Moving over to Podcast…

My dear blog subscribers,

I wanted to write this one last blog to let you know that I have launched my Getting unSTUCK podcast and will be taking a break from blogging.

I know how much many of you enjoyed receiving my weekly blogs, and I did consider sending you the transcribed versions of my audio podcasts via this blog, but then I decided against it.

It’s simply not the same.

I am really enjoying creating my podcast episodes and using my voice to spread my message. It is a little different than doing so in writing.

I know many of you may be unfamiliar with podcasts, but I wanted to invite you to consider giving it a try. I have been reaching out to many friends and family to urge them to give it a try and even leave a review for me on iTunes. I have been receiving such wonderful feedback, not only about my podcast, but about thanking me for introducing them to the world of podcasts. The podcast world really IS an awesome world.

I subscribe to various podcasts and I listen to them while in the car, on walks, and even while cleaning the house. They are wonderful companions and they also happen to motivate me when I’m feeling otherwise sluggish.

So, I wanted to take a moment not to say “goodbye”, but rather to say, “Hello!” and welcome you to my Tuesday episodes.

I will continue sharing my stories with you. In addition, I will be sharing lots of other goodies, including book recommendations and developments in the Getting unSTUCK movement.

I do hope you’ll join me over there.

You can find my podcasts listed on my website here. From here, you can choose to subscribe to whichever directory is best for you (iTunes, Stitcher, etc.) If you are unfamiliar, feel free to email me. I’d be happy to walk you around and make some suggestions for you.

Additionally, I send out a short “unSTUCK Thursday” newsletter, in which I refer to each week’s podcast episode. If you haven’t yet subscribed to that, please do so here.

I want to thank you again for subscribing to this blog.

It is because of you and your support, that this blog turned into a book, and ultimately into a movement.

Thank you.

Shira

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