It was thrilling to fold each six-page newsletter into thirds, slip it into an envelope, stick on the stamp and address, and then mail it off. As I suspected, going analog with my newsletter made me feel so good. Though I always enjoy communicating with my peeps, sending newsletters out over email felt like more of a chore, while handwriting and drawing a newsletter on paper was tangible, tactile, and joyful.
This newsletter covered my special word and song for 2020, the radical moves I’m making this year to be more analog in my life and business, what I’m currently writing, and the workshops I’m offering this spring (three so far!). You can read the whole newsletter here: Pegsville Post 1.2020.
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Hope you enjoy this issue of the Pegsville Post. Thanks, as always, for reading!
Peg Cheng is the author of The Contenders, a novel that asks, can enemies become friends? She is currently writing a book about how to retire as a millionaire even if you make a modest income. Peg is also the creator of Fear & Writing, a workshop for procrastinating writers from all walks of life.