Last week I had the privilege of being invited to attend the “Wake Up To Yellow” campaign in Saskatoon, SK, hosted by the Egg Farmers of Canada*. I have to say, when I was first invited to attend, I wasn’t really sure what to expect, but the event was great and so well done! I was so impressed at the time and effort that had clearly gone into the set-up, design, and promotional material resources.
I’ve been thinking a lot about my “social media journey”, which I alluded to in my last blog post, and I decided to just sit down and hammer out some thoughts while they are fresh in my mind.
First of all, I want to start off by thanking you – because if you’re reading this right now, then that means that what I’m doing here with this blog, and through social media, is reaching people – for better or for worse! And I truly appreciate each and every person who takes the opportunity to check out my work, either here on the blog, on Instagram, or even on Pinterest.
So, for anyone who has been following my “social media journey”, you will know that it started off very slowly… like, five years ago when I created this blog up. However, it really ramped up about 7 months ago, when I revitalized both this blog and my Instagram account.
Growing on Instagram has been extremely rewarding – and also challenging – in so many different ways. Truthfully, that is probably a blog post in and of itself! However, one of the coolest things about growing on IG has been the many connections I have made with women all around the world.