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Back to blogging!

I don’t usually set resolutions on January 1. Instead, I wait until Groundhog Day.  As Wiarton Willie, Shubenacadie Sam, and Punxsutawney Phil poke their furry heads out of the ground and look for their shadows, I sit down to imagine what I want my shadow to look like in another twelve months. 

One of my goals for 2013-14 was to blog more regularly, but that didn’t happen.  I was busy with lots of other writing, including the final edits for my book, three conference papers, a ton of new projects for my current position as Faculty Development Coordinator at MacEwan University.  

It took my involvement with Novermber Project to get me blogging again. It was great to be able to write in detail about how much working out with them every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings (at 6 AM!) has made a difference in my life.  You can find that full blog post here (I’ll hopefully cross-post it on my blog with their permission soon).


So, it’s looking like I still met the goal I set as part of my Groundhog Day resolutions for this year!  Stay tuned for another post or two next week about the talk I’m giving today at MacEwan as part of their Humanities Speaker Series: “From Teaching to Learning: Reimagining Higher Education.”


1 comment

1 Bojan { 01.17.14 at 12:20 pm }

You can definitely repost it. Nice job!

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