Not long after publishing two days ago, I got my first like. There's always that giddy feeling of someone else acknowledging whatever you just threw out on the internet. Before long, there was another one. More affirmation! And then a third, a fourth - I found myself going back and forth between clicking the little … Continue reading Chasing stats and other distractions
I happen to be a hyper-aware person and am typically not someone who can be "got." When I gather myself up and decide to paint at home, I've always got one ear and eye on the two doors in our spare room. I'm almost never home completely alone, so I'm always anticipating my mother or … Continue reading Spooked
Honestly, the lion has nothing to do with the title. Beyond the fact that I hate searching out stock photos just to get some clicks, but I also intensely desire having a visual of some sort (if it's my own). Thus, a lion drawing, sketched from a picture... I did not take. Silent nearly 6 … Continue reading All in Good Time
I watched a video with Dan Rather and Richard Edelmen this week (well, I watched a little bit, but mostly was listening to it like a podcast - it's a bit lengthy). Jeremy Skule hosted the two for a discussion on the current trustworthiness of media. Basically, it is at an all time low. There … Continue reading The Whats and Whys of an RT Blog
I made this to get an idea of who's engaged online in our field. I want to know who's speaking up, who's getting what done - the kind of people I want to connect with, and who know what's going on in our field. Not all of the blogs below are exclusively dedicated to RT … Continue reading Who’s Blogging in Recreation Therapy?
I'm deciding what to do with this space. Because right now it's just a mish-mosh. Kind of like my life. Feels like it's on the verge of changing, but not quite there. I've been throwing myself in a number of directions, hoping something sticks. It feels inauthentic to be casually re-posting articles I write for … Continue reading Hello .blog