Halloo there? How are things?
It’s been an amazing ride for me this year, sharing news & inspiration & musings from Costa Rica. I’m happy to tell you that on September 15th – which is Costa Rica’s Independence Day, and the finish line of my year-long quest to post every weekday – I’ll be sharing some big news about where the Daily Boost is going from here! (Hint: Better. Bigger. Much, much bigger. Yes, I’m excited.)
As we approach that date, I have a favor to ask. It’d be amazing to surpass 1,000 followers (we’re at 941 on Facebook) and attract a few new blog subscribers before the big news breaks. If you’ve liked these posts and have never shared with a friend, would you be willing to? Or, if you use Facebook, would you be willing to invite some friends to like the Facebook page? Starting on September 1st, some changes will start to take place, so this is the moment to get some new readers in the door!
(Also: If you’ve already liked the FB page but would like to see more of my posts, click the three dots at the top of the pages, select Follow or Following, and select See First.)
Thanks so much to all of you for your incredible support over the past year. (Or many years.) I can’t wait to continue on this adventure with you… and a few new friends.
I’m a writer in San José, Costa Rica, on a year-long quest to share daily posts on inspiring people, places and ideas from my adopted home as a kind of tonic during a rough time in the world. Sign up (top right of this page) to receive a little dose of inspiration every weekday in your mailbox; tell a friend; check out past posts; learn how to join my Overwhelmed Writers’ League, every Saturday at 1 pm EST; and please connect with me on Instagram or Facebook! To learn more about how to support Costa Rica during the crisis, visit my COVID-19 section – or for ways to enjoy Costa Rica from afar, visit Virtual Costa Rica.
2 thoughts on “One last chance to share… before something new arrives!”
I want to continue following, Katherine. Thank you for all the uplifting messages, valuable information and a human connection from Costa Rica.
Thank you, Anne!