Okay, I admit it. I have been a hypocrite. Ooooh, what an ugly word. I even looked up synonyms to try to soften the blow, but no. That’s the word. Although, on a side note, this definition is pretty lame…
I digress. It’s time to admit my hypocrisy.
I have been presenting, coaching, going to events, and talking on blog radio about digital literacy, Connected Educator Month, and the importantce of being connected learners. All the while, my blog is sitting idle since August, my SDAWP Photo of the Day posts have been barely trickling in, and I tweet only when reminded.
So, today I am making a committment to my corner of the world.
I, Barb Montfort, will post on the blog, post on Edmodo, tweet, or upload to Instagram at least one time per day, every day, for the rest of forever.
Yes, I said for the rest of forever. I almost changed it to some lesser commitment, but really–I need to walk my talk, right?
Please, hold me accountable. You may follow me on Twitter at @barb_montfort, or on Instagram at @bypenorbythread, or on Edmodo as Ms. Montfort. Please do. And nag me.
2 thoughts on “[Personal Accountability] My Double-Standard”
I love this! Thanks for sharing your honest reflection and your new goal! I enjoy learning from and with you, so keep it up!-Amy
Yay! What courage to make this public! I'm happy to give some gentle nudges…Kim