A Message to all visiting or following this blog:
I started this blog as an “assignment” from my PIDP program at VCC about a year ago. I had played with blogs before and had experience writing articles, but never become “serious” until now.
At that time, I created four different blogs with the idea in mind of dedicating each to a different “topic” but they took a life of their own and some withered while this one became “the one”. However, not all the readers are interested in all the topics…
The decision was made then, that starting this month, the blog will be organized differently, with links to the other blogs for those interested in those topics.
I will include links to blogs I contribute or administer, in case you are also interested in them.
Here is a list of my blogs; those of you who have become “followers” in the past may choose to “un-follow” this (my main blog) and follow other blogs depending on your interests. My postings will be moved to the right blog:
1. Silvia Di Blasio ePortfolio: https://silviadiblasio.wordpress.com/ This is my main blog and connects to all the rest. Here, you will see blog-posts about what I do for a living and as part of my community involvement/volunteering. The posts will be organized around the following topics:
2. Live As If Others Matter: http://liveasifothersmatter.wordpress.com/ This is a blog that is close to my heart and how I want to live as a person. It summarizes my own “right livelihood” and what I do as a community volunteer for many grassroots groups:
3. Lifelong Learning and Education: http://longlifelearningpidp.wordpress.com/ This was the “original” blog I created for my PIDP at VCC. It may be the one I dedicate the less (for now), but you can find posts and articles about:
4. The Invisible Cat’s Corner: http://silviaticscorner.wordpress.com/
This is a more “personal” blog and does not connect to Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn, so you won’t see the posts unless you subscribe to it. The topics you may see here may be related to the topics above but at a more “personal” level. I may convert this blog to a “private” one where only family and close friends can subscribe if they want so.
Note: these changes will take time and you may see some big changes happening in both layout and the way things are organized, please bear with me.