Building Bridges

One of the weird thing about working from home is the random isolation, especially for me who is an honest to goodness extravert.  It’s true.  Meyers-Briggs even proved it.  Yet I’ve come to realize that writing isn’t a solo sport.   This business of writing is essentially about making connections and building bridges between worlds.  That’s one of the things that’s so cool about blogging.  When I get a comment on this blog it thrills me. Really it does! Keep them coming my friends. The baristas in the local coffee shops will thank you because I won’t be talking their ears off.  As will the people walking down the road with their dogs, the guy at the deli counter….

Today, I’m heading to a conference that essentially teaches more effective bridge building in the social media world.  I signed up on a whim, but now I’m really looking forward to what I can learn today.   The thing is you just never know in this new world of writing where you will land, but I’m open to the ride.

So, once again, thank you for checking in on my random muses on really nothing.  I wish that I was more thoughtful about posts, that they weren’t so random, but I’m a victim to the muse.  I can’t help myself.  Have a great day.

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About julietruekingsley

Crazed writer living on the coast of Maine! Attempting to blog daily in fifteen minutes or less.
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One Response to Building Bridges

  1. mjrowan says:

    I love reading your blogs coupled with the fine photos that go so well with your topic. Writing seems to be a lonely sport, but sometimes exhilarating, too, when contact is made. You’re touching a lot of spots in lots of us. Keep building those bridges.

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