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Moving to a new blog is quite daunting. Will readers come with me? Will I be talking to myself for weeks on end again? Can I work out the new blog prog? Will I make the same mistakes?
Too many questions!
It’s a process, a journey…the blogging but also the development of the career.
For me this blog is a conversation, a discussion, sometimes a debate and often just a periodic log.
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