Slow Blogging, or Blogging Slow

I am thoroughly enjoying blogging recently.
I am writing more but I have

slowed
down.

Instead of having an idea and
FIRING OFF 
a post,

I
am
taking
my
time
and
reflecting
as
I
go,
watching as the learning
un
folds
before
my eyes.

It feels like an inquiry into how I teach inquiry.

Our inquiries are more
focused,
more skill driven,
more conceptual, and
d
e
e
p
e
r.

Blogging has always been a part of my practice.

And always
will
be.

But blogging slow, or
slow blogging,
has afforded me a
new
way of
looking at my practice
and
my
self.

Just
slow down
and
look harder
and
be more critical
and make new connections
and
new and exciting
ideas and spaces
will
emerge.




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