New Blog Features

We know that most of you read the blog in your email inbox.  That's great.  It's quick and easy.  But we also want to make you aware of some new features starting in December that you'll only be able to use if you view the blog on our website.  In short, all posts from December 1, 2017 on will be grouped to make it easier to find past content.  

We will be using "tags" so you can quickly find posts that may be on the same topic but written at different points in time.  For instance, if the tag "codependency" shows up at the bottom of a post (on the website) you can click on that tag and see all the posts we've ever written on codependency.  

You can also:  

  • Find posts based on month and year of creation
  • Find posts based on the author (view all posts an author has ever written)

Bear in mind these features will only apply to posts moving forward and will not apply to the archived posts from our prior blog host and, because of that, it will take a little bit of time before they become really useful.  Even so, we want you to know what's on the horizon and let you know there will be benefits to getting out of your email and onto the website.  

Welcome to our new blog

Hey NSC'ers,

Welcome to our new blog format.  

Starting Dec. 1, 2017, we will post our daily blog directly on our Squarespace website and they will be emailed to you via our new MailChimp account.  Between now and then you will continue to receive the blogs in the exact same format you are used to.  There will only be one more day where you will receive both an "old" blog email and a "new" blog email.

We are doing this so we can have greater control over the format and layout of each post and how they appear both in your browser, on your phone, and in your email app.  Hopefully this will make it easier to read and engage our posts.  In a few days, you'll get another email unpacking new features that make the blog more searchable.

If you're having problems viewing our posts in any of these places, please let me (Scott: know so I can get to work on ironing out all the wrinkles.