Over the past few months, I've accomplished things I never thought I would. I graduated Georgetown University with a master's degree in Communication, Culture & Technology. I spoke at a professional conference in-person for the first time. I drove to San Francisco and then travelled the historic Lincoln Highway all the way to New York — by myself!
While I have a website for my road trip that sorely needs to be updated, there are other things I want to write about: coding techniques I used on that blog, my knitting, neat projects I'm doing at work. Stuff like that. When I saw a challenge to Bring Back Blogging, I saw this as a sign to add a place on this site to write up my thoughts on various topics. My goal (and it is a goal, not a resolution) is to write at least three blog posts in January. That's all the challenge calls for! I can do that.
I would very much like to get back into writing. In my grad program, I remembered just how much I love to write, and how little I do it anymore. Some of that is imposter syndrome; my brain tells me that not only has someone already said it, but that I would be seen as incompetent for only learning about it just now. However, I heard recently (was it someone at the most recent HighEdWeb?) that even if someone may have said something already, learning is always good, and by me writing about it, someone else may also learn something new.
My goal is SMART: specific, measureable, attaintable, relevant, and time-based. I have a bullet list of topics and a place to expand on them. So here's to writing at least three posts in January!