Hello everyone and as always thanks for stopping by.
These are the co-hosts for January 2023’s Insecure Writers Support Group brought to you by Alex J. Cavanaugh, Jemima Pett, Debs Carey, Kim Lajevardi, Sarah Foster, Natalie Aguirre and T. Powell Coltrin.
Be sure to stop by their sites and give them some love for all their hard work!
January 4 question - Do you have a word of the year? Is there one word that sums up what you need to work on or change in the coming year? Why?
It’s time. It's harvest time. It’s time to reap what I’ve sown.
This is the year a lot of things are coming to fruition. It’s important people realize when to reap. If you wait too long, then your harvest will either be stolen or rot away in the fields.
TikTok Well I’ve taken the plunge and opened a couple TikTik accounts. I have one video so far but will binge record and bunch of videos this week probably simple fun silly dumb stuff relating to digital marketing that is lighthearted.
I’m userStephenTremp and userStephen_Tremp.
One will be digital marketing stuff and the other the lifestyle of a digital marketer. Not sure which one will be which I’ll decide later this week. I’m still new at this.
If you’re on TikTok send me an invite and I’ll respond!
Did You Know Although the planets never were and never will be in perfect alignment, all 8 planets (poor Pluto) lined up Christmas Eve on an elliptical arc. On a good night you can see Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter (along with 4 of its’ moons) and Saturn with the naked eye which happened December 28th Reference.
This takes into consideration this is a generous alignment or arc. Really tight arcs and alignments like 1 degree make these extremely rare events. But that's okay. We'll enjoy the arcs and alignments during our lifetime just the same.
Fun Fact The last time all 9 planets align including Pluto were in alignment (just not perfect alignment) was July 4, 2020. Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune plus the dwarf planet Pluto all lined up on one side of the Sun at the same time.
Question What is your 2003 Word for the Year?
Are you on TikTok and if so what do you do? What's your username?
Do you have an interest in fascinating scientific and astronomical stuff you'd like me to post on in 2004?
It sounds like you're going to have an exciting year with things coming to fruition. I can't wait to see how it unfolds.ReplyDelete
Great word, Stephen. I enjoyed reading your planetary facts. That reminded me of the Lara croft film. It's better in real life, though I missed it this time. Best wishes for a great 2023.ReplyDelete
Fabulous word! I hope 2023 is wonderful for you and yours!ReplyDelete
I haven't ventured into TikTok territory yet and I'm doubtful I will (never say never!). I just have no desire to make videos so I think I'd find myself dropping out quickly :)
Hey Stephen! Didn't know the planets aligned that recently. Sorry, not on TikTok.ReplyDelete
That's a good word, Stephen. And poor Pluto!ReplyDelete
Great word! And it is important to do! My word is "Tally-ho." Poor ol' Pluto.ReplyDelete
Excellent word choice. I am not, so far, doing TikTok. I think it's official that I'm getting old because I'm tired of learning new platforms.ReplyDelete