My three-year anniversary was on November 12. Two years ago I blogged about why I love Twitter and those reasons still stand.
Today’s the two-year anniversary of my joining Twitter. The novelty’s worn off and I still really like it as a source for information, camaraderie and amusement. It’s not a time suck for me, though I do seem to spend less time with it now than I did a year ago.
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File this under “Only in New York.” Via Twitter, I saw a link provided by Sharon Lowenheim, the Organizing Goddess, to a New York Post article about people who use their refrigerators and ovens to store clothing. Storage space is at such a premium in tiny NYC apartments and these people never cook, so this makes sense to them.
I just got finished reading through my blog posts for 2009, in an effort to put together a post about my favorite blog posts of the year. (That’ll come later in the week.)
November 12 was the one-year anniversary of my signing up for Twitter. I have to admit that it took a little persuading on the part of my friend Shannon Wilkinson to get me to sign up. I didn’t get the concept and I thought it would be a mindless time suck. I had the rationale that I’ve heard time and time again from people who don’t understand Twitter that I didn’t care to read about the minutiae of other people’s lives, nor was I interested in writing about my own.
In the U.S., we gain an hour on Sunday as Daylight Savings Time (finally) ends. I always love this day because I’ve been given the gift of an extra hour. Rather than setting my clock back before bed, I do it after I wake up so I can actually experience gaining an hour.
I don’t know what made me think I’d find time to blog while in Orlando for the 2009 conference of the National Association of Professional Organizers. You’d think by now I’d know that I spend little time in my room there and when I am in my room I’m either chatting or sleeping.
I leave this morning for Orlando to attend the annual conference of the National Association of Professional Organizers. I have to admit that I’m a bit of a conference junkie. I really benefit from the information and energy of a conference full of passionate folks.
I posted back in December that I was enjoying Twitter. I’ve been on it now for five and a half months and I’ll admit it, I’m hooked. I don’t spend a ton of time with it, so there are many tweets I miss, but when I do have the chance to tune into my Twitter stream, good things often happen.
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I’ve been on Twitter for about a month now. As I posted a couple of weeks ago, I’m finding it very interesting, educational, and diverting. It hasn’t proved to be a time suck for me because I’m learning so much from the links people post to Twitter.
My friend and life coach Shannon Wilkinson convinced me a couple of weeks ago to give Twitter a try. Until I spoke with her, I didn’t get it. Why would I want to post short little messages to a social networking site? And why would I want to read what others were posting? Sounded like kind of a time suck to me. Somehow I felt a little too old for it (which turned out to be ridiculous).