One Mom’s Journey from Fat to Skinny to Confident


What it means to be a blogger. . .

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I stumbled across this post by Dave Winer and I nodded my way through it. I’ll quote him because I can’t say it any better myself…

“I don’t claim there’s any global significance to what I write here. I claim these are my own experiences, related as clearly as I know how to relate them. That’s all. Nothing more.”

Funny thing is I think we are more significant then we realize for sharing those experiences but I’ll save that for another post. :)

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    April 30, 2010

    I’m just a newbie blogger- more for my own record and have received some notes already that amaze me when I realize someone has read it and been inspired or laughed.

    I think in times when so many of us are spread apart by space and time- we cling to our e-connections because we can identify so closely.


    April 30, 2010

    Interesting quote and post in general. Global significance is hard. But just like in life, by talking to one another, by reflecting and sharing we absolutely do make a difference. Whether it’s big or small our voices — in person and online — can resonate. I’ll look forward to hearing your further thoughts on it.


    April 30, 2010

    I started my blog for myself, for my own motivation. I never expected to impact anyone else, but I know I have from the amazing comments I have gotten. I still blog for me, but it is so much more enjoyable when I strike a chord or touch a reader or make someone laugh or make a new friend:)


    April 30, 2010

    That’s a great quote.