As I was writing yesterday’s post to commemorate Sitzblog’s 700th post, I mentioned that I had 10 blogs. That does seem like a lot, so I thought I’d explain.
Blog 1: Sitzblog. This blog.
Blog 2: Sitzman ABC. The up-and-coming whippersnapper in the Ryan Sitzman internet conglomerate. It’s a blog that I’ve set up mainly for my students’ benefit, and I post things related to language learning there. I’ve also mentioned this blog here a few times because I sometimes post about cultural issues.
Blogs 3-7: Class Blogs for my Advanced Students. (Levels 1, 2, 4, 5, and 6) OK, this is cheating a bit, possibly, since I usually never have more than one going at once, and in fact none of them are active at the moment, but I still put some work into them. I can also use them as an example for other teachers who are looking to start class blogs. I guess.
Blog 8: Sitztoast. This blog is still active, although I’ve not posted to it too frequently of late, since I’ve been concentrating on Blogtoberfest (and work, I suppose).
Blog 9: Gringiticasa. I made this blog when we were building the house, and it actually has quite a few posts. Now it’s mainly got a slideshow of the construction process from start to finish. I guess I check it out every few months to reminisce.
Blog 10: Gringo + Tica = Love. I started this mainly to give information about our wedding, which was upcoming at the time. As a result there’s not too much there.
Bonus! Website: ryansitzman.com. I’ve not updated this very recently, but I’m hoping to do so in the near future. But you know what they say about good intentions…
Anyhow, that’s it for today! Thanks for reading, and have a good one!
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