Updated Contact Form!

This week I updated my contact form, as I hinted I might last week, to include my new P.O. Box, LinkedIn and Twitter links, and phone number. If you have a question for me, want some web copy written or editing done, or need general advice and training on blogging or social media, feel free to let me know!

I also finished Pour Your Heart Into It, by Howard Schultz, CEO of Starbucks. Although the book was published back in 1997, and obviously quite a lot has happened since then, I still enjoyed reading about how Starbucks got started, the creation of the Frappucino and Starbucks ice cream, important points and people in the development of the company, etc.

Because I am a coffee drinker (as an occasional treat, not a daily basis), and I find Starbucks just about the perfect temperature and sweetness, it was interesting to read about their approach to coffee. And as someone interested in international business, the book offered several reminders of the integral facets to a global trade like coffee – working conditions, weather conditions, and more.

I’m getting back into client work after a successful week at Boxcar last week, where among other things I caught up on customer service requests in my queue there. The blueberry season will be here before you know it, so it’s time to get back in the regular content-generating stream.

I’ve also been touching base with past clients, taking care of administrative things like taxes, and exploring tools like SpringPadIt for keeping track of my bookmarked links and organizing them (vs. just saving to “Read Later” with the Diigo toolbar). Classes start back up this week; we’ll see what great new things I get to learn about and share here!


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