For those of you who don’t want to miss out on any of the great stuff I’m writing, I’ve created a fancy new email through Mailchimp which will email you daily or weekly with the latest articles.
Anyone who has been receiving the daily email updates will see a change in design. You’ll also start getting these emails in the afternoons. Moving forward, all of the articles here will be published in the morning or early afternoon (central time), so I’ve set the daily newsletter update to go out at 4 PM (your time).
If you got this by email and want to keep getting the emails, you don’t have to do anything. If you saw this on the website and would like to start getting emails, then click the link below.
If you sign up for weekly updates, you’ll get that on Friday mornings. The current plan is that I’ll be posting normally on Tuesday – Friday, with occasional bonus posts on Saturday – Monday. My thought is that by sending you the weekly roundup on Friday morning, you’ll have something to read while you wait for the weekend to arrive!
I’ll also be setting up similar daily and weekly updates for my other website, Arch City Homes, in the next few days.
If you want to be sure to get all of the updates from that site, sign up now for Arch City Homes email newsletters here and I’ll switch everyone over to the new format soon.
No Hard Feelings:
If you decide you don’t want the emails anymore, it is easy to change your mind and I won’t get my feelings hurt. There will be an unsubscribe button at the bottom of every email. Just click it and let me now you don’t want those emails anymore.
If you decide you want to switch from daily to weekly, or weekly to daily, there will always be a link for the other option in every email. Once you sign up for the new option, simply unsubscribe for the one you don’t want anymore.
Your email is also safe with me. I’ll never sell it or share it with anyone else. And I won’t send you stuff you didn’t ask for.
I’m looking forward to getting to know everyone who hangs out here better. So sign up for emails so you don’t miss any posts, and then leave comments on the articles to let me know what you agree (or disagree) with, what I left out and what inspires you.