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Looking Back to Look Forward

So I started this blogging thing a year ago today. It had been a while coming and now that it’s more than 100 blog posts later, I can’t believe how quickly the time has passed and that I've had so much to say.

I've enjoyed involving other people in the discussion either through the Spotlight On interviews, or the posts to Guest Corner. Some highlights have been: World Bicycle Relief, Pay it Forward Day, Making your Life Matter, and Living into Intention, among a long list of contributors of which I am very proud. I think these features are working well and the coming year will bring many more interesting and inspirational voices to the table.

Like anything though, I am always looking at ways to improve the blog. Could that be a new feature? A new design?  I’m still working it out. But I think that as I’ve settled into my voice, I will most certainly take on the marketing of this blog as a new challenge. We’ll see who’s hands we can get this into.

But I would also like to hear from you in shaping the future of this blog. Who would you like me to interview? What organizations and people do you think would add value to this dialogue on mindful living, connecting and making a difference? What have you enjoyed? What would you change?

I am listening…your ideas are always welcome. Make your voice heard!

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  1. Congratulations on a year! You've done an amazing job of keeping the posts consistent and true to the spirit of what you're theme. I look forward to seeing more in the 2013!

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