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Sometimes people ask me where I come up with my ideas— as a writer, as a blogger, as a content marketing specialist. If I am in a playful mood, I tell them about my ‘special fairy.’ But most times, I say that I practice thinking like a child. And, know what? There is no creativity gene. 5 Habits That Make Me a More Creative Blogger (and Writer) | Cat's Eye Writer Blog | Judy Dunn | Blogger | Writer
Summer Blogging Challenge cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by cambodia4kidsorg There are a ton of “challenges” out there about blogging daily or 30 blog posts in a month and I think they are absolutely great for many. That being said, with summer here for many of us on this side of the world, I am not an advocate of staying connected the entire break. It is great to start some habits over the summer that will continue on into the school year, but it is important that people have an opportunity to recharge their batteries, spend time with family and friends, and just enjoy themselves.
So What Has Changed Since I Started Blogging and Tweeting? The first PHSprincipalBlog (changed to Director 4/1/2009) post was on 9/18/2007 . (332 posts overall) I have been using Twitter for 4 years, 4 months, 2 weeks, 1 day, 4 hours, 54 minutes, 7 seconds starting on Nov. 29, 2007 according to http://howlonghaveyoubeentweeting.co m My activity on my blog as well as on Twitter have diminished as of late. I still find an incredible amount of value/entertainment by engaging in the online discussions, I just find it harder to make time to write and send out 140 character tidbits. My participation in these discussions has ebbed and flowed over the past four years and I am sure I will get more bursts of blogging energy.