Thursday, April 11, 2013

A Slow-Blogging Miracle

Inspired by Erin Loechner of Design for Mankind: if you aren't a regular reader of Design for Mankind, I highly recommend you jot that one down on your to-do list. Recently, Erin wrote an excellent post about the rebirth of slow blogging that caught our eye. Insightful and genuine, Erin detailed her decision to get back to writing more infrequent posts that are packed with heart and thoughtfulness. We love this.

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On Assemble: A Well-Crafted Life, we never post anything that isn't something from the heart. Each of our posts is conceived and written for ourselves and our readers with thought and time--however, what if you don't have the time?? Our little online company is picking up speed, and we are so elated about this that we can't even see straight, but what does that mean for our blog? Rather then let our blog slide into something that we don't feel is relevant or heartfelt, we've decided to scale it back *just a bit. Assemble is a blog, but first and foremost we are a place of making and doing (well--assembling, really!). *Don't worry, by "scale it back," we mean just a few posts a week, and not one every day. Not so bad, right?

In the meantime, we're working on some brand new wholesale awesomeness, new kits, and special projects with some amazing companies (some local, and some global). Thanks for coming along with us!

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