Blogging University 201 was much more intense than I expected, and I’m just now recovering from all that thinking and exploring. To recap:
- Day One: Goals
- Day Two: Audit
- Day Three: Get Read All Over
- Day Four: Give ‘Em What They Want
- Day Five: Make the Most of your Archives
- Day Six: Dig Deep into a Social Network
- Day Seven: Make the Most of Big Events
- Day Eight: Make your Blog a Hub
- Day Nine: The Buddy System
I LEARNED I get frustrated when trying to learn new technology. I don’t have the patience to learn all the steps needed to get the result I want. I’m much more patient when learning a new quilting technique. Technology skills are essential, though, for having a well functioning blog, and if I want to create a pattern which I can share electronically, I need these skills as well. Here I am. My ideas exceed my abilities.
I also learned I’m undecided about where I want to take my blog. Oh, it was easy to set some goals and explore the ways to get more followers. BUT, here I am at the fork in the road, wondering which path to take — the proverbial Y-seam.
Time is a factor in my indecision. I have a full time job, an overtime husband and a daughter I want to spend time with. I also sew sometimes. I’m involved with Liberated Quilters group and I’m helping to form the Central Virginia Modern Quilt Guild. I should get more exercise, and I feel overwhelmed by it all.
Stuck in a Y-seam,