I'm still figuring out how it works, but I think it will be good. I've been stalking other people's Facebook pages -- mostly their business pages -- and what I like most about them is their surprisingly casual nature. I love reading all the behind-the-scenes posts about work in progress, which tend to be longer than tweets, but shorter than traditional blog posts. I also really like the staggered chronological layout and the abundance of photos.
So I'm giving it a try. I'll still stick to the major stuff here like new pages and products, major changes and challenges, and, of course, the overwrought posts about my various neuroses (see below), but over there I'll try to stop by almost every day, to chat a little about this adventure in guided journaling (that's the name of my Facebook page, by the way: Adventures in Guided Journaling) and share photos and stuff.
As I may have mentioned before, I've been searching for a communication medium that feels comfortable and helps me to connect better (we both know I need the help). I'd like to find something I can reliably stick to. I seriously hope that this is it. At the very least, it's worth a try. (Maybe a billion people are on to something. :) )
The page is a public one, so even if you're not on Facebook, feel free to stop by anytime. I've posted a few times since Sunday and I'll post again today and tomorrow. I haven't liked anyone or anything yet, though, which . . .
. . . well, there's always this confounding, ever-present shyness. A truly irrational fear. Present in every comment and tweet I haltingly compose. Arghh. I'm hoping that the relative ease of the Like might help me get over this hurdle.
Then, in other news, I've been working on Journal Page no. 5, below, which is a revised version of the original Journal Page no. 5. As with the previous four revised pages, I've kept a little, changed a little, extended the lightning round, and added a new border. (This border is my favourite one so far.)
The colourful version looks a little like this: