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The work and life of a Community Education Manager in Japan

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  • Online Workshop: Writing content with the 10 Text blocks

    Online Workshop: Writing content with the 10 Text blocks

    Online Workshops are an interactive learning session hosted by the WordPress Training team. These sessions take on many forms, including online webinars and live discussion groups. An online workshop is a safe zone where you can come as you are, develop new ideas, explore issues, ask questions, network over shared interests, exchange theories, collaborate on […]

  • Thank you to my 200+ followers!

    Thank you to my 200+ followers!

    This week, my follower count reached 200. What an honour!!

  • Thank you to 100 Followers!

    Thank you to 100 Followers!

    Two months have passed in 2020, a lot has happened this year already. Life in Japan has been hit hard by the coronavirus, with now over 1,000 cases reported in the country. All schools are currently closed. Grocery stores are starting to show empty shelves as people are stock purchasing particular items. Public events are […]

  • Thank You to My 25 Followers!

    Thank You to My 25 Followers!

    What an honour! I cannot believe I have 25 people following my posts from all over the world. I am intrigued to know how people have found me on my journey to working at Automattic. But I wanted to thank you all for your support! I took this time to look back at the last […]

  • My First Post by Email!

    Surprise!! A post two days in a row! ?? This is a short post, testing the "Post by Email" feature of WordPress.com. What I have done is I have written this post as an email, sent it to a "secret" email address linked to my blog and that has automatically created a post for me. […]

  • Bsans Blog 2.0 is Here!

    Bsans Blog 2.0 is Here!

    Hello everyone! And once again, Happy New Year! January 1st – 3rd are public holidays here in Japan, so I started back at work today. I enjoyed the short break, but I am also looking forward to getting back into a routine. Neither can I wait to start making some more progress on my preparations […]