Wednesday, August 3, 2016 28 Comments
500 Posts – really?
Time Flies when You’re Having Fun!
© Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC
Good news/bad news
I recently received a notification from the WordPress Fairies congratulating me on the publication of my 500th blogpost – not even counting the over-100 blog pages I’ve put together since that fateful day when I decided to publish the fruits of my 25 years of ADD/EFD experience, information and coaching techniques online for free.
Regular readers are well aware that only a handful of these posts
are what anyone would consider brief!
THANK YOU to everyone who has let me know through likes, stars and comments that the time I spent meandering to this bodacious accomplishment has been worth it!
If not for you, I might have spent that time agonizing over the sorry state of my all-too-messy abode – or given up coaching and training altogether and signed on for an actual job!
While attending to either would have undoubtedly delighted my friends and family, I am personally grateful that I haven’t been forced to take such desperate measures so far.
So What’s the BAD News?
It has taken more time than expected for a number of you to find your way here. Many of my newer readers have probably missed more than a few foundational concepts and work-arounds.
Although I continue to link to older-but-still-relevant posts like a mad thing, I certainly understand the time-crunch that inspires those decisions to investigate later.
So rather than creating brand new content for some of my upcoming articles, I have decided to recycle. I plan to cobble together portions of my personal favorites that, judging by the dearth of comments and likes, have been languishing in undeserved obscurity.
I suppose I could conclude that nobody really liked them the first time around, but I have chosen not to go there. I believe they deserve a second chance in front of the blogging footlights, and that they will be brand new and helpful offerings for the majority of my current readers.
I hope that decision turns out to be good news for YOU.