Saturday, April 28, 2012

Zoinks! Nerdy is the New SEXY!

Zoinks!! It's a funny word. A Scooby-Do word. Specifically, a Shaggy word. AND, it's my Z word. I love it. Congrats to those who participated, and/or finished the A to Z challenge. Hope you had as much fun as I did. 

A few days ago I mentioned I'd reveal my platform - the "thing" I stand for. So without further ado: 

I stand for children/teens/young adults. With this platform I intend to be a crusader for self-esteem, acceptance, tolerance, giving, love. I've chosen this platform because I have children, two of them are teens. The difference between a teen who knows his/her worth, and one who doesn't is the difference between night and day. 

It's also the difference between a child who will bully, and one who will help someone in need. 

Children are our future. And my hope is that I can give them a place to feel safe. To:
Be KIND.
Be SMART.
Be a LEADER.

I've started a blog with an amazing writer friend, Magan Vernon, called: 



Where TOLERANCE, ACCEPTANCE, SELF-ESTEEM, and GIVING are honored, and discussed. 

Click on this LINK to go over to the page, and follow. We also have a Facebook page. Click HERE to "like" the page. It'd be really appreciated. 

You can find out more information at: Nerdy is the New SEXY!  Blog or on Facebook


If you'd like to be a guest blogger on Nerdy is the New SEXY!, or have suggestions, please email me at: rashelleworkman (at)gmail (dot)com, or Magan at authormagan(at)gmail (dot)com.


And, if you'd like to add these adorkable linky's to your blog in support, well that'd be awesome!












17 comments:

Roland D. Yeomans said...

I have a large Scooby-Doo facing my door when I come into my apartment. A friendly face to greet me. LOL.

So, that said, of course, I love your Z word.

When a child at school, I always seemed to be the one who said to the bully in the midst of his "fun": 'Hey, pick on somebody your own size!' They would then say, 'You look my size.' And the fun would ensue!

I am adding your linky's to my site. If you think a post from me might help, just let me know, Roland

RaShelle Workman said...

Hey, Roland - I still watch Scooby-Doo (with my kids, of course) *snicker*

Thanks for adding the link's to your site. Super sweet. And I love to talk to you about doing a post. I think that'd be awesome! Email me.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

That is an excellent platform. If kids had more self-worth, they wouldn't struggle so much when they are teens.
Hope geeky is sexy as well.

RaShelle Workman said...

Alex - Thanks! And absolutely. Geeky is totally the new sexy as well. =D

roro said...

i love scooby -doo

glad u had a blast

Empty Nest Insider said...

I also think this is a great way to help kids! I'm heading over to your new blog! Julie

Robyn Campbell said...

Bodacious! Love the Z post. Scooby is awesome! And so are you. Your platform is wonderful. I stand for all that too. Let us empower our youth. To be honest, forthright, giving and to love themselves. *waving*

DEZMOND said...

I'd love to marry a nerd one day....

RaShelle Workman said...

roro- thanks! Scooby too is awesome!

Empty Nest Insider - Thanks, Julie!

Robyn - *waves back* Thank you.

Dezzy - my friend, I hope you marry a nerd one day. =D

Clarissa Draper said...

First of all, congrats on finishing the A-Z. It was quite a task, wasn't it. Second, love your new blog. I think it's a great theme with wonderful ways to help YAs. Congrats.

Kelley said...

This is a great idea, Rashelle! I'm following you over there now! :)

Jemi Fraser said...

Love the platform! Kids are our future and need all the support and love they can get.

RaShelle Workman said...

Clarissa - Thank you! =D

Kelley - So glad you like the idea.

Jemi - I completely agree. :)

alexia said...

I love Scooby Doo! And your new blog sounds great. A commendable platform!

Chuck said...

I'm glad somebody finally played the Scooby Doo card in this challenge...and this was the perfect time to do it...zoinks!

Francene Stanley said...

Great word to represent your platform. I agree with you--children are our future.


http://francene-wordstitcher.blogspot.com/

RaShelle Workman said...

alexia - Scooby Doo is a classic.

Chuck - I know, right! Zoinks is frawsome.

Francene - Thanks!