Exciting Update: 4 New Ways to Bring Content to You!

This  website has been live for over six weeks now and I have really enjoyed the process of creating and sharing the content you see and read. In an effort to  get and stay organized (Habit #3), I’m excited to announce that this website will now deliver compelling content in four new ways.

[headline size=”small” align=”center”] 1.Instagram [/headline] We joined Instagram (@travellingarchaeologist)! I’m super excited to share with you pictures that don’t make it into blog posts. We generated a great community of followers in the four days we have been live and we want to keep the momentum going! If you’re not following us already, click here. If you’re not on Instagram, but want to check out the pictures there is a live feed on both this website and our Facebook page. Select Instagram photos will be shared directly on Facebook, but not all of them so be sure to follow us directly on Instagram.

[instagram-feed] [headline size=”small” align=”center”] 2. Facebook [/headline] We’ve been on Facebook since the beginning so it’s not exactly new for us; however, we made some tweaks to our page. The big change is that all the cover images (the big one at the top of the page) from our blog posts will be added to a Facebook album called ‘Blog Posts’. If you click on the image, you will see a direct link to the post in the description. This should make it easier to find previous posts. If you haven’t liked us on Facebook yet, please do here!

[headline size=”small” align=”center”]3.  E-mail Subscriptions [/headline] We recently changed the way subscriptions look to a cleaner and a more user-friendly format (check out a preview here). Our e-mails now give you an excerpt of what a new post is about (a little bit more than you get on Facebook)  so you can quickly decide if you’re interested and want to keep reading (we hope you do!).  If you haven’t joined our e-mail list yet, you can do so by signing up at the top of our website page, on Facebook, or right here:

[headline size=”small” align=”center”] 4. Curated Habits [/headline]
All previous posts have discussed my experiences and thoughts about what I do. This is great, but there are a lot of people who write about really interesting things that complement the aims of this website. Therefore, I’ve decided to create two types of written content to deliver to you. The first, called Personal Habits, is basically what you’ve read on this website already, which are posts about my experiences and thoughts about archaeology and travel. The second, and new, type of content will be “Curated Habits”. Curated Habits will feature content from fellow colleagues and sources that embody the habits featured on this website. The content shared will be topics that I find interesting and I feel are worth knowing more about it. I will share my perspective and I definitely encourage you to check out the original content for yourselves. In terms of organization, all posts can be found in the order they were published (soonest first) by clicking ‘Blog’ on the menu tab. If you want to see all the Personal Habits posts you can simply hover over the ‘Blog’ menu tab and click on ‘Personal Habits’. Our first curated post will be coming soon so stay tuned!

The above changes aim at making your experience more enjoyable and easier. I would love to hear your feedback so let me know what you think by leaving a comment or sending me a message!

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Smiti Nathan

I’m an archaeologist that travels around the world for both work and pleasure. I have a penchant for exploring ancient and modern places and the people, plants, and foods entangled in them. I write about archaeology, travel, and productivity.



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