Why you should blog (plus archers who yurt)

As some of you may have noticed, it’s been a while since I’ve posted. If you’ve ever been in a situation where you’ve been too busy (or lazy) to blog, if you’re scared to start a new blog, or if you’re thinking “blogging is so 1990s,” read Why You Need to Blog, an article in the recent GuideStar newsletter. Some fun facts about blogging:

  • By 2014, blog readership will rise to more than 150 million Americans, or 60% of the Internet population in the US
  • 350,000 new posts are added to WordPress blogs each day

So in the spirit of sparking conversation, building community, and building an army of yurt activists, I’m going to try harder.

If you’re sitting there thinking “I don’t give a crap about blogging stats,” check out this 360-degree photos of an archer meeting/yurt camp in Opusztaszer National Park in Hungary. Döbbenetes.

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