This week I’m excited to announce my new column over at Babble.com, entitled The Business of Being a Woman. I’ve long admired the fun, classy, light-hearted Moms over at Babble, and it’s fun to be writing for them.
The first post, “All About Me (In Three Minutes or Less)“, went live, and, as the title suggests: It’s all about me.
Here’s a taste:
You don’t know me.
And that’s okay, because I don’t know you.
But that’s all about to change.
They say that you can’t get to know someone in 3 minutes, but I aim to challenge that theory by offering a ten-point list (which you should be able to read in under 3 minutes) sharing the most intimate details of my life. Or something like that.
And so, without further ado, my list.
- I sleep ten hours a night. Or more. (Except on planes.)
- I began blogging in 2006, back when cavemen were chiseling tablets with large pebbles.
- I started using Twitter while living in an orphanage in the rural highlands of Kenya. Today, I lead social innovation at the company. In my role, I’ve been called everything from a “Force for Good“ to “One of the Most Generous in Social Media” to “Twitter’s Pontiff Recruitment Chief“ (yes, I helped get the Pope on Twitter.