Those of you who have been following my blog regularly will know that this blog is about all things walking, cycling, camping, the countryside, the outdoors/nature, and of course Dorset, my beautiful home county, and my strap line ‘Exploring the Countryside and Lanes of Dorset’ really sums up the purpose of the blog.
However, you will also know that I often include posts on topics of a more spiritual/creative nature. I have felt for some time that these two themes are very different and don’t necessarily fit together well so I have finally decided that it is time for a change and I have set up a separate blog for those posts.
My new blog which I have entitled Time to Reflect is, as the title suggests, intended to be more reflective and will include posts on the Christian/spiritual side of life, creativity, lifestyle, the environment/world we live in and so on. It is intended to be an accessible blog to encourage reflection on what I call the ‘intangibles’ of life, and in the words of my strap line, lead ‘Towards a Better Self and a Better World’. I hope, whether it be a photograph, a poem, a piece of art, an article on some topic, or whatever, that it will be thought provoking and in some small way, inspiring. The writing of it I am sure will inspire me, so at least one person will benefit 🙂 !
If you want to know more, have a read of my ‘About‘ page on the new blog.
If you have been reading The Dorset Rambler, you will know what sort of posts to expect because they have been popping up for some time on that blog – I am just separating the two themes into two separate blogs. I really hope that you will ‘Follow’ my new blog and continue to read those posts – you are now getting two for the price of one 🙂 !
Here are links to the two blogs, both of which have ‘Follow’ buttons:
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Until next time,
The Dorset Rambler
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