Everyone writes email newsletters today, it seems, and so do I! Opening the Nervus Illustris newsletter should be a positive experience, which is why I’m dedicating a whole page solely for this purpose.
My guiding principles when emailing you
The last thing I want is for you to have yet another incoming piece of word clutter to be ‘dealt with’, ‘managed’, stressed about, possibly not even opened, so please accept this serious declaration of respect for your time and energy resources.
I’d rather *not send* than bombard you with something half-assed, if you excuse the distasteful expression. If I’m memorable only due to a high frequency of appearance in an inbox, this isn’t good enough, but I should do better.
What you can expect
Information overload is nothing to laugh about, but when I’m crafting my letters to bright minds, know that I’m thinking of your needs every single time. Twitter is perfect for my tendency to use lots of words, and the intention with my newsletter is to create something in that spirit, although resembling a microblog post with informative, actionable and/or amusing content.
Besides to links to my most recent blog posts, I’ll share my own thoughts if I think could benefit you, or useful, interesting or fun content I’ve stumbled upon that somehow ties to one of the blog categories.
Access to the Library
As a thank you for giving me your email address, you will also gain access to my private Library with helpful resources on creating balance across your personal and professional life. It will be continuously updated.
P.S. Why a photograph of a rusty letter box? I think rust, flaking paint and abandoned structures can be surprisingly beautiful, which is why I’ve created a few boards on Pinterest for my own and your enjoyment. Inspiration can be found anywhere, whether you’re working with something creative or not. Have a look!