Don’t you like to write letters? I do because it’s such a swell way to keep from working and yet feel you’ve done something.
— Ernest Hemingway

I’m old enough to have written a few hundred letters by hand and sent them out into the world in envelopes with stamps you had to lick and that had actual monetary value printed on them. Postcards, aerogrammes, Ziggy stationery sets with matching sticker seals—I’ve scrawled on them all to share adventures, say thank you, and send my love.

In this age of instant communication, email is the new snail mail. It’s a chance to slow down and connect with one another just a bit more meaningfully than we do in texts and tweets, posts and pins.

Along those lines, twice a month, I write and send a bimonthly missive to the people on my mailing list.

It starts with a mini-musing on life, sometimes related to the time of year or ideas I’m chewing on.

From there I give some updates on current coaching offerings, events I’m participating in where you could find and meet me, and links to my most recent blog posts and Spotify playlists, as well as articles and websites I think you might like.

I try to keep it brief, entertaining, relevant, and fun. I know our current attention span is six seconds at best, so if you stick around to read past the first sentence, that’s great. If you respond to let me know what you liked about it, or with questions, even better!

It goes without saying that I will never send you spam or share your name with anyone, but there, I said it anyway.

If you’re ready to subscribe, enter your name and email address below or at the bottom of any page on my website.

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