What My Blog Says About Me.

Lets be honest. I don’t put a whole lot of thought into my blog. I don’t have an editorial strategy of what I’m going to post. I do, however, put a lot of “me” into this space. The sub-theme, “Heaping Scoops Of My Brain,” isn’t just clever witticism, This space is really all about what I’m thinking at the moment.

Clouds from a plane

I don’t have a tag cloud enabled on my blog for a reason. I don’t think it adds anything to your experience here. However, I was going through some of the features on the back-end of wp.com and I found it has a tag cloud of your commonly used tags and such. These are mine. As I approach the end of the year, and my 200th(!!) blog post, I was going to do some reflection to what I’ve learned in my time here. Prepare yourself. 🙂

I have never thought of myself as a motivator or as inspirational. I have always just thought myself as a storyteller, someone you can relate to and someone you’d like to call a friend.

Again, thanks for sticking around with me. I hope it gets better from here. (If you want to see the posts which are related to the above tags. Click on them, it should take you there.) Going through them, I learned a lot about my writing style and how it’s changed since I began this thing.

5 Comments Add yours

  1. Sarah Salter says:

    I wish you would write more. You have such a unique viewpoint that you really make me think and you challenge me. And I completely agree that you’re a storyteller, someone we can relate to, and somebody that I’m PROUD to call a friend. 🙂

    So, in case you didn’t catch it, let me reiterate: MORE, MORE, MORE, MORE!

    1. Schnik says:

      Hehe. You could say that I have a unique viewpoint. I’d call it strange. I’m trying to blog more. Just need to find more time or less sleep. LOL

  2. Andy Hayes says:

    Love the tag cloud. Great idea 🙂

  3. Harnew says:

    Is this your first time seeing your own tag cloud?

    1. Schnik says:

      Yes. I don’t have it enabled on my site. I don’t think, in general, it adds anything to the site. 🙂

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