I’ve decided to use this space exclusively for my professional life so almost all traces of my personal life, including single parenting my daughter, are now on my Tumblr. This blog gets found for searches on “geddy lee daughter,” “kyera bowlen,” and “zack and joey nu,” among other things, so I figured I’d let everyone know where you can find my other, more private stuff these days.
I still have old posts here on radio and earlier posts from 2007 but hereon in, I’m keeping it focused on communications.
I’d love to see you on Tumblr! I post music and my insights on faith there, and a bunch of other things that just don’t fit here anymore.
My oldest Tumblr is from 2007. I don’t know what to do with it at the moment but you’re welcome to poke around. My not-so-secret fitness Tumblr is Fat Lady Working Out.
Compartmentalizing is good. Keeps everything separate.
I joined Tumblr in April 2007 before it exploded and became the popular online community it is today. My knack for adopting early and occasionally finding tomorrow’s next big thing stayed at the finding part with Tumblr. Twitter, the other site I joined a month earlier, had won my heart and became my favorite destination. After several posts, reblogs, and getting a handful of friends to join Tumblr, my tumblelog sadly fell to the wayside and only saw me once in a blue moon.
Tumblr may not be as widely visible as big players Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, or even Pinterest, but it’s grown steadily as the little microblogging site that could with 63.8 million blogs since launching in April 2007. It’s a great place to post what I like to call “bite-size” content.
Thankfully my daughter, who I dragged kicking and screaming onto the site in my footsteps, stayed on and became a Tumblr Staff favorite this year. Her newfound rockstar status prompted me to ask her how to get the most out of Tumblr. She schooled me.