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NaBloPoMo July 25: Seemingly Unconnected

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This post is brought to you by the NaBloPoMo July prompts from BlogHer. This month, I am writing about connections. 

Today’s Prompt:  William Plomer defined creativity as “the power to connect the seemingly unconnected.” Discuss.

Creativity surely brings the least likely pairs together for connections. Today, for instance, I am off to Chicago to celebrate creativity bringing people together. While I am at BlogHer, I will be connecting with women who are creative like me, but that we may not have otherwise have been connected. keep reading

NaBloPoMo: Connected to Community

BlogHer July NaBloPoMo

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This post is brought to you by the NaBloPoMo July prompts from BlogHer. This month, I am writing about connections. 

Today’s Prompt:  Do you feel that you are connected to your community?

I absolutely love my city of Pittsburgh, and feel very connected to it. My neighborhood in Tarentum might not be my favorite place in town, but how could I not love the city that: keep reading

NaBloPoMo July 15: Offline on Vacation? What?

BlogHer July NaBloPoMo

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This post is brought to you by the NaBloPoMo July prompts from BlogHer. This month, I am writing about connections. 

Today’s Prompt:  Do you find it easy to go offline during vacation?

Uh, have you read my “Unconnected” post? Then you know the answer to this is NO. My brother and I used to pay a pretty penny to get internet at our off-the-grid cottage in Canada. Okay, I paid it. I couldn’t help myself. It was right when Facebook was big and my friends and I had started a political blog. I needed to stay connected. keep reading

NaBloPoMo July 12: Unconnected

BlogHer July NaBloPoMo

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This post is brought to you by the NaBloPoMo July prompts from BlogHer. This month, I am writing about connections. 

Today’s Prompt:  How do you feel when you’re unconnected to the Internet?

Honestly, it could go one of two ways. I could be completely freaking out or completely in peace. There really isn’t an in between. That’s pretty sad, huh? keep reading

NaBloPoMo Day 10: Comments Please

BlogHer July NaBloPoMo

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This post is brought to you by the NaBloPoMo July prompts from BlogHer. This month, I am writing about connections. 

Today’s Prompt: Think back to that first blog comment: how did you feel when it popped up on your computer screen?

When I first saw a comment on my blog, I had the same reaction I do every time I get a comment–someone actually read what I had to say and took the time to let me know they had an opinion on it! A smile comes across my face, my fingers tingle in anticipation as I wait for the e-mail to load, letting me see your words of wisdom. I wonder if it is someone new, a family member, or an old friend. keep reading