Seasons of Joy has a Facebook page!

Wow! That Advent book is almost finished. Almost, but not quite. There are still a lot of finishing touches to add on. Meanwhile, I’ve created a Facebook page for Seasons of Joy.

I have a lot of plans on the table. I don’t know how many of them will come to fruition, but some of the things I’d like to do in the coming year include…

–completely redoing the web page and moving it to its own domain name (I think that’s what you call it,LOL!)

–inviting readers of Seasons of Joy to share pictures of them doing the activities, which I will then post on the website

–writing an Advent saints book (the book I’m completing now does not include any of the saints’ days celebrations)

–writing a 12 Days of Christmas book

–learning to use Twitter

–using social media like Facebook and Twitter to post links of interest, such as fun craft ideas from other sites

— completely rewriting the Summer Seasons of Joy book

— revising the other books to clean up any problems

— creating a reader survey to help determine the direction Seasons of Joy goes

— learning to add MP3 (??) files to the blog so readers can listen to the songs

Typing that out, it all seems rather ambitious!

I am also looking to create a logo for Seasons of Joy. I am not sure what the protocol is for this, but I’m willing to barter the complete $50 curriculum set, including the new summer book when it is complete, for a logo. I’d like something “waldorf-esque” that reflects the 4 seasons. Please comment or email me if you’re interested!

Additionally, please be sure to check out my trade list on “yard sale” blog, The Gnomes’ Home. I’m more than willing to barter Seasons of Joy for things on the list.

I think that’s all the “business news” I have. Please do join me on Facebook. You can can always friend me on my personal page as well. I look forward to seeing you there!

2 Comments


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    Annette, I wanted to tell you

    1. how excited I am for your Advent study! I have your 4 seasons and we LOVE them !

    2. thanks for introducing me to a Waldorf way of workboxing, an idea that came along when I really needed to read about it this past week

    3. If I can do twitter, anyone can! I find it a lot easier than facebook – especially since you can divide it into lists and organize those you follow that way. Its a piece of cake, after maybe a half day learning curve 🙂
    (I'm IndyKara on twitter)

    4. it has been ages since I commented last, but I love your blog and thank you for taking the time to write it. I always find something worthy here. Thank you!

    Best Wishes,
    Kara


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    Thanks, Kara! I read about how you're working out the workboxes on your blog. I can't wait to read more about how you're making them work for you!

    And Twitter… I just don't get it, LOL! I love Facebook, and I've hooked up my SoJ FB page so it automatically tweets things,so maybe that will make it easier.

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