Re-Write Right

I’ve been trying to get organized again. This time I’m trying improve the organization of this blog! The amount of entries has gotten to the point of being unwieldy. So I’ve set up a new Archives page with sort of a “Best Of” selection. In the process, I’ve learned a few things:

As I’ve gained clarity with my own goals, the increase in growth is immediately obvious in my posts. Writing on a regular basis is certainly a way to gain some clarity. Some posts are personal observations based on things that happen in my life-those I may add to “About Me.” I noticed that I like to write about books I’ve read and movies I’ve seen, and keep track of little snippets of useful information I run across. That’s just me, and some of that will undoubtedly continue.
I see several posts that I’d like to go back to and update, expand upon or just plain fix stuff. As I do this, my hope is that it’s not too annoying to people who are reading. Just like me, this site is a work in progress!

Since I was lifehacked, I’ve been in a constant state of discovering tons of awesome sites that are new to me. I’ve been madly posting bookmarks to del.icio.us as I attempt to keep them all straight. My head is awhirl with all this learning! I do not intend to duplicate information that is available elsewhere, and if ideas for unique content come to a screeching halt, so will I.

I’ve always thought that one of my talents is finding the best information and creatively organizing it so people can find it. But I’m beginning to see that the explosion of information on the Internet and the tools that are now available are likely rendering that obsolete. So it may be time to re-think a few things too! But that’s ok, the important thing is to right any wrongs as soon as we can. It’s not too late to change, it’s not too late to say what you wish you had said.

I enjoy finding great information, combining it in new ways, and packaging it creatively. I'm highly interested in the areas of goal setting, time management, and skills to improve life.

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