Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Social Media Relaunch

I am in the process of relaunching myself. I am taking a hard look at what I am doing in various aspects of my life, so I can find ways to move myself out of a status-quo. Over the last few years, I have envisioned myself "living full-time in many worlds," and I started this blog as a forum while I was in grad school. It felt like I was stretched thin, juggling 80% time at work, 75% time at school, and full time at home. I felt tired. I felt stressed. But I felt alive. When school ended a year ago, I enjoyed the feeling of only living in two worlds, work and school. I enjoyed the work/life balance. I had less stress, but I was complacent.

It is time to move forward! As I look at my life, I am relaunching myself in social media to express myself creatively, to process my progress in evaluating my life, and to share my journey. The initial phase will focus on four platforms (links in the sidebar):

  1. YouTube - vlog covering my journey and sharing my geeky interests in life, design, and health.
  2. In Many Worlds - blog to discuss topics related to what I am covering on my YouTube channel.
  3. Google+ - sharing content relevant to topics from YouTube and my blog.
  4. Twitter - sharing what I'm doing and links I'm enjoying.
  5. Instagram - sharing what I'm digging visually.

I may progress to other venues, but these will allow me a good start. To pull things together, I am trying to consolidate everything with one brand. The In Many Worlds (#IMW) title will be seen across the different platforms, as will variations of the logo and banner, shown below.

I am excited to start this new journey and can't wait to share it with you.

Please look for my first YouTube video on Friday. I look forward to your feedback!

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  1. Aaron, I was a follower of your posts, links and comments while you where in Grad school and I have missed them. I am looking forward to discovering the ways these new venues challenge and enrich my being.

    1. Thanks, Betsy! I'm glad to have you join me. I always look forward to your input.