Last week, The Advertiser published a piece titled "The world at your fingertips" by Samela Harris in the Review section of this local newspaper here in Adelaide. It's basically a collection of the writer's Top 50 Blogs to read. And yes, ShaiCoggins.com got a mention:
Adelaide's most influential female blogger. One cannot omit Shai Coggins, a professional blogger, who not only keeps the postings prolific but keeps her blog up to the moment in the blog design stakes. She is a go-go-go multi-talented person - artist, psychologist*, community strategist - and, among other things, is one of the country's experts in blogging. Her blog is a mix of diary and reflection and geeky news.
Stop me from blushing already! 😀
Okay, seriously, thank you so much Samela and the rest of The Advertiser crew. And, thank you to all new readers and visitors from Adelaide (and beyond) who came here after reading the article. I've already received a handful of wonderful comments/emails. And, thanks too to all my fabulous Adelaide friends who sent congratulatory/caring messages. And, of course, a special thanks to Lee Hopkins for scanning the complete article and sending the file (a whopping 200 Meg). What a patient, caring person 'eh?
Yes, I actually missed the paper that weekend. We usually buy a copy - especially the Saturday one - but sadly missed it that day. That's why I was confused when I began to get some comments/emails about getting mentioned on The Advertiser. I thought they were just referring to an old piece that was published about me a couple of years ago. It was only after a Tweet from Lee that I found out that there was indeed a different article published (another yay for Lee).
Anyway, here's a quick tour of this blog, in case you're looking for one:
- About Page - For a quick background of this blog/blogger.
- Highlights - Some of the most popular/most favourite blog posts.
- Tell me about you - A post where you can introduce yourself.
- 52WoC Central - An ongoing project for bloggers.
- Forum - A place to chat with other bloggers in this blog's community.
- Archives - A collection of all blog posts, organised by date/categories.
- Galleries - Some of my artwork.
So, take your time and hope you find something that you like in here. And, if you have any questions, just ask away. And, if you like to say hello, please do. I'd love to hear from you.
*PLEASE NOTE: I am trained in psychology but 'am not officially able to call myself a psychologist here in Australia just yet until I get registered. So, that part isn't entirely accurate. 🙂