(thanks, Meg, for this sweet patch from your travels to Bankok!)
While on our walk outside yesterday exploring a trail/bike path that was once old route 95, I felt that familiar tug... notice beauty, collect moments, share inspiration. Yes, there is was... that old pull to be in the moment, grab my camera, and post a few snippets for you to enjoy. Nothing fancy. Nothing to promote. No goal other than to connect and share.
So in this time of social distancing, fast feeds and click bait, it feels like the exact right moment to get back to slow living basics including old-style blogging. I'm sure many of you still have blogs, but if you're like me longer posts have fallen by the wayside in favor of faster social media and smaller bits of content. Now we have nothing but time. In greater historical context, it's also a really interesting and significant moment to be documenting life. We are also in a moment where sustaining human connection is vitally important.
If you want to join me, I'll be sharing here a bit more regularly here and adding an old-school blog roll for you to join in and peruse (remember those?)!
I have a feeling sharing personal stories and real slices of life is going to be necessary sustenance in the days ahead.
If you've never blogged before, its super easy to begin (not like back in the day when you have to fiddle with coding for hours on end to make things work!), and there are so many user friendly platforms that are simply plug and play. I'll always be a Blogger girl, but there is Square Space and Wordpress, and many others as well.
So from my virtual living room to yours... let's connect! You can leave your link in the comments below or email it to me directly.
Check back soon to see who is joining in!