Thursday, March 31, 2011



13 months on dailymile.

  • March 21, 2010 is when I started on dailymile. This is the graph of my first 13 months of Walking on dailymile. Starting April 1, 2011, the month of March 2010 will disappear from the graph, and I will miss it.

  • These are the Walking totals for 13 months. 248.47 Miles!

  • These are my Lifetime Stats. 249.47 miles! (One mile of cycling is included) Hmm .... you can't see the figures in the picture, you say? Well, if you would like to see what those figures are, SIGN UP FOR DAILYMILE, start logging miles, then you can see your own lifetime stats! Good idea, right? Right!!! Click HERE to go to DAILYMILE!


Monday, March 21, 2011

WW Tracker, week ending March 14


This is my Weight Watcher tracker for March 8-14, 2011, if you would like to see it!

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

"Cluttering speech"
Second Anniversary 2011

My Facebook group, "Cluttering speech" is TWO YEARS OLD! I founded the group on March 11, 2009. My social media goal is to help spread the word about cluttering.

Visit the group here:
If you have a Facebook account, join the group!
If you don't have a Facebook account, sign up for one -- it's easy -- and then join the group!
All are welcome!

Much has happened in the two years since the group was founded.

In 2010, Judy Kuster chaired the 1st International Cluttering Online Conference on her website, the Stuttering Home Page. In 2011, she created a web page: Online Resources on Cluttering: The Other Fluency Disorder. Thank you, Judy, for all your work in the stuttering and cluttering fields!

Judy invited me to contribute a paper to the Conference on my Facebook group: Cluttering Speech: A Facebook Social Network for Persons Who Clutter.
Would you like to become a Facebook FAN of the "Online Conference on Cluttering"? Go HERE and click 'LIKE'!

I am waiting for future online conferences on cluttering. They are in the hands of the International Cluttering Association (ICA).

Kathleen Scaler Scott has been the Coordinator of the ICA since its inception in 2007. She, along with David Ward, has edited and published a textbook, "Cluttering: A Handbook of Research, Intervention and Education". You can order the book from Amazon. (Hardcover)(Kindle) Thank you, Kathy, for your hard work as the Coordinator of the ICA!

I looked at my group today. It now has 236 members. I thank the members for joining! I hope that many more will join.

All are welcome to join the group!

You are also welcome to become a Facebook FAN of my public profile page. Go HERE and click 'LIKE'! Thank you!

Monday, March 14, 2011

Children's Hospital Boston
"Mile for Miracles"

When I was 10 years old, I went to the Children's Hospital Boston for speech therapy.

Children's Hospital Boston is an approved charity of the BAA Boston Marathon.

Douglas Welch, a virtual friend on dailymile, is running the Boston Marathon for the "Miles for Miracles" fund-raising program of the hospital. Would you consider sponsoring Doug in his marathon run on APRIL 18? You can make a donation on his fund raising page:

Doug has committed to raise $10,000 this year, in memory of Brenya Sullivan. That's a high amount, isn't it? Doug needs to be creative in his fund-raising for the hospital. He has created the "36k for miracles" challenge on dailymile:

On SUNDAY, MARCH 20, 2011, you can run a virtual race where ever you are to complete the challenge.
Choose a 5K, 10K, Half Marathon, or a 36K race.
Make a donation ("registration fee") on his fund raising page.
--$5 for the 5K
--$10 for the 10K
--$13.10 for the Half Marathon
--$25 for the full 36k Challenge

~~~ Please read the challenge page for additional details! ~~~

Doug's own blog post is here:

The children will get "Miracles" from your donations. Thank you!