If you’ve been around this part of the blogosphere for a while, I don’t have to tell you that my blog posts have been few and far between (or practically non-existent) this year. So when I read that Shell was co-hosting a year-in-review extravaganza, I thought it would be a good opportunity to not only “Glantz” back at this year’s highlights, but also fill in some of the gaps.
At the end of 2012, I was working two part-time jobs, as well as freelancing. In January, I said goodbye to freelancing and the part-time job I had been working for about 18 months. My co-workers sent me off in the best possible way, with laughter:
|“The work you do while you procrastinate
is probably the work you should be doing
for the rest of your life.” – Jessica Hische
I remember hearing this quote a few years back and thinking, If only I could get paid to Tweet and Facebook and tinker with online design all day… Pfft, like that would happen. In January that pie-in-the-sky dream became a reality when I accepted the position of Communications Director for a local non-profit organization.
On Sundays, I got to play with one of my favorite people, co-teaching at our Religious School.
All in all, it was a fun and satisfying start to the year.