I learned a reall lesson about blogging over the past couple of months.
As we approached Awareness Month, this past November, I was thrilled. I knew I'd have a lot to blog about. After all, I was starting the month at the American College of Chest Physicians Conference in San Diego. After that, I was headed to the First Annual Research Triangle PAH Symposium co-sponsored by Duke and the University of North Carolina, the Baltimore FunWalk, presentations of our Med Ed Fund to Gilead and Actelion in South San Francisco and Foster City California, back to Washington, DC for our Fifth Annual Congressional Luncheon and back out to the Cleveland Clinic's Sixth Annual PAH Symposium and starting out December with a trip to Boston for the Tufts Seventh Annual Update in PH.
So I was right, there was a lot to blog about...but then came the lesson like a sledgehammer. Here it is: day and night meetings limit time to write.
I thought I'd find more time in December but that didn't happen with end of year fundraising and 2010 program planning.
So to all those whose great stories I didn't get a chance to write about, my apologies. While I'm not big on New Year's resolutions, it surely is my intent to get back in the swing with at least two blogs a week.
There, I've put it in pixels. Now let's see.if I can make it stick!