Sunday, June 15, 2008

How do you find the time to do it all?

As I'm starting the blog, I ask my fellow bloggers. How do you find the time? I'm getting a collection of blog favorites, that I can just read and read... I'm trying to start my own, but I really wonder if I'll be able to keep up. As I am finding it difficult to carve out the time. Personally, being a later learner for technology, I am occasionally stumped by the technical part. For example, I'm trying to include a calendar on this blog... but now one turns up in every post! Not sure how I did that. (Yes, I needed to delete one before I could post this.) I need to go back and read the directions again.

I tried to include a few of my favorite blogs that I've been following over the last few months. I listed 5 on the right. They are skilled professionals who have taken the time to share their expertise and knowledge. Thank you! I've already learned a lot from them. I'm sure I will be adding more as I continue to learn more about web 2.0 tools and visit more great blogs. Any advice from experienced bloggers on how to find the time?

Next post, I hope to include some of my favorite OT student blogs. Those have been really fun to read.


Karen Janowski said...

Welcome to the blogosphere! My suggestion is to start using RSS to subscribe to others blogs.
It is a real time saver - I subscribe to over 140 blogs so I need something like this. You can use Google Reader or Bloglines, for example.
I will add your blog to my RSS feed.

Anita Hamilton said...

Hi Welcome to our virtual OT world! Please keep blogging and putting OT information on the internet as it is just so important! Thanks for listing my Blog, it took me a while to get the courage to put myself out there in the virtual world, I'm now so glad I did. I have met many like-minded Web 2.0 OT's on the way. I've added your blog to mine now, so you HAVE to keep it up to date! :-P
Cheers, Anita Hamilton(

barb said...

Please add my blog to your already long list. I focus on hippotherapy but have a big interest in autism and creating hand activities.I will add your blog to my list if i can figure out how. I am always looking for new ideas and welcome guests write on my blog.