My Spelling Sucks is the first personal blog I’ve written. I consider it my first blog because metzgbusiness has a number of articles that were written at other sites prior to my developing a blog site.
When I started my spelling sucks it was with the intention that I wanted to create a site that would provide me a platform and topic that I could write continuously on. I wanted to take on a project that I could stick with and build. This project wasn’t about making money or building a business it was about doing something and sticking with it. I also wanted to further understand blogging and social media, out of personal interest.
After nearly two years of writing on My Spelling Sucks I have achieved both the feeling that I have built something I feel good about, have stuck with and learned a lot about social media along the way.
In addition to these intrinsic rewards the MySpellingSucks web site has afforded me the opportunity to be the East Cobb 2009 Father of the year. This award was granted based on the article Seven years.
If you look through the web site you see articles about my family, and all kinds of stuff in addition to the core of the site which is mainly about raising my daughter with CP.
In 2011 you will see a slight change to the my spelling sucks web site. There will be two weekly posts. One post will be on Thursday’s and will point readers to my guest posts on 5 minutes for special needs. The Thursday post will also summarize all the crazy family events from the previous week. The second post will be published on Tuesdays and will focus on motivation, an issue related specifically to CP or an issue related to my ADD and dyslexia.
You can also expect to see a speaking page developed in 2011. I’ll be creating two speeches one for adults who are dealing with coping and one for teens who are going through self-esteem issues.
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