Try Hard Things

I have always encouraged others to be Web creators rather than just consumers. Since leaving the workforce in 2014, I feel like I have not been contributing anything meaningful. Obviously this is not true – I do lots of important things in my role as a homemaker, and I do not want to minimize that. Instead, I want to work harder to make those contributions count more.

One of my greatest challenges is that I am uncomfortable with speaking up, despite experiencing that others value what I say. The initial goal of this blog is to gain momentum in sharing ideas and experiences. I learn so much from reading other blogs and I am ready to add my own voice. It’s scary, though.

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