5 Ways Your Family Can Benefit from a Family Blog

I’ve been blogging for almost three years. I didn’t know exactly what was going to be the result, but I can say I’m pleased with my experience so far. And very excited about what is to come.

5 ways your family can benefit from a family blog

My family has been a big part of my blogging. First, they make up most of my subject matter. My wife will occasionally edit some of my posts (when she doesn’t you can see the difference!). And of course, they pose for tons of pictures. :)

Your 2012 Is The Set Up For An Amazing 2013

2012 is leaving and 2013 is arriving whether we like it or not. A reflection of the past 12 months can be very satisfying for some, while disappointing for others.

Happy New Year

No matter if you are trying to kick 2012 to the curb as fast as possible, or you hope to savor in each remaining moment, I am sure every one of our futures will be impacted by something we experienced in 2012.

Coaching + Writing = Slam Dunk Opportunity!

Although I have written as much as I’ve liked to lately, my writing is still be read and shared by people.  Recently, I was contacted by a website having an amazing impact on the development of many young athletes, and I was asked to be a contributing writer for the site.  The site is called CoachUp.com, and it is meeting a great need for athletes, and their parents.

Slam Dunk of an opportunity

Social Media Etiquette 101: Don’t Post Anything You Wouldn’t Want Your MOM…Or DAUGHTER…Seeing

The Information/Social Media Age brings about great change in the way we live our lives.  I have more social media accounts than I can count on both hands, although I regularly use only a handful.  Via these social media networks I share pieces of my personal life, in words, pics and videos, and the thoughts that I have on a variety of subjects.  I frequently post about the interactions with my family, sometimes digging into deeper details on my blog posts.

My mom, daughter, and son at Lemonade Day Stand 2011