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On Ethics… and Blogging

I’m thinking about ethics and blogging this week. Whether monetising my blog fits with my fashion philosophy. And my espousing the idea of slow fashion.

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Investing in Ourselves

This week, I’m learning all about “investing” in myself and being open to the richness of life. And it’s something I’ve been doing for years. Who knew?

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So You Think You Want to Write a Blog, Eh?

So you think you want to write a blog, eh? Be prepared for lots and lots of work. And tons of satisfaction.

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Messing Around with Computers. And Barns.

I’m messing around with computers today, and thinking about change.

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Follow the Money… Maybe

I’m considering monetising my blog, and I’ve been reading about the rules for “disclosure” which many bloggers aren’t following.What’s with that?

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Desperately Seeking Susan’s Blog Identity

I’m updating my blog format and, in the process, trying to write a “tag Line” that sums up what my blog is all about. That’s way harder than you think.

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Time for Change. And I’m Not Talking About My Hair.

I’ve been thinking of updating my blog. Making big changes… that have nothing to do with my hair. Ha

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New Horizons

Okay… so… I’m a little excited this week, folks. Brenda Ray Coffee has asked me to contribute a monthly post to her blog 1010 Park Place. And today my first post Women Who Have “It” is live. You can see …

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Elephant in the Room: On Working Hard

I listened to an interesting podcast on CBC radio the other day. One that started me thinking about hard work, and about blogging, among other things. “Seat at the Table” is a new series hosted by Isabelle Racicot, a well …

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Six Weeks on the Road… Notes from a Weary Traveller

Six weeks on the road and I’m a gonna make it home tonight… well, not tonight, exactly, but the day after tomorrow night. Apologies to Dave Dudley for misquoting his classic sixties country and western song. And apologies to those …

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