Check out my material featured on the good men project:
I've been reading that facebook has changed some of its page stuff. Just curious whether people are still seeing my posts. I mean, they are few and far between, but I don't want to lose you.
Robert Harms, are you still out there?
My blog post from yesterday is currently being featured over on Elephant Journal. Click on this so that they continue to think I'm good for traffic:
Career advice from future me to my future grown son (yes, the one who is now an infant) http://wp.me/p1yKjv-yd
Still working on getting my new post up (I know, I suck), but in the meantime, you might enjoy my friend Alli Blair's travel blog and page, The Vintage Postcard.
It's perfect for you if you like any of the following:
a) Canadians (real ones, not Americans who travel with a Canadian flag on their backpacks to look more worldly),
b) Elephants (She rides elephants), ...
c) world travel (that's what it's about),
d) vintage postcards (though I haven't seen one? Maybe it's just clever marketing)
e) Bikinis (because there are bikinis)
f) Photographs (because she has a camera (or maybe just a cell phone))
I could probably go on all day listing things that this blog has. But seriously, just check it out because she's going to a travel blog conference and will embarrass herself if her facebook page has the fewest likes out of everyone at the conference (I'm not going, but I'd destroy her in "likes." Thanks for that everyone.)
Here's a link to her site if you don't want to go through facebook page: http://thevintagepostcard.com/
If any of my devoted followers are in NYC this weekend. Come cheer me on at the NYC half marathon.
My number is 16246. There's an app for the race so you can track me. Or watch for the group of elite men racing by. Then count to 125 million Mississippis and i should be just about to pass you.
For those that had never met me in real life, I look like this while running:
This is embarrassing - Just over a week left until the NYC half and I'm not in the top 3 fundraisers for my charity. How about a little help? You'll feel good, I'll feel good, and society will be fundamentally better off. Everyone wins
Here's the link:
and here's the blog post where I give the epic details:
Whose turn to change that diaper? http://wp.me/p1yKjv-ya