Last night The Concord Coalition, my employer, launched its very own blog! It is affectionately named “The TABulation”–and you will have to visit it to read why. Note that I have added the TABulation to my Blogroll.
I have also added PBS’s “Engage” blog to my Blogroll. I met them at the BlogHer DC conference last week, and they were kind enough to give EconomistMom (and the Concord Coalition) a great plug on Engage this week:
Several of us from PBS Engage attended BlogHer DC on Monday and sponsored an afternoon break. Amidst the panel discussions, frequent snacking and handing out information, we were able to meet many interesting women who blog about quite an array of topics. They were eager to learn about Engage. They were even more eager to tell us about what they are doing with social media.
Economist Mom writer Dr. Diane Lim Rogers is a chief economist at The Concord Coalition by day and everywoman economy blogger by night. Her well-executed, easy to read blog provides in-depth, yet simple-to-digest explanations about the often mind-boggling economy. Her blog seems particularly timely lately (and offers reassurance as well as ‘what does this actually mean‘ debriefings). Economist Mom communicates the ins and outs of finance, budgeting, taxes and government policy in language that is easy to understand. Don’t be afraid of the lengthy posts or scary titles. Read on…
I’m so glad I’ve become a blogger–it’s been great. And even with Concord now having its own blog that all of the staff will contribute to, I’ll keep blogging mostly on my own (with DirectorDad’s occasional guest posts for a few months) right here on EconomistMom. I hope you all will keep visiting me even as you get to know my other blogging friends.