Wednesday, August 5, 2015

What's In A Name?

I've struggled all summer about what title to give a new blog that I wanted to start. You see, I'm in a new position within my school district, and I knew that having a blog would be a great way for me to reach out to fellow educators about my experiences. But it seemed that all of the fancy and cute blog names were already taken.

Then, as I was driving to work this morning, with the radio off, it came to me, BLigon's Best.

First of all, I'm not sure why I ever drive with the radio on, because very rarely do I have inspired ideas while driving with the music playing. My best ideas come in a quiet vehicle or while I'm brushing my teeth. But that's probably way more information than you wanted to know about me, especially if this is the first time that we're meeting.

Secondly, BLigon is how I am sometimes referred to at work. Like many work spaces, we use the first name initial along with our last name. Several co-workers just call me Mrs. BLigon (pronounced: blig-in; short "i", not long, am I making this too complicated?).

Finally, the Best part of this blog's name is NOT that it's THE best, but simply, my best. It could be the best part of the day; my best idea; or even the best of what not to do.

I'm excited to see where this blogging journey takes me. I've attempted several times before and just never stuck with it, maybe this time it will.

Offering my BEST to you!

What are your best tips and tricks for blogging?
What's one thing that you could suggest to me about maintaining a blog?

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