Tweets from a princess

Tweet-Tweet. Tweet-Tweet. Tweet-Tweet. Do you hear that? That noise? That chirping noise? It’s not a pretty robin. It’s not a pretty blue jay. It’s a pretty princess. I am on the Tweeter … er, I mean, Twitter.

Technically I’ve been on the Twitter for almost as long as I’ve been on the blog, but after a few short months of Tweeter excitement, I grew bored, and didn’t see the value in it. So for more than a year now, my Tweeter account has been used solely for uploading the blog.

Not anymore.

After I wrote the social media, yay or nay post a few weeks ago about better promoting myself, I got some feedback from a few of you, most who prefer the Tweeter over the Facebook. And after a bit of thought and deliberation, weighing the pros and cons, and deciding whether or not I could actually keep up with it, I decided to embrace the Tweeter.

So after figuring out how to reset my password (given that I’d completely forgotten what my password was) I cleaned the account up, stopped following Twits who didn’t benefit me, started following a few who did, and started Tweeting away.

For all things princess, all things diabetes, all things running, all things cycling, all things aqua jogging, and more – in 140 characters or less of course – you can follow me @PrincessoPavmnt … or, if you’re not on the Twitter, you can still catch my oh-so-enlightening 😉 posts right here on the blog, with the POP Tweeter Roll that I’ve recently added to the lower right side of the blog.

Let’s tweet!

Are you on Twitter?

One response to “Tweets from a princess

  1. Hey, I just had to comment on the Tweetie Bird adorned with your face and crown … which once again caused me to spew Coca-cola outta my nose 🙂
    It was great, seriously. And you are seriously brave doing the Twitter thing. I still have issues with tweeting, but I’m TRYING to shake it off and get up to speed 🙂

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