C’est moi! I just wanted to touch base with all you wonderful Circumspectors real quick. Over the holidays, I’ll be doing research on the newest social media to incorporate those stuff on here. I’ve got sooooo many ideas and I can’t wait to experience the new stuff with y’all.
What Do You Want To See On Circumspect?
Since this is a forum for information-sharing, I’d like to get your ideas on this. What would you like to see on the site? Any topics you’d like me to blog on? Are you itching to find out something? Any other blogs I should be checking out? Do you want more of the serious stuff, philosophical insights, or just laid-back every day news. Send me all the juicy info.
In the past, some of you have suggested blog topics to me, and I’ve happily obliged – See Obama in Ghana and Personal Statement . I’m looking to amp that up in 2010 by including sections on the site where it’s all about you peeps, your thoughts, experiences and what-nots. After-all, sharing IS caring. In the meantime, if there is something you wanna submit, please do send along, I’ll put it up and list you as a guest blogger.
Ask Me Anything. Go Ahead. It’s Not a Ploy
Finally, many people have mentioned that they’d like to see a more “personal” side of me on the site. I usually tell people that my life really is an open-book if you know where to look, but I figured, what the heck, a new year is rolling in, let’s give the people what they want. Soooo. If you have any burning questions for me – it can be about ANYTHING. Yes, anything. – do send them along. I’ll answer them to the best of my ability and put them up on the site. You can email me (see below) or post your question as a comment to this blog.
I look forward to hearing from y’all as we try to make the Circumspect experience even better and more meaningful. All comments, suggestions, questions, criticisms (constructive please), can be sent to email@example.com .
Perfect. I wish you all a successful wrap up to the year and happy holidays! We’re coming back stronger in 2010!!!
P.S. Some stuff to look out for in the coming weeks: Interviews with REACH GH, Titagya Schools, and Pencil Tribe . Also, a post on how to blog (2010 is a perfect time to start, don’t you think?!)
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Jemila Abdulai is the creative director, editor and founder of the award-winning website Circumspecte.com. A media and international development professional and economist by training, she combines her business, communications and project management expertise with her strong passion for Africa. Besides writing and reading, she enjoys travel, global cuisine, movies, and good design.