Good afternoon, all you lovely people. I hope you and yours are well. In July I started writing on Patreon but am still figuring things out. 🙄
It is nowhere as blogger friendly as WordPress but once you get the hang of it it is a great way of sharing your content and creations. 💕
For all those who do not know Patreon: it is a page where creators can be paid for their creations via memberships for fans & followers. There are set tiers with different benefits so everybody can find a membership that works for them. A little like “Buy Me A Coffee” or “Kooffie”.
Today I posted my patrons only newsletter which should have gone out on Saturday but I scheduled it for the wrong day. Biiiiig oooops 😳 We got there though.
I am a little reluctant to shout about it too much because I have started so many blogs in recent years and stopped them that I feel no one would support it anyway. But if I do not get over myself in this then how shall I gain any supporters?
This link leads you to my page and the tiers I have chosen. Please, check it out and let me know what you think. Your support means the world to us.
So far, I manage my set writing schedules and my mantra is: “I have no excuse so enjoy the writing Journey!” I do because how can you not enjoy it when you write looking out on this?
It doesn’t matter what the weather does, I just love to sit here and read, write or knit and crotchet. 😇
I have scheduled a couple of posts here on WP so you will get some that say:” Oh, we do not know anything just yet” in the future.
However, we do know a little. We are in Ireland and stay in a gorgeous guest house called Loch Connell Lodge. I’ll share a post about it a little later in the week. We are in Donegal the most Northern County of the Republic of Ireland which is absolutely breathtaking:
We have organised a solicitor & applied for a PPS number which is the Irish National Insurance Number both of which we need to buy property here.
And we have seen online a couple that would work. So far, so good. Everything goes a little slower here which we love. That is what we came here for. And I can’t emphasise enough how lovely, friendly and welcoming the Irish people are despite the struggles to give lots of Ukrainian people refuge. This country and its people rock!
This is a short update for all of you and I will add more as the time goes by and share on Patreon too.
Please, stay safe, stay kind and remember you rock!