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New Direction for the Blog

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Karlie's collected seed stash

 

Over the last few weeks I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about what my blog should be about.  I just can’t pump out business topic posts like a machine because I’m lucky enough to have so much flexibility that I’m not slaving away at… well anything and that means business isn’t always at the front of my mind. While I’m still working in my own businesses, helping others with theirs and testing new business ideas, business isn’t the only thing I do.

In fact, over the last few weeks, my focus has been devoted to developing a knitting pattern for a book submission and the 2 acres of lawn just outside my office window, tease me like a blank canvas teases a painter. But, while I was hearing the seed stash, pictured above, begging for some organization, I downloaded my banking statements and filed NY State sales taxes. I also did a cost analysis of fencing versus hedges and outlined a new business plan, in my head. Then I shucked more than 3000 accounts from my tweet stream and nagged my husband about cutting down the hollow, bug-filled Hawthorn tree in the front yard.

Super Duper Seed StashI’m a modern woman with a Family, Home, Business, and a slight inability to say no to my distractions. Though I think I’ll have more to say, here, if I don’t limit myself to being so single minded about business and let my other passions spill out onto the Internet now and then.

Besides, Google Analytics doesn’t lie and after importing my old blog posts and re-directing my Blogger visitors, I found that more people want to see my Buttercup Bag knitting pattern than want to know about Social Media for TV news.

Which makes sense.  Social Media advice is a dime, a dozen, but a unique knitting pattern only has one source.  (Well it didn’t hurt for me to do a little SEO for the pattern either.)

But anyway, look for a wider variety of posts coming out of this blog as I continue my adventures as a 21st century woman.

Written by Karlie

March 11th, 2012 at 10:17 am

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