This is a cautionary tale about what can happen to some of our friendships when we deactivate a Facebook account — and why it’s important to avoid jumping to conclusions.
It’s challenging to make friends after moving. This new start-up helps to make it easier.
With a little bit of moxie, my friend and colleague, Laura E. Kelly, used technology and a new website to overcome the feelings of estrangement from neighbors that are so typical across America today.
Do you procrastinate more than usual before you respond to emails from one particular friend? Is someone consistently very slow to respond to you? A new study suggests that email response time may be one measure of a friendship. Read my latest article on Life Goes Strong.
I recently interviewed an 86-year-old blogger named Millie Garfield who is absolutely inspiring! Before speaking to her, I thought I might be the oldest blogger in the world but she has me beat by a mile! Millie began blogging in 2003 (In the blogosphere, that is the equivalent of decades ago!) and still blogs [...]
I loved this essay written by my friend Sheryl and asked permission to repost it here. It deals with e-mail fatigue, a common ailment. Enjoy! By Sheryl Kraft I don’t want to sound old or cranky or anything, but lately my enthusiasm for computer technology — especially e-mail — has been waning. As [...]
I read Ronni Bennett’s post on friendship and blogging, which certainly resonated with my experience. She graciously agreed to allow me to repost it here. Are any of you bloggers? Have you made friends blogging? – Irene Meeting Blog Friends by Roni Bennett Anyone who’s been reading Time Goes By for any length of [...]