Tuesday, January 06, 2009

Good-bye....for now

Hello DOC.
I know it's been a while, and it's going to be even longer.
In case you haven't noticed, I've taken a break from blogging. This blog has been sitting abandoned for quite a while. It will never be active again. Blogging became a chore for me, rather than a pleasure. I think of a blog post a least a few times a week, but they rarely turn into actual text. If I do write them down, they don't get posted. I've created another blog, but I'm not ready to commit and make it public. When I do, I'll let you know. I am still reading, but it will be a while before I write again. Once it is something I want to do again, I'll be back.
Thank you all for your advice and thoughts. I treasured them.
Jen

8 comments:

Christine-Megan said...

We'll miss you, and I hope to see you back soon.

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Take care.

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Lee McAlilly said...

Jen,

If you're interested in coming back to blog about your condition, I'd love to talk to you about becoming an official blogger for EverydayHealth.com. We have a huge audience that would be great platform to share your experiences with Type I.

Please email me at lmcalilly (at) waterfrontmedia (dot) com if you're interested.

Thanks!

Lee McAlilly
Everyday Health Blog Coordinator

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Stephen in AL said...

Hello, this is the first time I have ever visited your blog, so I wanted to leave a comment for you. First off, I wanted to say congrats on creating such a great blog, my girlfriend is starting her own and it certainly takes some time and effort! However, I will admit that I had another purpose for leaving this comment today. Last month was Lupus Awareness Month, and I helped to put together an infographic in honor of this important event. While I tried to share it with as many people as possible over the course of May, there were of course many that I was just not able to reach during the month. So, I figured that it wouldn't hurt to reach out to some more people this month, because spreading awareness for this chronic autoimmune disease should be a year-round deal anyways. If you are interested then I invite you to check out my lupus awareness infographic and share it with others!

Robert in Florida said...

I just wanted to say thanks to Stephen for taking the time to share this wonderful infographic! It is obvious that a lot of hours have gone into the creation of this work of art, and I believe that this is a great way to spread the word during Lupus Awareness Month. In particular, I had no idea that the 17th was Put on Purple Day, but I will certainly keep that in mind for next year. I was also very interested to see what the Lupus Research Institute was able to accomplish over the last year! I will certainly be looking to share your infographic with others this month. I would also like to invite you to check out an infographic I helped put together for Arthritis Awareness Month. After all, I don't think you can ever share too much information, especially when it comes to building awareness for chronic illnesses.