Posts Passed By – Anniversary Message

Bees and FlowersIn April 2011, I pushed out my first post.  At that time the site was called “My Creative To Do List”.  One or two posts followed, but I wondered why I was writing.  What do I have to say that anybody would want to read?

It wasn’t until December 2013, that I found the courage to write regularly.  Then on December 7, 2013, Toss the Typewriter was born and the tagline “Appreciate the past; Live the present; Anticipate the future” became searchable.  I still wondered what to write about, but I figured, perhaps my blog and I could grow together  to understand what the message should be.

Today, I can honestly announce to all of my readers, that after a full six months of blogging regularly, I still have no idea what Toss the Typewriter is about.  But I have come to accept, that this not knowing, this weekly flitting from flower to flower for a honey of an idea, is okay.  Sometimes I write about writing; other times about mental health issues; often about memories and observations. But always, I write with gratitude.

So today, on my six-month anniversary of getting serious about writing, I extend my gratitude to you who take the time to visit my site.  For other bloggers, I have a gift for you. Below are some of the titles for posts that I never wrote.  Maybe these titles will serve as a writing prompt for you.  If so, please let me know when your post is published. I’d love to read it!

My going-to-the-graveyard titles include:

  • Stress and Recharging
  • Effective Leadership and Neuroscience
  • Copyrights – Laws Without Borders
  • Gift Giving at Work
  • Bank Privacy Laws
  • Fear, Risk and Creativity

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About Barbara Rath

Enjoy reading, writing, hiking, hangin' with family, friends and my dogs, watching soccer (Go Breakers), baseball, football. Favorite foods are coffee, chocolate, and artichokes. Always thinking of new stuff to do and then not doing it.
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