Man with a horse drawn wagon outside of the Field Columbian Museum
Preparation for move to new Field Museum. 1920.
Things have not stopped since I got back to Edmonton in early August. My sister and I are living together in a cosy townhouse (yes, that means small), and on weekends since arriving we have been working on a range of projects, from gardening, to estate sales, to painting, to jam making, and setting things up. In the meantime, we've also gone through two or three versions of a strategic plan, done a soft launch of the upgraded business, and started networking. And since we are into September and that is always a time that I want to be at school, I enrolled in a course. Not just any course, either, but a stare you in the face, stretch your boundaries and scare yourself by stretching yourself and work with blogging phenom and author Chris Brogan.
My goal is to become a better blogger (and certainly a more frequent one). You'll see some of my homework show up here if it offers something for you, and I encourage you to jump in and contribute to the conversation here or share information that your friends and colleagues might find helpful. After all, blogging takes place in a very social space, and sharing it with all of you is both my pleasure, and a way for me to grow as a writer.
What are you doing these days to move ahead with your plans or stretch yourself?