Zero to Hero Day #2

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I can play the helpless southern lady to perfection after years of practice.  But  in fairness to myself, I am pretty sure I just assume I can’t do certain things . . . . . especially technological  tasks.   I am pumped that with some pretty clear directions from  greetingsfromindia.wordpress.com,  I changed the tagline, and entered Zero to Hero on  on my post page.  Until now, I didn’t even know I had a tagline!  Well, I knew that statement  was on the top of the page, but Erin, my tech angel,had set me up with the blog in India.  She did all these tasks for me.  I can’t wait to tell  her!

I have decided  to keep the original name of TalesAlongTheWay because it is clear and easy to remember. It does indicate travel, learning, and  stories.  I did  change the tagline. The new one is: Life’s journey to discover tales of history, culture, and faith from New York to India and places along the way.  The first one was more ambiguous. The new one is a tad long. . . . .isn’t it hard to be clear in just a few words?

And for the widget, I am not sure it is actually one  but the title of the challenge is there. That is better than nothing, right?

I can’t resist telling just one  story about the name of the blog.  When I was talking about doing this and thinking of names, I was going to have a blog about India and was going to use it in the title. My son, Christian, suggested that I might not want to limit myself when we returned to New York. After all, I had loved teaching writing and really enjoyed  being part  of Mesa Writing Project. He was right and I  have continued telling  tales from New York, Italy, and places along the way including  more tales from incredible India.

Here I sit waiting for directions for Day #3!

Now you know the rest of  the story of naming TalesAlongTheWay  . . . . . . . . . .

About annetbell

I am a retired elementary teacher, well seasoned world traveler,new blogger, grandmother, and a new enthusiastic discoverer of the wonderfully complex country of India. Anne
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9 Responses to Zero to Hero Day #2

  1. Madhu says:

    I love your blog name. And there certainly is no ambiguity in that tag line 🙂 I don’t have one, or rather I do have one but haven’t put it up because I don’t like the way it wraps around my title. Have it on my Facebook page though. It reads “To those that can dream, there is no such place as faraway” 🙂

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  2. You are doing very fine….Annet…
    It takes a while to get to know few things about tech and other stuff.
    regards.

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  3. It takes time to learn the tech stuff, but you will. You’re doing a really good job with your blog.

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    • annetbell says:

      Thanks for the encouragement. Another friend just told me I shouldn’t have spaces in the tag so I corrected that.
      I am trying. I like to learn and try new things!

      Hugs!

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  4. OyiaBrown says:

    Reblogged this on Oyia Brown.

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