Penelope Marzec2 days ago
Yep, it could drive anyone crazy, which is why I limit it to once a day. I do what I can for promotion, but there are a lot of books out there. The competition is fierce. :-)
Suz deMello2 days ago
Another way to drive yourself crazy...
Mike Hinshaw12 hours ago
Reunion party? Like in high school or family? Let me know if you need any help. I have lived in Austin for over 20 years (this time). Ha!
Marc Zazeela15 hours ago
Been to San Antonio lots of times but never to Austin. My TX family tell me it is someplace I need to visit. I'm looking forward to seeing some of your snaps and hearing your stories.
Pamela Morse2 days ago
Good thoughts, Priscilla. I did live in Austin in 1968..but it is hard to remember exactly HOW muggy it is.
Suzie Poirier1 day ago
Absolutely Lisa and Mark. 5 minutes a day?? What can be done and how do you build real relationships on that timeline?
It can be frustrating when people just don't understand the value and time commitment. They just want to push out some content and walk away until the next day to rinse and repeat.
Enjoy your weekends!
Mark Harai1 day ago
Value comes from actually contributing thoughtful meaningful substance to a topic or niche... For me, that's not easy. It's work.
You have to dig for the nuggets of experience others can benefit from, and as you pointed out, be motivated and willing to learn new things everyday to stay on top of your game. This alone takes at least 10 minutes a day :o
Thanks for your thoughts, Lisa - wishing you and yours a safe holiday weekend : )
Lisa Buben2 days ago
Mark, it sure does take more than 5 minutes per day - whenever I see posts that say even less than an hour a day I become quite skeptical. It's not just the responding and pushing out content, it's keeping up with all the changes on each social site and interacting on each as well. Great post!
Jill @ Chasing Adventure24 minutes ago
Havana was exhausting for us as well. We stayed in Playa Jibacoa instead of Havana, which made all the difference I think. I will definitely go back to Cuba, but after yelling at a boy in Havana during a day trip (not my finest moment), I will try to visit other less touristy towns next time.