New Year’s Eve seems like a good time to give you a chance to update your LifeLines subscription preferences.
Looking back, if you realize that you rarely click on the blue headline that arrives in your email inbox each Wednesday, feel free to unsubscribe! I would hate to be considered junk mail. Plus, the more subscribers I have, the more I get charged, so if you don’t want to read LifeLines, I don’t want to pay for you!
Looking ahead, I will probably spend less time writing about writing, and more time writing about topics relevant to churches and other nonprofits. (If you are a business or regular person, you might still be interested in these topics, so feel free to stick around, but don’t feel obligated.)
Looking around this blog, I can see that some of my categories and tags need to be tightened up, so that you can more easily find the posts that are most helpful to you. I have started on that already, and I will keep at it until it’s finished.
So things are looking good for 2015. I appreciate your readership, and I appreciate the conversations we engage in—here on the blog, but also in Facebook and in person. Your comments are encouraging, and your questions are inspiring. Thank you for that.
If you’d like to continue the conversation, please make sure your correct email address is assigned to your subscription.
And if you’re ready for a break from LifeLines content, that’s OK too. Go ahead and unsubscribe! You can always re-up if you change your mind later.
Either way, as you look ahead to another new year, I hope you are filled with a sense of curiosity and anticipation. Happy New Year!