I’m sure some of you have been wondering why I haven’t been blogging very much as of late, so I decided it was time post an update.
Unfortunately, I need to step away from (or at least cut back on) my Red Worm Composting writing efforts so as to to put most of my focus elsewhere.
In the past, I’ve always made an effort to keep the blog going no matter what. Something I’ve come to realize, however, is that I’m a really lousy multi-tasker (lol) – and basically everything I am working on tends to suffer when I try to do too much at once!
Here are some important things to keep in mind:
1) I am NOT going anywhere – while I won’t have much time for blogging, responding to blog comments, and answering general email questions, I WILL absolutely remain committed to customer support. If you have ordered anything in the past, and you need some assistance/guidance (especially if you have ordered recently) absolutely send me an email – just remember to include “customer” in your email subject line (very important). Speaking of customers…
2) We are still absolutely “open for business” – remember, I work with a fantastic U.S. supplier so he (and his team) will continue to look after worm orders exactly the same as always (and again, I will still be providing email support as well). Similarly, all our courses/memberships are still alive and well also. In fact, part of the reason I’ve decided to put my blogging on hold is so I can tie up all the various loose ends with the Easy Vermicomposting Course, Vermbin Series Package, and the Worm Farming Alliance. I have even discounted the price of the first two.
Believe it or not, I even have some new products planned for release as well. The first one is my “Modern Worm Farming” audio course – which I’m really hoping to have ready within the next few weeks (just working on the companion guide). Secondly, I also have plans to release a professional vermiculture (worm growing) guide – which has been a collaborative effort with my friend George Mingin.
3) I am open to blog content contributions – if anyone wants to share anything related to vermicomposting with a wider audience, please don’t hesitate to drop me an email and let me know what you have in mind. Anyone with a website will get a valuable link back to their site (which can definitely help your site to get found more easily) in each post submitted (and approved for posting).
4) Don’t forget – there is a LOT of vermicomposting content here already! I just looked at our total blog post count and it’s 990!! I look forward to celebrating our 1000th post, once things get back on track a bit further down the road!
If you are fairly new to vermicomposting, be sure to check out our Getting Started page, and you may also want to sign up for the RWC Email List (where you can access the free 76 page RWC Vermicomposting Guide). Our Hot Topics page also offers a great way to access LOADS of information on a wide array of different topics.
Bottom-line, this is absolutely NOT the “end” of Red Worm Composting – not even close! It’s simply time to turn over a new…uhhh…leaf (yuk, yuk) and change things up a bit! As ‘Awwnuld’ would say – “I’ll be BAAACK!”
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