Bigger Than Myself began as an emergency management and preparedness blog, but has shifted over time into social media, professional development, and life. But don’t worry, it still spans the gap between, “That’s not gonna happen to me,” and, “We’re all gonna die!!!”
There are about a million ways to be part of something bigger than yourself. This blog is my take on some of those ways, because everyone believes in preparedness, education, and attention to details in life, until they forget what failure feels like.
It takes a community prepared citizens to build truly resilient communities, personally, professionally, and spiritually. And after all, aren’t we already part of something bigger than ourselves anyway?
About The Author
Tanya Hockett is the Safety and Training Coordinator for the Town of Christiansburg in southwest Virginia where she resides with her husband, three kids, 1 dog and a turtle. Tanya also works as the worship leader at Fieldstone United Methodist Church. Tanya is passionate about education, training and motivating others to care about their own development, social interactions, safety, and preparedness. In true social media fashion, the views expressed here are solely hers, but are probably endorsed by everyone, everywhere.