Trying to keep up

mandala-ll-3-making-senseWhen does the madness end? What I’m talking about is all thse social networking groups. I got an invite today from plaxo. I wrote to the person and said I can’t do one more group.  I’m on Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin and my space.  I don’t do my space or my art space anymore. everyone has gotten on the bandwagon, it seems like.

I haven’t done my blog for a month either.  I enjoy writing my blog but even that seemed too much time.  With me teaching “Art as Meditation” and “Beginning Marketing for Artists”, working on a new business plan and getting some doctor things done plus springtime allergies I feel like Alice in Wonderland falling down the hole.

On the other hand I’m very grateful that I’m a creator on many levels so I’ll keep up and move forward with gusto.

One response to “Trying to keep up”

  1. Carole Leslie Avatar


    came to visit via your post to my blog and boy that really speaks to me, all the commentary on social networking. I have shyed away from all these sites for a variety of reasons. One is I’ve always thought that it belonged to a generation that I don’t belong to ie my daughter doesn’t want me dropping by her facebook site. There’s something slightly creepy in it, in my mind! And there are a couple of other parts, if this is a social networking thing, marketing isn’t really part of all that in my mind, it’s a bit spammish, isn’t it? a slight abuse of the original intent? And then there’s the time thing. Man, blogging and email and etsy take up enough time. I need time to walk and paint and just live. And do I care if someone just had coffee on twitter, and do you care if I am going to bed now? I don’t know….. that’s my 2 cents worth! Hope I don’t sound too cranky!

    ps wish I was closer to come for art and meditation, but it’s a long drive from Victoria, BC!

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