I started a newsletter at the end of 2017. I invited friends, family, and strangers (basically, everyone) to join. I sent daily emails about every aspect of my life. It was exhausting, exhilarating, and exciting. Lotta e's.
I don't send daily emails anymore (because, wow, no) but I do still have a newsletter for the people that want it.
I could tell you how great it is, but 1) that is so, so douchey, and 2) real subscribers can do it for me.
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"Taryn's email newsletter is such a bright spot in my day. It feels so personal, a level that cannot be achieved through other windows via social media. I love getting to know who Taryn is, what she thinks about, and what's going on in her life through her own words. I get the same feeling from reading her newsletter as calling a friend and having a long heartfelt conversation, and I can't get enough." -Anon
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"It’s always magic to encounter life with people. Whether you know them, barely know them, or know them super well. And even emails have the power to make you feel less alone. Things like this, cause unity in a world that needs that (and love) most of all. So keep at it." -Maria P
"4.7/5 stars. I laughed. I cried. I called my parents more." -Tyler
"I’ve never really consistently read anything until Taryn put out her famous daily newsletter." -Lena