Changing jobs led me to know Pulse Wire!
Dear Lovely Ladies,
I have been quiet for a number of reasons.
1.I have been at the peak of my job and career,so that meant putting alot of efforts and reflection if this is what I want to do for the next five years.It has paid off.
2.The sudden change of weather ,meant alot of challenges for internet connection.When I think am early enough to beat the odds then a black out ensue.But I made it!
This month is special for me because in 2011,when I was changing jobs and uncertainty of the future,I stumbled on Pulse and it became a tight marriage affair,with commitments,and deadlines to meet.This relationship had its times of joy and sadness.Times of joy came when I would long to talk to my mentors of my progress,and hopes of a better article.Sadness would come when I got thought blocks on my next sentence and the deadline was almost along the corner or when the internet was down.
All in all I overcame all that because it is where I am working from that I got to learn more on Pulse Wire and to be allowed after work to use the skype because it was convenient.I love my organisation.I got the chance to highlight some of the most crucial aspects of health,that I have shared with my colleagues.
It is in Pulse that i have enjoyed reading real life situation from people across the world.Thanks to you all.
My thinking and writing got better with the support from Global Institute,it has opened my maturity in thinking widely but narrowing down to a critical situation that needs attention.I now read newspapers with ease knowing which is a lead story,feature and alll that.
In a nutshell I have excelled as a Citizen Journalist.I would not have imagined.Sometimes I felt tired,but when I remembered of all my pulse sisters energies got renewed.
Thank you Rachel and Scott,for being such a supportive team.
I love you all dearest colleagues.