Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge: Topics I Could Give an Impromptu Speech On

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I could give impromptu speeches on any of these topics.

anadian flag on a flagpole blowing in the breeze. The sky behind the flag is bright blue and cloudless. Navigating the Canadian Immigration System. I’d discuss everything from filling out the many pages of paperwork for it, to adjusting to Canadian culture, to how long it took me to go through each stage of the process.

Thriving with Food and Environmental Allergies. I’d probably focus on travelling with allergies in particular as that’s something that took me the longest amount of time to adjust to.

Writing a Fair, Honest Review. There is skill involved in reviewing a book, film, or other piece of media in such a way that readers have a clear understanding what did and didn’t work for you. Their opinions of it may or may not be the same, but they should at least know exactly why you gave it the rating that you did.

Developing a Social Media Calendar. Keeping an audience’s attention is also a skill. I love the challenge of figuring out what they respond best to.


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26 Responses to Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge: Topics I Could Give an Impromptu Speech On

  1. Ooh would you ever make these into blog posts? I’ve never done a Social Media Calendar before, that sounds really interesting

    • I’ve added these items to my idea list for future blog posts. I have no idea when they might be published, but I’ll work on them.

      Thanks for the idea.

  2. There you go. What a list. I can’t imagine trying to navigate ANY immigration system, so go you for accomplishing it. πŸ™‚ Good post!

  3. What a great list! And.. I would love to see all of these as a blog post! Especially the social media calendar. I could so use that one! Thanks for coming by earlier …and I answered your question there (wish my comment thingie …that’s the scientific term…had a “reply to” feature with each comment…but alas it doesn’t)

  4. Mary Morgan

    Wow! Great list of topics–ones I’d love to listen to you talk about.

  5. Wow, great list. Social media calendar intrigued me the most. Navigating an immigration system made me cringe. LOL Writing a great review is a talent, I don’t have, but do my best. Thanks for sharing. Here’s mine.

    • You’re welcome!

      And, yeah, immigrating is a complicated experience for sure. I was lucky to have a pretty easy go of it, but many folks take much longer than I did.

  6. Allergies are a perennial issue in my life, though mine at least are not life-threatening. (And now that I think about it, I don’t have a social media calendar so much as I have a social media addiction…)

    Annnnyway, my list is here.

  7. Food allergies are something I have to deal with everyday! My son and husband are allergic to dairy, so I have to be creative with dinner… Great post!

  8. Your really do have fair and honest reviews. I enjoy reading them.

  9. All excellent topics. Ones that are actually useful, too!

    My post

  10. I don’t even have a passport. But if I was going to move somewhere, it would be to Canada. You have good health-care, and a leader who seems to really care about his people. Neither exist in your neighbor to the south, alas.

  11. Echo Ishii

    I could probably stand to improve my social media calendar skills. That would be really good.

  12. Good list. Particularly the one about writing a good review. I’ve definitely had a few that could have benefited from that.

  13. Ooh could you talk about a Social Media Calendar? I love my blog and I enjoy it, but often it feels like I’m throwing out posts into the void. I’d love to start getting a handle on the management/promotional side of my blog.

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