Hi friends, I’m hoping you read today’s blog post because it comes straight from my heart and is meant specifically for those of you that allow me the honor of showing up in your inbox or messages every single night.
In a world where we are inundated with junk mail, spam and unsolicited marketing – I never want to be an extra burden or something that makes you feel guilty.
Being part of your world is a privilege, one that I don’t take lightly. Each day I pray for God to give me the words to say and I show up here on my little space of the internet to encourage you.
That being said, if you’re in a season where this blog doesn’t encourage you or maybe you have other priorities, it will not hurt my feelings one bit for you to unsubscribe.
The last thing I want is for my blog to be that thing that makes you roll your eyes or cringe every time you see an alert.
The Daily Starr is here to inspire and encourage.
I fully understand how it might not be for everyone. Don’t feel guilty, this little blog reaches more people than I ever imagined and God sends heartfelt notes of encouragement through readers when I need them most.
Over the years I’ve received unsubscribes and have an optional question that asks readers why they are leaving so that I can serve my readers well. Based on their answers, here are a few things I want you to know from the perspective of a reader:
Do I expect you to read every single post, every single day?? Well, unless you’re my husband, mom, dad, sister or Chloe – then NO! Hahahahah. You have a busy life. Read when you can. I’ll still be here when you have time. 😉
Don’t I always post my blog to Facebook anyways?? Most days, yes. Although, I do not have an automatic feed from my blog. If you want to make sure you always see everything, being a subscriber is the way to go.
What if you don’t have time to comment or respond? I don’t write or phish for comments and responses. So many of you are silent readers and I’m the same exact way on several blogs I follow. There are some I’ve never commented on and the authors have no clue who I am. I still love them! And I still love YOU!
If you want to unsubscribe, simply respond STOP to this message – however you get it – text message or email. You’ll be removed immediately and I promise there will be no hard feelings.
I leave you on this #slowitdownSunday with encouragement –
Two people are better off than one, for they can help each other succeed. If one person falls, the other can reach out and help. But someone who falls alone is in real trouble. – Ecclesiastes 4:9-10 NLT
Thank you for being on this journey with me! I hope to be a friend that helps you succeed, one that reaches out when you fall. I’m so thankful you’re here.
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