Where Did My #ROW80 Go?

That’s a very good question. It has been a while since I’ve posted a #ROW80 update here … but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been posting.

I’m getting ready to do a major revamping of my blogging, as I move to a self-hosted WordPress.org website. I’ll be streamlining this site, with a focus on content other than the twice-weekly updates.

I’ve moved these to my Patreon page. They seem to be a better fit there – a quick, regular proof to my Patrons, and anyone else who stops by, that I am writing, and moving forward.

There’s one small problem with this plan.

No one is stopping by to see my updates. I’ve had nary a comment this round.

Maybe it’s that the round is still new, and people are so busy settling into their own routines that visiting isn’t happening yet.

Or maybe folks are intimidated by Patreon, thinking that if they visit me there, they will have to become Patrons. If that’s the case, no worries:

All of my ROW80 content is free. While I certainly wouldn’t turn Patrons away, I want anyone who’s interested to be able to see my accountability updates. There’s also other great content on the page that’s not behind a pay wall. And, in the interest of disclosure, some that is.

That’s the purpose of Patreon, after all – but my ROW80 posts will remain accessible to everyone.

So please don’t be afraid to come visit me there. I’m getting lonely all alone!

Plus, as an added bonus, you’ll get to find out what this image is all about!

 

 

 

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