It happened again. I haven't been posting on social media about migraine attacks, or nerve pain, or falling for two reasons: I've been focused on using social media for writerly efforts and managing two other social media accounts and have gotten rather handy at scheduling my posts a week or month in advance, and because… Continue reading My Contribution to the 12th Annual “Headache on the Hill”
It's social media tutorial time, and today we're talking about how to create a Content Calendar in Asana. You can take an afternoon to set up and schedule your content for the month, or you can break it up and do each step in less than an hour. I'm finding I'm getting faster each month.… Continue reading How to Create Content Calendars in Asana
We need to chat about social media today, specifically all the rumors, fake news, and crazy memes on Facebook. I LOVE social media and marketing, and any opportunity for teaching, so here we go... ...but, fair warning, I'm a bit out of patience, and I may have made a snarky reply to a meme on… Continue reading Social Media, Rumors, Fake News…What are the facts?
On New Year's Eve, I had only one writerly meeting or event on my calendar for all of January, and honestly I was feeling a bit lonely. Still transitioning from the move, and catching up from the busy-ness of the holidays, I was having all the feels... both good and bad. I decided to focus… Continue reading Focusing on the Process–Controlling the Work
Our family has been friends with the Seelyes for over 25 years. Imagine our joy to learn they moved to Granbury a month after Steve accepted his new job here and we started preparing to move. The first week after I moved to town, we went to the annual Granbury Christmas Parade with them. It's… Continue reading Gizmo Testimonial…
New boots for Christmas!! Can't wait to see where they are going to take me in 2019. First of the month/end of the year tabulations show my Instagram account has grown by 95% (that is not a typo! 95%!)!! I dislike working with numbers as a rule, but boy HOWDY! What a great treat to… Continue reading Welcome 2019!
My friend, Tex, suggested hashkickers while helping me come up with a title for the presentation I gave last Saturday at Marine Creek Creative Writing Conference. I think she said it in jest, as we are in Texas and you know what we're known for kicking, but the more I thought about it the more… Continue reading Becoming #Hashkickers: how to use hashtags like a boss
I am still recovering and processing all the thoughts and feels from the weekend. My baby got married. So, today's prompt in the #SCFacebookChallenge, "what inspires you," is too much for a Facebook post. As I think over the past week, the activity, the phone calls, the last minute craziness, disagreements and apologies, the rehersal… Continue reading What Inspires Me…”Comadres”
We've all heard some version of the old adage, "If you're not changing, you're dying." Since you last read a blog post from me, I've done a lot of changing. July and August was spent working on a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for my book Why's That Dog in Here? (it wasn't successfully funded,… Continue reading Are you keeping up with the changes? Life & Social Media
The manuscript for Why's That Dog in Here? is drafted, and first round revisions are underway. I thought you might enjoy a sneak peek, so I asked Steve to pick a scene for me to share. The book is a series of questions people ask, examples of how Gizmo mitigates my disabilities, and positive and… Continue reading Why’s that dog on the bus?