There is a slew of exciting things happening in my life right now! So many exciting things, in fact, that I’ve been knocked off of my regular writing schedule for this blog and it has caused me to reconsider its purpose.
One of the biggest things I’m excited about is the blog that I launched as a side project back in January. It’s titled “What Families Do” and the driving focus of the blog is Intentional Family. Tim Boettger and I are maintaining a six-posts-per-week pace and inviting others to contribute as well. As you can see, the What Families Do blog has become my main focus.
So with the new passion for writing exclusively about family, I had to ask myself, “Is it worth keeping the BTDT blog going?”
Yes. It is. But it will be different than it was before.
Here are are the values for maintaining this blog:
Free Space to Write – I used to think that this blog had to focus on one of three things: Ministry, Family, or Leadership. Now, the benefit of this blog is to simply write freely. I want to share my opinions, experiences, learning, and fun.
Space to Reflect and Grow – It’s fun to write about current happenings and then reflect on the content. Another benefit of maintaining this blog is to continue to become a better communicator by learning how to write my thoughts.
It’s exciting to move ahead with these three values in place. Thanks for subscribing and being a part of the community.