I’ve done it again. It’s been a while since I’ve blogged. I’m not short on ideas and I’m not really short on time. It’s like working out — the hardest part is putting on your shoes. With blogging, the hardest part is signing on and putting that first word on the screen. So here goes…
Instead of a New Years’ resolution, I hereby commit to a May Day resolution: I will become a regular blogger again. If you choose to read my posts, I’ll continue to blog about my world and the world of work. World of work: unemployment, the talent shortage, women in the workplace, diversity, employee engagement, leadership, the job hunt… the list goes on. My world: the ridiculous amount of TV I watch, my obsession with my dogs, my travels, what I’m reading, my metastatic breast cancer treatment, etc. I’ll try to relate nearly everything to work and I’ll try to be engaging.
So my May Day promises to you:
- I’ll become a regular blogger again.
- I’ll continue to cover a variety of subjects, but I’ll try to relate most of them to working.
- I’ll have fun!
The promises I want from you:
- Comment on my posts. I want (and actually need) the feedback. And I’ll be particularly excited to start a dialogue about a subject that interests you.
- And have fun!!
So here goes… Watch the new and improved blog. Here’s a good place to start commenting — what subjects interest you? I look forward to hearing from you.
P.S. May Day resolution? That got me thinking. Where does the term “Mayday” — the universal distress signal — come from? I learned something today — it comes from the French phrase m’aider which means “help me.”