So far a while, I put my blog in my routine. I was diligent on posting every day. To build a routine including it, being a way to help me get through my brain injury; a certain time endocrined in my routine. That’s how our brains work; having a time that you are meant to do certain things.
Don’t you remember in school you had a time for a certain class.
My blog became less important as other things gained more of my attention, but i want to return to blogging more often as it’s a way to regain my routine. It is something that can help my memory & an introduction to working life.
Also a way to help/inspire others in my position. So I have to set a theme of this blog, well it’d be like meeting me digitally.
But as for the theme I have to decide who my target market would be & work out what my USPs are (USP=Unique Selling Point). I think you can probably work out who I’m aiming to read this from what my USPs are, but I’m pretty sure none of my readers are stupid. So here we go;
I am recovering from a brain injury. Attended @headway for a short time, however I mainly went to use their gym.
I’m leaning to walk. All of my walking progress is down to my private physio sessions. Done through @neurophysio.
I’m in care in @leonardchesire in #edinburgh where I live.
I’m working to commit my leisure time partially to this #blog.
I’m currently doing an MA in business and management at @uclan
I have #diabetes. diabetes mellitus, so type 1. A lot of my content may be targeted to the diagnostic community.
While being vain, I have a fair amount of social capital (those who know me in person can vouch for that).
I’m fairly #errodite. Into #randomfacts
I studied #faskiondesignanddevopment at @lcf in London