A blog post here. A blog post there.

I enjoyed blogging for the past few years for The Adams Group. It was a lesson in so many things.

Social media as it relates to hospitals, a modern house and the lift you get when a cycling demi-God gives your blog post a retweet. One of the most personal posts was one about a community uniting to search for a sweet lost dog named Elsa.

One of the biggest highlights was being a guest-blogger for Brains on Fire’s Lesson Eleven post series. You can read that post here or red their whole series for an extra dose of inspiration.

Observations. Celebrations. ConversationsNike nation.

I even wrote about writing and writing exercises that can help non-writers.

I’m the first to admit that blogging’s not for everyone or every company. For me, it’s been a great way to not only write more, but to learn more, too.