Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Where to Find Me

I maintain a lot of blogs. Maybe too many. Between personal blogs, collaborative blogs, and ghost-writing for clients, sometimes it feels like my whole day is filled to the brim with blogging! Clearly, you've found me here at Silly Goose Farm, but if you are ever wondering where else to find me, here's a quick sampling:

Lady of the Lake: This is where I post pictures that inspire my "someday" life (honestly, I feel like I do have my "someday" life, but the only thing that would make it that much better is a lake house and vintage automobile, and that's about it).

Marketing and Design: This blog is part of the Times Union community. I was asked to participate and offer my professional opinion and expertise (if you can call it that) on the world of communications, social media, blogging, public relations, marketing, etc...

From Scratch Club: I'm a newbie to this blog, but I already feel like such a welcomed member of the family. From Scratch Club was created by Christina in efforts to connect with other moms who deal with food allergies, but has grown into a hotspot for those who not only enjoy food, but make it a priority to try make as much food from scratch as possible and know the farmers and growers who provide the food we put on our tables. PS - From Scratch Club also plays host to some amazing food swaps. Awesome!!

I hope you'll take the time to check out these blogs and leave me a note! Each highlights a different aspect of my life, and it will help you get to know me a bit better, if you're into that sort of thing. Happy reading!!


PoetessWug said...

I don't know how you find the time!! PHEW!! LOL I'll follow along to see if I can find out!! ^_^ Have a good rest of the day!

Prippy Handbook said...

Loved learning more about your work!

And your someday life sounds right up my alley. I'll join you for a road trip to your lake house in a vintage ride anytime!


Lynn said...

You're one busy lady! :) I love learning more about you and didn't realize how young you are (compliment - I didn't want that to come across the wrong way). You sound much more mature than the "average" twenty something. Hope you're all doing well.