I’d like to apologize for my absence from the blogosphere. My posting frequency has decreased as well as my comments around bloglandia. I’ve been reading a lot of blog posts via rss by way of Bloglines, including: Slant Truth, Woman of Color Blog, The Unapologetic Mexican, Rachel’s Tavern, BlackProf, and Zuky.

The new job has been a refreshing change of pace from the solo venture of my technology consulting business. I feel like my brain is overflowing with academic advisor knowledge. I’m advising students in Health and Human Sciences who are majoring in Exercise and Sports Science, Nutrition and Food Management, Human Development and Family Sciences, and anyone who identifies as “pre-med.” The fall term begins on Monday. I’ve been told that the office will be extremely busy this week.

Starting next week, I hope to publish a new blog post about once per week. I’m definitely in a transitional phase as I shift from being a freelancer to a full time, salaried employee.

In other news, I am scheduled to host the Erase Racism Carnival in November!

5 thoughts on “Unplugged”

  1. right when i find your blog and start reading is when you went mia…. ah well……. i suppose i’ll check back next week….

    …congrats on the new job :D

  2. You sound well :) Do you ever take ‘sans technology’ vacations? I think we all should have a no gadet day every once in awhile. Good for the soul I think. I do enjoy your blog though – most of the time ;)

    Best of luck with students. I’m excited they will finally be on campus. My job will chage quite a bit as a result, I think.

  3. Heh, come conference time, I’m fried after seeing 17 students over 2 days! Grad students have it soooo hard! :)

    Seriously tho, it’s so worth it. I love getting to interact with students on a one-on-one basis.

    Glad to hear you’re enjoying your new job. And yes, you have been missed. I’m looking forward to the next Erace Racism Carnival. Weeee!

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