Sunday Review 3: Ka lā hiki ola 2007!

This week was an off-to-the-races kind of week for me, so I still need to get back into my commenting within the community— a lot of visits to make! Holo holo as we say in Hawai‘i. However here are the ‘Writing Elsewhere’ posts I managed to squeeze in that I may not have already told you about;

For Joyful Jubilant Learning:

  • The Year of the Joyful Learner
    Snippet: I’d venture to guess that most of us here want to be surrounded by lifelong learners; we feed off them to keep our own learning excitement ever glowing brightly. … However fact is, that learning is not loved by everyone as much as we who are fanatics about it love it ”“ really. So, how can we help?
  • Write to Learn, Slow, Steady, Sure
    Snippet: Composing the written word comes with powerful self-made magic. It’s an example of when slower and simpler on purpose is a very good thing, one of thinking and deliberation versus spontaneity and quick capture. There’s both tactile pleasure, and this all-me certainty inherent with writing, and the key? We learn as we do it in the way the process is prolonged and savored on purpose.

Some interesting conversation there; click over and join in.

While I was on vacation, John Richardson shared a wonderful honor for Joyful Jubilant Learning as “Best Learning Blog.” He added some very kind words for Talking Story within his post on Success Begins Today too; mahalo nui loa John!

Visit John and his Blog Success Awards for 2006 to check out the other winners.