Back to Blogging: What’s In Store

Hey, here I go, restarting my blog! It’s about time and I’m thrilled to be back.

The academic year just ended last week, and it was a great one. I taught terrific classes both terms. While I’ll miss my students,the summer stretches ahead with some interesting possibilities and the luxury of time for research and writing.

For the blog, I have a few ideas in mind:

I’d like to take a look at current events. News travels very fast and we’re infused with information non stop- on a daily basis. So how it affects our lives is worth considering and mulling over. It’s intriguing to read about celebrities as well (a certain kind of current events) and to imagine their experiences –as many of us do. Thus a thought or two about why their news affects us as it does…

I’d also like to focus on personal happiness and interests, mine and yours. How and why do we choose our passions, how do we recover from disappointment and how do we recreate ourselves ( in love, with family, with work) — those sorts of questions.

Of course, I always enjoy writing about the latest research and the latest trends, and any new statistic will catch my eye.

And then I have a book coming out in September, The Nine Phases of Marriage. The book is about wives at every stage and phase of their marriages and since the role of the wife is one of my favorite subjects, I’ll write something about that too.

More to come at my end and I look forward to hearing from you too.

And don’t forget to follow me on Twitter and Facebook!

About susansbarash

Established author of 12 nonfiction women's issue books, including You're Grounded Forever: But First Let's Go Shopping and Toxic Friends: The Antidote for Women Stuck in Complicated Friendships. My next book, The Nine Phases of Marriage, is in stores this September 2012. Connect with me on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.
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One Response to Back to Blogging: What’s In Store

  1. Merely a smiling visitor here to share the love (:, btw outstanding style and design. “He profits most who serves best.” by Arthur F. Sheldon.

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