Bringing it back: Daily Posting

1 Jun

I recently went to drinks with some of the original co-workers from The Company, which included 3/4 of the people who interviewed me for my first job post-college, members of my first team and my first boss. Even though we don’t see each other often enough it’s always great to get together, rehash stories of strange experiences both in the office and on the road from all of our international travels and just catch up on life.

My original boss at The Company, Big Tuna, then took the opportunity to recommend I do more blogging. He at one point was keeping a tally of the funny stories I was telling and told me “That’s like 6 blog topics! How can you not be posting these things on your blog?!!” and well, he’s right. I do have some random stories and so starting with June 1 I am going to blog every day – my goal is through the end of the month but I’m going to make an effort to possibly blog every day in general. I figure between working downtown, random outings with friends, Facebook and Twitter I shouldn’t have a hard time finding something entertaining to write about.

It might even force me to be a more regulated train commuter…the MAX is a hot bed of blog material.

So subscribe via the tool bar on the right, add me to your google reader, your web browser bookmarks, a daily stop on your morning ritual online checkin’s, whatever you need to do. Get pumped. Blogging is back!

*Comments welcome, and encouraged!


3 Responses to “Bringing it back: Daily Posting”

  1. J.Lee June 1, 2010 at 12:55 pm #

    I could not be more excited about this goal, JW…

    Also, as a side note, I am really jealous of this said Happy Hour. Man I miss those international adventures…minus the work.

  2. JDub June 2, 2010 at 8:31 am #

    Many of the Rome adventures were rehashed and you were missed!

  3. Tuna June 8, 2010 at 8:37 pm #

    JDub – So glad you are back at it!

    JLee – the only Rome story we did not rehash was the infamous purse snatching. What a buzzkill that was.. But hey, at least I got the opportunity to call your dad in a semi-sober state and strike up a conversation about canceling your credit cards!

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