Brewer’s April Platform Challenge. This will be tough: a full-time job, no computer at work because I’ll be on site for the next month doing deficiency reviews, a course with an assignment due and an exam this month, plus easter. Today’s  Challenge: For Day 1, define yourself. I don’t want you to … Continue reading April Platform Challenge: Day 1 – Know Thyself