Returning to the world of blogging

Those of you who are regular readers may have noticed that for the last year or so I’ve written only sporadically – until the last few weeks.  I’m trying to get myself back into a schedule of blogging three times a week.

As I was sitting her, pondering what to write about, I realized that I have tended not to blog because there are just so many, many things that I could, that I should write about.  Here is the short list of things I was considering writing about today:

This is often where I find myself rather stumped on how to move forward in my blogging.  There are so many topics, so many events, so many issues to talk about that I end up spending all of my time thinking deeply on these issues and very little of my time blogging about them.  But I’m done!  I have a new promise to you, my dear readers, that I will just pick something already and write about it three time a week.  (Okay, so today is kind of a cheap blog post, maybe tending towards that overly-meta place that blogging can sometimes go, but I find that publicly stating my goals generally helps me meet them.)

As I’m pondering what to write about…does anyone have a special topic/question that you’d like me to address?  Has something happened recently in your household that you’d like support on responding to?  Here’s your chance to send me a question and I’ll answer it here in the next few days!

About Karen Rayne

Dr. Karen Rayne has been supporting parents and families since 2007 when she received her PhD in Educational Psychology. A specialist in child wellbeing, Dr. Rayne has spent much of her career supporting parents, teachers, and other adults who care for children and teenagers.

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  1. Karen, I am so happy to hear you will be blogging regularly again. I have missed it! There’s nothing in particular I need to hear about; I’m pretty happy with the state of sexuality education and conversation with my teenaged daughter. So, I trust in your decision, and really look forward to your incisive intellect. Blessings, Ruth

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