~Guest Post by Julie of Engaged With a Cause~ I have to start out by saying that I am thrilled to be doing a guest post for Losing Yourself. Rachel is doing a fabulous thing with her blog(s) and her wedding. While green weddings have taken off, the idea of a charitable wedding still remains [...]
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At the foundation of every blog is the content. When writing for the Web, it’s important to focus first and foremost on the foundation. We don’t want to overwhelm our readers with overly elaborated thoughts or large areas of text. Readers come to the Web for quick information, so make your page “scannable”. How do [...]
“Life is never too busy that there is no time to serve.” If you’ve ever thought to yourself “I would volunteer more if I had the time,” stop what you’re doing and go read this article. After reading the article, I joined Sparked.com, a site for microvolunteering. What is microvolunteering, you ask? Microvolunteering gives you [...]
I have spent the past few days working hard to make a few changes to this blog (all of which I’m really excited about!!!). Take a look at the navigation bar…you’ll notice some changes to my pages. To be completely honest with you, I’m bored. When I was still in school, I always imagined complete [...]
As part of my degree program, I have to secure a technical writing internship before I graduate. Since I ultimately want to work in the not-for-profit sector, I chose to seek out an internship with a local animal shelter, Polk County Humane Society. I’m really excited to get to work, so I’ve been obsessively looking [...]
Inspired by Mohandas Gandhi’s famous quote, “the best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others,” I decided to combine my passion for non-profit organizations with my writing and design skills. I operate under the premise that nonprofit organizations devote enough selfless time and energy to their causes already; fretting [...]