Where does the future lie for social workers?

Where does the future lie for social workers?

Or should I have begun this post with the heading; what does the future hold for social workers across the world and not just in my immediate locale.

How my social life will be changing for the better

How my social life will be changing for the better

The decision has been made.
I will continue where I left off from the last post. Call this post more of a positive one than anything that I may have posted before. Always nervous about what a perceptively unknown future may hold for me, I still have some positive feelings about what this new future may hold for me. It covers familiar ground and represents a simple case of returning back to one’s roots.

Looking ahead, I am looking forward to the future

Looking ahead, I am looking forward to the future

I begin this post tentatively and a little bit nervously. I also have a bit of indecision. I am not sure yet how to proceed with this post. One editor who is helping to manage this blog for me while I do my work asked me to write originally. My point of view is not altered. I am still addressing you personally, but she asked whether I could come up with something that I had not covered before, basically original content.

Notes on a life well worth living

Notes on a life well worth living

Both professionally objective opinions and personal thoughts will be shared with you in this post. I decided initially to focus on how blogging work can make positive contributions to other people’s lives, especially those who need all the help they can get. I thought I’d take a broadly based approach and not just center my thoughts on one area of my work or one particular sociological problem. Let me be as forthright as possible, I am nervous as hell.

Making effective and responsible use of social media sites

Making effective and responsible use of social media sites

An earlier post, if you recall, was quite emotive in giving strong views in regard to matters related to life and death. To think, as I recall, it all began with premature thoughts on how well we should be taking care of our animals, pets and in the wild. It then went on to talking about dealing with those living on the margins of society and the most vulnerable among us.