So this is my first post. I’ve decided Facebook has been a real annoyance lately, I’m not that into “hanging out” on Myspace anymore, but I really like to post things and write things – I’m just not that much into the social aspect of these sites. So I’ve decided the best way to do what I want to do is through a blog.
These are some facts about me that will come up in my blog:
I am absolutely obsessed with Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails).
I am probably addicted to the internet. I spend time on Facebook, Myspace, Twitter, Google, Blip.fm, Youtube, Playlist, Pandora, Imeem, Jango, Blogger, Lulu, Bangornews, etc., etc., etc.
I am a mom of three kids – boy almost 17, girl 10, and girl 5.
I am mom to a special needs child (girl 5) who has Ring Chromosome 22.
I love to write.
I work in a medical office but would rather be a published author.
I dropped out of college twice.
I think I may have adult ADD.
I met my husband on what was Stories.com at the time and is now Writing.com.
I was kicked off Stories.com for impersonating The Storymaster. 😛
My husband moved to Maine from Michigan with all of his stuff in a U-Haul, after knowing me for five months online, never having met me in person, with the full intention of moving here and marrying me. And he did obviously.
And then we had Sarah. My other two are souvenirs from past relationships. I had never been married before though.
Oh and I’m trying to get into the habit of working out and eating healthier. My husband has actually agreed that going vegetarian is a good idea, although we will go all to hell on Saturday nights and Sunday mornings. 🙂
I will see how this goes, but I may actually create a few different blogs for different topics and then just link them together. We’ll see.
Here’s video post number one:
Young Trent – he was so messed up then. He has only gotten better. (This is my NIN obsessive moment for the day.)
I can hope that this article will help save me when the hospital does its audit of employee internet usage. :-S
Study: surfing the Internet at work boosts productivity – Ars Technica
People who are able to spend 20 percent or less of their time surfing the Internet at work are more productive than those who don’t, according to research from the University of Melbourne. Small Internet breaks help workers focus better, though Internet addicts still have a problem.