Hey, friends! I’m in Cincinnati, OH, for a conference this week, so I don’t have a full-blown blog post for you. Instead, I’ve got a couple of updates to the website that I think you’re going to enjoy. I know I’m pretty excited about them.
The first is a new way of keeping up with the latest blog posts. Most people find these articles through my social channels, but not everyone uses social media on the regular. So now, I’m happy to offer you the option to subscribe to the blog via email!
If you follow that link (also always available in the Blog section at the top of the page) and sign up, you’ll receive the full content of each post straight to your inbox every time there’s something new to read. Subscribe once and never have to worry about missing an article again. What could be more convenient than that?
The second new addition is the archive page. I made this one more out of my own curiosity than anything. Because I’ve switched writing apps several times over the years and haven’t always done the best job of backing up my data, a lot of my writing lives exclusively on this site. There’s no other way to access it. And there really hasn’t been a good way to go back and find blog posts more than a few months old until today.
Now, you can access every article I’ve ever published on this site all in one place. Simply click the Archive link, and you’ll be greeted with a list of every post available here, and there are a lot! They take many forms and span a broad array of topics, but I’m excited to share every single one of them with you in this new way. And if you’re looking for a blog post but can’t remember its name or date, you can simply type a key word or phrase in the archive’s search bar and receive instant results!
These two new methods of experiencing the blog make it more accessible than ever, and I hope that they’ll enable more people to discover the work that we’re doing here. So check the pages out, take full advantage of them, and maybe even share them with your friends if you feel so inclined.
I’d like to thank my group of supporters who took the time to test out these new features and offer feedback before I released them to the public. If you’re interested in getting sneak peeks and testing out new things in the future, head over to the campaign and consider joining. We’d love to have you onboard!
That’s all for this week. Thanks so much for reading and giving these new features a try. Have a great week, and I’ll talk to you when I get back from my trip!