About Elle (@CleverlyChangin) Blogger at CleverlyChanging.com
WHO AM I?
I’m a writer, speaker, educator, vegetarian, Sickle Cell advocate, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Ambassador, and natural hair proponent. I love helping others and serving God.
WHY I TWEET
Twitter has expanded my worldview. It is fascinating to be able to connect with millions and millions of people with similar interests. I am always amazed by how only 140 characters can teach and inspire, but it does and I enjoy sharing articles that I have read that intrigue me, my own blog post, and interesting things I see from others. Cleverly Changing is my life motto and my twitter page is an extension of my blog: CleverlyChanging.com. Feel free to follow my blogging experiences and drop me a line @CleverlyChangin I look forward to connecting with you.
Giving birth to my two daughters is undeniably the best thing that ever happened to me. My new role as “Mommy” takes me through so many changes that I want to share my joys, mistakes and experiences with others. I enjoy being with my children, but there are days when I want to interact with others as well. My friend and husband suggested that I share my experiences with others so here I am sharing my life and clever lessons I am learning.
Blogging has given me hope that there are still people in this world who are caring that I can relate to. I really enjoy reading other people’s blogs and catching a glimpse of their passions and desires. The news often highlights crimes, dysfunctional people, and pain; however many people’s blogs uplift and inspire.
As you read my tweets and my blog I hope that you will find out something that will benefit you in your personal life. The journey we are on, navigating the world one person at a time is grueling, but we can help each other cope along the way.
CONNECT WITH ME
Thanks for visiting my landing page – if you’ve not already don’t forget to follow me on Twitter so that we can interact.
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