Writing made easy with Writing Helper (via WordPress.com News)

I’m super excited about this new WordPress feature that helps me help you with your writing before you publish that blog post to the world!

If you’ve been reluctant to blog because you need help minding your p’s and q’s, need someone to make sure you’ve dotted your i’s and crossed your t’s, or would like feedback on whether an image works with your text or not, connect with me by twitter or email today about how we can work together in person or online.

Whether you’re working on personal projects or for your business or career, let’s discuss today how we can improve your writing, your blogging, and your confidence!

Writing made easy with Writing Helper We know the hardest part of blogging is actually writing posts. And most blogging software,  and even word processors, do little to help writers write. Today at WordPress.com we’re  proud to announce a new kind of feature, aimed at helping the writing process, called Writing Helper. It’s a new box that appears underneath the edit box on the Add a Post Screen … Read More

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Tuesday Tips: Remember Radio!

While I may write a lot about using social media tools here on this blog, it’s important to remember to connect and use traditional media like radio, television and print sources as well.

I’ve done a lot of radio in the past and it’s lots of fun! Tomorrow Weds. April 20 around 11am I will be featured on a live radio show; you can also listen online to:

Radio Buzz

Women talk, Men Don’t Listen

S. Lyn Fairly Cynthia Killion

with Your Hostess S. Lyn Fairly and co-hostess Cynthia Killion

Women talk, Men Don't Listen on am1400

Tuesday Tips: Do More Networking!

There’s a new networking opportunity –and this one is for artists and the at community! What a great idea! Plus read on for two other fun networking opportunities in Ventura on Thursday and next Wednesday!

Today, Tuesday April 12, is the first in a monthly series of arts and community events in downtown Oxnard led by the formidably creative force Tracy Hudak.

ART PUB happens the 2nd “2zday” of every month  at The Kitchen on A Street in Oxnard from 5 – 7pm with an open call at 6pm for news and announcements plus $3 craft beer, wine and appetizers.

This kid friendly event invites all poets & painters, dj’s & dancers, musicians & mystics, designers & divas ~ creators and community builders of all stripes to join a MONTHLY ONGOING ARTS COMMUNITY HAPPY HOUR in Downtown Oxnard for making connections and sharing news and opportunities.

The Kitchen is family friendly and offers a full menu as well as hand-selected beers and wine. After some Art Pubs, Tracy plans to offer Sneak Peeks of various spaces and special sites in Downtown.

Also this week, Thursday April 14, Roylin Downs and Kama Sutra Closet hosts a networking event upstairs in the El Jardin courtyard in downtown Ventura–an Adult Mixer for those who like to check out the latest in toys, potions, and other sensuous couple’s items: http://www.kamasutracloset.com/index.html

I’ll be at Kama Sutra Closet Thursday from 5-7pm –my art is hanging on the walls, plus I’ll have broadsides and my new books for sale. I’ll be changing out the at soon so please come see this show while it’s up.

Next Weds, April 20, the Ventura’s Women’s Business Social meets from 6-8pm at Jonathan’s on Main across from the Mission in downtown Ventura.

See you around!

Tuesday Tips: Get Physical

This week, my family and I are in Utah for some skiing at Brian Head and camping at Zion which means I won’t be too active on my various social media sites.

Which brings me to today’s tip: get physical!

Whether it’s out in nature skiing, hiking or camping, or a walk or bike ride around town, or yoga in class, at home or the gym,  get physical–several times a day! Get the blood pumping, get your body moving, get the oxygen flowing to your brain!

Honestly, it can be as simple as doing some twists at your work station or as elaborate as a few sun salutes.

It will be good for your body–and your mind. Have fun!

PS I’ll write more about our travel to Utah and adventures on Art Predator. We definitely recommend Brian Head, Utah–it’s a great little mountain, perfect for families with lots of places to stay where you can ski in and ski out!