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Four Years: Part 4 – Keep Moving Forward

2014 04-27 Take it EasyWhen I envisioned writing this post I thought I’d have a grand plan for the year, but the more I’ve thought about it as the week progresses, the more I realized I don’t. And strangely enough, I’m okay with that. Plus the photo, I really want to kick back and relax in my blogging old-age 😀

I feel I’m to the point where I need to start stepping back a little bit from the blog. Not in any specific way, but I REALLY don’t want to lose touch with why I started the blog: to enjoy reading on a deeper level. As much as I love doing Culture Corners and Workout Wednesday’s I have a feeling they are slowly going to go the way of the Dodo. How is that phrase still so iconic today with much more prevalent species going extinct? Guess it is all in the name! But you never know, I do love to write about the museums and cultural things I do, and let’s face it I definitely need something to keep me accountable when it comes to working out and eating healthy!

I know I will continue to document the books I read, after all this blog is my own book journal. I might look at renumbering everything so that rather than starting the book numbers over each year, just going in order so the next one I would read would be in the 290s, but I might save that for the turning of the calendar year.

I would also like to learn a few more technical skills when it comes to blogging and my blogging related activities. As I mentioned yesterday I’d love to learn how you use Adobe Illustrator, more technical html/coding skills and podcast/vocal editing skills! I recently found out that through work I’ve got access to lynda.com, so hopefully some of these will become realities!

And because this week is about having fun and reflection/planning. Enjoy this GREAT clip from Meet The Robinsons which gave me today’s post title.

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4 thoughts on “Four Years: Part 4 – Keep Moving Forward”

  1. You absolutely should blog in whatever way works best for you. But I do want to say that I’ve really enjoyed your Culture Corner posts and would be sad to see them go.

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    1. Aww thanks. I don’t think I’ll get rid of them, they probably just won’t be every month, but who knows. I do really like having them remind me to go do something new or non-technology related (most of the time) once a month.

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