I’m making a written promise right here and now so I have to stick to it. I am going to start blogging twice a week. “BUT YOU HAVEN’T BLOGGED IN MONTHS!” you say. Well, dear reader, you are right. And I don’t know where I get off thinking I can go from zero to sixty in blogonds (blog+seconds) but I’m going to try my darndest.
Each week I’m going to post two series. The first one I’m calling Monday Muse. I’ve been in the craft game for a minute now and I have encountered some amazingly talented ladies and gents making the coolest things you can get your hands on. I find their work and work ethic inspiring and am giving myself a platform to gush about them. The best part about craft people is that they are delightful and supportive and kind and generous so I’m hoping to put some of that positive energy back into the world by promoting them a tiny little bit on this here blog.
The second series is going to be The School of Loosely Learned Life Lessons. I love everything about alliterations, even the word alliteration itself. I’ve been flying by the seat of my pants (I just googled what that meant because writing it out made no sense and I hyper linked an explanation for the cliche if you also have no idea what it means) these past couple of years teaching myself a variety of things from how to cut wood to how to build walls to marketing to accounting. I’ve also had some pretty good professors along the way although they may not be aware of their tenure spot at TSLLLL. I might get t-shirts made with that acronym. I’m going to use this series as my note taking storage. I’ll be sharing the lessons I’ve taught myself and learned from others both as they come and some of the highlights from the past couple of years. I just realized I could have called this series run it up the flag poll (another phrase that 1. I didn’t know was a business cliche and 2. I had no idea what it meant).
I hope you’ll join me as I attempt to blog for more than two weeks.
Go run it up the flag poll. Should that be my version of Ryan Seacrest’s “Seacrest out”?