So much is going on this week that I don’t have time to catch a breath.
First, I will be a guest video poster at The Outlier Collective. For those of you who don’t know, TOC is a blog created by Le Clown and Madame Weebles. Each week, they choose a topic and invite bloggers “to weigh in on the weekly topic, in whatever way they choose. The results are sometimes funny, sometimes poignant, sometimes passionate, always thought-provoking.”
This week has been a ” A Seven Day Conversation on Feminism,” and I’m loaded to go on the last day, Sunday. It’s a bit intimidating being one of the only men in the discussion and watching The Belle Jar’s post “10 Signs That Feminism May Not Be For You” go viral. This post got over 14,500 hits in less than 4 days. Have you ever seen a 2000 visit stat bar next to a 5,500+ bar look like Bruce Lee standing next to Kareem Abdul Jabbar? I have.
Then I have an article scheduled to come out on Tuesday at the Greater Good webpage. Greater Good is an amazing off-shoot of the University of California at Berkeley. The tagline at Greater Good is “We study the psychology, sociology, and neuroscience of well being and teach skills that foster a thriving, resilient, and compassionate society.“
Right up my alley, right? I know I’m probably shooting myself in the foot by telling you about the article before it comes out, but I figure if I didn’t tell you and it didn’t come out, you would never have known about it. See how considerate I am.
- I am so far behind on reading blogs that I have decided to just enjoy the weekend.
- I am so anxious about the syndicated posts that I have given up all expectations.
- I’ve been making videos almost everyday this week and none of them are perfect, but all of them represent who I am and what I believe.
- I am working harder than I have ever worked for no pay, but I feel more content than I have ever felt.
- I am thankful to have found blogging and you as a blogging friend.
Hope to see you in the next few days at some different locales.
Thank you for reading, sharing, and/or smiling.
Have you ever found peace in the eye of a storm? Please share.