“When do you find time to blog?” Yes, the question frequently comes up. Often, I blog in the wee hours of the morning, in the evenings, or binge-blog during the weekend and schedule postings during the week (delayed gratification and all that). These days, though, I blog during the day, at work. Would you believe I wrote 4-5 blog entries just yesterday? I’m almost back to my early blogging years output (7-8 per day)! What fun! I’m grateful that my colleagues have noticed.
|Photo Credit: Peggy Reimers (@preimers)
Normally, I’d be wearing a suit and tie but today was casual dress.
The Kick-It Award comes with high praise from my esteemed colleagues at the Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA). As the first recipient of the Kick-It Award (eat your heart out, Chuck N), I earn the award for…yes, doing what I love, writing, which in today’s parlance is, blogging.
Update: You may want to read this blog entry offering Five Ways for Leaders to Say “Well-Done!”
The award means a lot, not just because it was home-made by Dr. Bruce Ellis (although that does speak to his puissant skills as a “TCEA Maker“) but rather because recognition from your work colleagues is always esteemed.
Thank you for making me feel welcome and for letting me do what I love. In the meantime, why don’t you check out some of my TCEA blog entries? Tweet, RT, and Facebook them…not for money, but to ensure all read the gospel of edtech.