Location, Location, Location Doesn’t Exist Here

Location, Location, Location

~ William Dillard

These three words, uh, really just one word repeated three times.  Anyway, these three words (just go with me on this) are often spoken with reference finding the perfect house or office building or business location.  If you’re in THE location then your house will be perfect for all the things you do in life.  If your business is in THE location then you’re pretty much guaranteed success.

Here in cyberland though, there is no real location.  Sure, I have a domain name and that’s important.  But my blog (i.e., business) doesn’t really exist anywhere.  Or does it exist everywhere?  Hmmm, now that’s one to ponder.  Maybe another day while talking shop with my bloggy buddies.  Anyway, I’m not sure where I exist.  I know I exist, so I’ve got that going for me.

In the world of blogs and social media there is continuous talk about community.  We’re trying to create a community on Twitter, Facebook, Whrrl, Blogs, Flickr and so many other places.  It’s about connecting with other people.  But how do you connect with other people who aren’t near you?

And there is where the amazingness (yes, made up word!) of the internet makes it possible.  I don’t have to be SOMEWHERE.  You don’t have to be in THE magical place.  There is no ‘right’ location.  Your can connect and be part of something great, meet new people, create friendships, learn, laugh and cry without having to physically BE somewhere.  You can reach out to people and they will reach back.  Really, they will.  I’ve seen it.  I’ve reached out and others have lent an outstretched hand to me.

This blog is my home  online.  It’s in the perfect location because everyone can get here without too much trouble.  It’s not too far. A treacherous journey is not required to find it.  You don’t need special equipment to make it over the river and through the woods.  No sunscreen or tents or even a compass.  You’ve found my home, and I hope you find yourself welcomed.  Because I welcome you in and hope you’ll visit often.

Do you feel welcomed?  Would you like something to drink?  Perhaps some cookies?


Author: Sara

Sara is a life-long dreamer, creating a list of things she wants to do "someday". Realizing there is no "someday" on the calendar she's taking the steps to make her somedays a reality. Between saving for retirement and college and paying for all the usual things, many women find that they're often putting their hopes and dreams on hold. Saving For Someday is Sara's way of encouraging women everywhere to find ways to save on the ordinary so they can do the extraordinary. Sara is also a licensed attorney and writes about legal issues affecting bloggers, content creators and online professionals. This blog is for informational purposes only. You can also find me on Google+

3 thoughts on “Location, Location, Location Doesn’t Exist Here”

  1. And I can take you with me when I go out of town, just as you can take your “office” with you when you go out of town. Perfect setup, isn’t it?

    1. Valerie,

      You are absolutely right! It is a perfect setup being able to be anywhere but still be connected. So glad to still be able to ‘see’ you no matter where we are.


  2. Hi Sara,
    I love that we can be friends even though we are many, many miles away. I am also excited about that fact that even if you move, we can still be friends because most likely you will still have Internet.

    I have had such an awesome time this year meeting people from all over the world. I love that twitter and facebook and blogs and everything else can make friendships possible regardless of the location you live in.


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