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  This is a test. It is only a test. And I need your help with this test. I’m testing stuff like reach and visibility and engagement. To be completely transparent, this is a direct result of this event. If you came to this post because of twitter,...
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I missed my anniversary. Again.

No, not that anniversary. That one’s pretty much embedded into my brain. And that’s as it should be. This anniversary is not nearly as big of a deal in the grand scheme of things, but it’s still worth noting because it will make 2014 a rather significant year in the...
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I’m taking up the challenge. Maybe.

2014 for 2014
There have been some changes to Life in the Fishbowl over the past week. Some are pretty significant. Others probably wouldn’t be noticed by someone who stalks visits this blog 15 times a day. As I’ve been messing around with things, I realized that I’ve published 1,876 posts since...
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Got something to say? Say it with a guest post!

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I have come to the realization that the next two weeks are going to be insane and there’s a small chance I won’t be able to blog very much during that time. This means it’s a perfect time to open up Life in the Fishbowl to highlight a few guest posts....
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Who’s up for a challenge?

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I’m taking the leap. I’ve joined the A to Z Challenge this April. I’ve even planned ahead and have a content calendar planned out. I can’t wait to share my posts for the letters ‘S,’ ‘V,’ and ‘Z.’ Unless I decide to change what I’m writing for those...
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Just a kid in a See’s Candies shop

See's Candies
Last week, I had the privilege of attending a grand opening event at See’s Candies at the Keystone Mall. I was vaguely familiar with See’s because of this glorious sign: I found out during the tour that See’s Candies gives away over one million pounds of chocolate every year. It’s...
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Introverts, extroverts, and being fake online

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Studies have shown that, indeed, introverts are more likely than extroverts to express intimate facts about themselves online that their family and friends would be surprised to read, to say that they can express the “real me” online, and to spend more time in certain kinds of online...
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Flashback Friday: 46 Reasons

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When I was going through some of my older posts for my blogiversary celebration, I came across some posts that I really, really liked and would like to share with everyone again. So, I’ve decided to highlight some of them with by reviving and redefining an old regular...
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