....who spent so much spare time social networking she was about to jump off a cliff.
(Bet you thought I was going to finish that off with something that rhymed, but I'm not a poet.)
So now I work fulltime from home during the day.
I've also suddenly become super-motivated to write more. All in the places I don't need to be, and not in the one place I do (my book).
I started a new blog, scrapped it because I became involved in an already started blog with the same focus. Then I started a new one. You can see the picture to the left to click on..."Glamorously Chic Designs". I just started it, so there is like 2 posts. lol.
Then I decided to revamp this old girl, now that I am no longer affiliated with the United States Military.
And in between, there is facebook pages, I needed a portfolio in order to write for publications and a resume, and blah, blah, blah....so if you are friends with me on Facebook, and you get 80 requests to like something affiliated with me, just do it. I will owe you one.
The one thing that was actually funny, was that I created a fan page for myself on FB. Not just for my blogs, but for me as a writer.
AND I IMMEDIATELY GOT CALLED OUT ON IT BY AN AQUAINTANCE FROM HIGH SCHOOL!!!!!!
"Did you just create a "fan page" for yourself?" he IM'd me.
I wanted to reply, "Uh, I AM somebody, so, uh, yeah...I needed a collective place that ALL my worldwide (that's right people...I am read WORLDWIDE) can go to in order to click a "Like" button.
I was slightly embarrassed, but the one thing I figured out in the past two years I've been blogging, is that the more people see your shit, the better.
I mean, I'm already "outed". I did that to myself. So now everyone can enjoy my picture attached to everything. It's funny too, because that is only damn good picture taken of me in the past decade.
I have to go now...I have to create another page for my new blog, and then write an article due tommorrow for FootballNation.com about the Top Ten Big East Football Stadiums, followed by another article due this week on health insurance for theLosAngelesPost.org.
I might actually sleep one day this week...