Get outside today and blaze a new trail, discover a new path, or set a new course. The world is yours to discover!
“There is pleasure in the pathless woods.” ~ Lord Byron
The world would be a much better place if we all got outside and enjoyed nature a little more, smelled the flowers, breathed in the air, and just treated each other like kin or family, don’t you think? Enjoy your Sunday!
I came across a wonderful artist named Carolina at YesterdayAfter. Check our this lovely sunflower, and her weekly Meet and Greet Friday! 🙂
A Wild Sunflower – Original Watercolor ©Carolina Russo
Welcome everyone to our weekly Meet and Greet Fridays this is Week #35!
I am very happy that you found your way here especially if is your first time on my Blog, thank you for stopping by! I hope that your week passed very well and now is time to relax during your weekend. 🙂 My week has been busy as usual and I am so happy that I made so far with my INKTOBER Challenge there are few days left to complete the month!
Meet and Greet is a time to connect with new and old Blogs! Please post your Blog link in the comments!
Thank you for your participation and for all the reblogs, Twitter, Facebook and any social media where you share!
That’s awesome of you to help sharing this and keep the event going! ❤
Spread the voice and invite your friends…
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This blog is a little out of the ordinary for my personal blog, but today my personal life and professional life are intersecting. By day, I am a technology manager, charged with supporting software applications, building technology solutions for complex business problems, and making sure those solutions are secure and our end-users are properly trained. By night, I usually blog about those random things in life that inspire me. Lately, that has been security.
As this is National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM), I have been running a campaign at work to raise end-user awareness about simple security tips to use at work and home, as well as posting information on social media under my personal accounts. As a member of the “Stop. Think. Connect.” global online safety awareness campaign, I use many of their materials for this initiative. And when I came across “Safety Tips for Bloggers” I figured I would share this week, as the theme is “Our Continuously Connected Lives,” hoping I could share some useful information with my readers. Continue reading “Cybersecurity for Bloggers”
Well it’s not the weekend (I was taking a break from Social Media on Sunday), but it’s always a good time to meet new friends and find new blog inspirations. So thank you, Keith, for this opportunity. And “Cheers!” Everyone.
It’s the Meet and Greet weekend at The Light Breaks Through!!
Ok so here are the rules:
Leave a link to your page or post in the comments of this post.
Reblog this post. It helps you, it helps me, it helps everyone!
Edit your reblog post and add tags.
Leave your link! It is okay to update your link for more exposure every day if you want. It is up to you!
Share this post on social media. Many of my non-blogger friends love that I put the Meet n Greet on Facebook and Twitter because they find new blogs to follow.
Now that all the rules have been clearly explained get out there and Meet n Greet your heart off!
See ya on Monday!!
Thomas Jefferson said, “If you want something you have never had, you must be willing to do something you have never done.” Do something different. Step outside your comfort zone. I have done exactly that several times in the past several years: I started this blog. Changed roles at work. Twice! Changed departments once. I was able to do this because: I believe in myself and my capabilities; I am not content to stay put; and I push myself to learn new things, have new experiences, and GROW. Continue reading “Do Something Different”
We should not be content to stay stagnant; but rather we should continue to push ourselves to learn and grow, like a plant or a flower always reaching for the sun. Push, stretch, grow!
I started this blog almost a year ago, knowing nothing about WordPress. I wanted to write about things that inspire me and how I cope with fibromyalgia, so I just started and didn’t really take the time to learn the tool fully. I have muddled my way along, making my share of mistakes:
Haha. It’s been frustrating to say the least. But I laugh at myself and keep learning, because I learn from my failures and mistakes. Life really is a journey of self-discovery. We should not be content to stay stagnant; but rather we should continue to push ourselves to learn and grow, like a plant or a flower always reaching for the sun. Push, stretch, grow!
Continue reading “My Blogging Journey”