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Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, friends in the blogging world and outside of it, the time has come. So sit down, squat down, or lie down, but make yourselves at home. Because it’s time at last for. . .
art by Piper Macenzie
Are you as excited as I am? I don’t think anyone could be, but please humor me and try to give a good imitation. 😉 Continue reading
Okay, lovely ladies and goodly gentlemen — and all the rest of you rabble as well 😉 — I honestly had no intention of writing a second Blog For Mental Health 2014 “pre-post”. Thing is, the official post was hovering somewhere around an elephant of 1,500 words, and they were all pretty necessary. So I’m sending this one out with some background, both on what Blog For Mental Health is (for those who were not with us last year), and the reasoning behind the changes that have been made for 2014 (for those of you who were). Continue reading
March 28th, that is! That’s the big day, the day of the 2012 WEGO Health Activist Awards Ceremony, a virtual event that is taking place on facebook to announce the winners of the 2012 WEGO Health Activist Awards. In case you missed it, Canvas is a finalist in the category of Best Ensemble Cast, and we’re all so excited! WEGO Health released a schedule of events just a few days ago: Continue reading
I was sitting around last Wednesday, I can’t exactly recall what I was doing with precision, when what should I get alerted to in my Twitter feed but this little gem:
Look, we’re a Finalist in the category of Best Ensemble Cast! Continue reading
A post about awards? Well, we’ve done these posts before, so why should I have jitters?
These awards are something quite different from the lovely honors given to us by our fellow bloggers in the past. These are actually nominations for the 2012 WEGO Health Activist Awards. After being nominated, we have to go through the semifinals and finals before a winner is chosen. If we make it to those rounds, that is. Continue reading