If you like my blog, you’ll like these wonderful friends’ blogs below even more! Take a few minutes to check out their thoughtful content. AllisonCarlyChrisIanJaredJeanineJeannieKatKseniaSamSteveMystery Friend
I really enjoy all of these for their thoughtfulness and relevance. If you’re interested in philanthropy and my content isn’t quite enough, well worth reading any or all of these. White Courtesy Telephone:Posts include perspectives on learning,education and training in the field of philanthropy. Philantopic: A blog of Opinion and Commentary from The Philanthropy News Digest… Continue reading Six Great Philanthropy Blogs
My friend Kent who I met at the library just began a blog in which he reposts noteworthy spam. I am very much a fan already, as his first post truly captures the beauty of a well-written spam email. A blog like this can transfer the frustration and eye-rolls expressed upon receipt of spam to… Continue reading Spam can be fun
If I ever want to blog to scale (which surprise! I do.), I need to shape up. I don’t want to change my content (at least on this blog) because I like the mix of NYC, philanthropy, taxes, humor, snippets of thought, sociology, DIY tips, and photography, but “my masterpiece, v1.0” doesn’t sound as good… Continue reading Inviting Submissions for New Blog Title!
but I think I installed it, and I think that means that non-Tumblr people can comment on posts. Lovely readers - please try it, especially if you have really nice things to say. Tech people - how do I made this look more obvious / correct, and am I using it correctly? Social media is… Continue reading I don’t know much about Disqus
I like the man-smell of a hardware store: odors of old leather, fresh cut lumber, oiled machines, limey smell of plaster and new paint. I like the men who come to hardware stores, men with calloused hands in dirty jeans and sweaty shirts, men who work. I remember times we came together for shingles and… Continue reading
This is what you see when you hit “Archive” at the top of the page. Pretty nifty to see some common topics and themes emerge. I also haven’t been opposed to changing my “style”, but it looks somewhat consistent. Yay(?)!A fun overview of my blog history!
I’m still doing my thing 400 posts later! Help me get more Tumblr followers and readers via Twitter by reposting or writing your own little commentary about my blog. Thanks!
I wrote this for the Back to the Hill blog for Tufts University. But, the thoughts can apply across the private university spectrum. Incoming call. 617-627-5000. Wait! Don’t groan yet! Yes, it might be a robotic sophomore calling to ask for money for Tufts, but give her a chance! Yes, you’re still paying back student loans and trying to… Continue reading Why Giving Back Makes Cents*
That’s what my mom told me once, and I’m totally going to respect that here. But events this morning led to several written apologies to me (real letters!) and the question “Do you keep a journal?” I said “no, but I do blog, and thank goodness my mother had advised me that I shouldn’t publicly… Continue reading Don’t blog to embarrass someone