Thanks for stopping by. I’ve been busying moving my blog from wordpress.com to wordpress.org. I won’t bore you with the details but it’s been on hell of a learning curve (cliff would probably be a better description). It still looks like a student flat but hopefully in time it will become homelier.
Look forward to seeing you again soon.
This is my first post. For more info about me you can check out my ‘About’ page.
There are a couple of reasons that I’ve decided to start blogging. The first is professional, I’m an ICT Consultant and Trainer and with the introduction of Web 2.0 (Social Networking, Wikis and Podcasting) into the UK curriculum, I need to get on top of this, and the best way to do this is for me ‘have a go’.
Embarrassingly, up to about two weeks ago, I’d never heard of it. Since I had my daughter, about 18 months ago, I’ve been in a bit of an ICT rut. Only just, following the masses, I decided to join Twitter and kept hearing references to Web 2.0. So, off to Google I went to find out what it was all about and what I found was very exciting. I’m now out of my rut and all fired up.
While on Twitter, I also stumbled across a huge network of ‘Mummy Bloggers’, according to www.mychild.co.uk, there are 36 million of us World Wide. I’m really enjoying reading their tweets and Blogs. I’m learning and laughing a lot. It’s great to see we’re not all perfect!
I’m planning to keep this Blog to share my experiences and mishaps of motherhood.