What a whirlwind week it’s been! Thank you for your patience – I’ve had such a crazy, wonderful set of events happen this week that I haven’t had chance to post on the blog!
Welcome, Ethical Influencers
On Monday, you may have caught my announcement on Twitter: I’ve launched the Ethical Influencers network! I’ve met many inspiring people over the last few years, and always thought that there should be a place online for all of us to hang out.
Well, now there is!
Ethical Influencers is for digital creatives who are spreading the word about living kindly. That could be anything from vlogging about veganism to instagramming zero-waste tips. It’s a hub for these creatives to congregate, collaborate, and also work with ethical brands to spread the word about their good products too.
I’m hoping to roll out meet-ups, events, workshops, and more in the coming months. For now, there’s Tips & Tutorials, a Directory to be listed in, a Facebook Group run in collaboration with Ethical Hour, and your very own Welcome Pack upon sign up.
If you’d like to join us, all you need to do is fill out this form, and be a little patient as I’m currently working through all the applications that came flooding in this week!
The Sunday Love Letter
In light of all this GDPR kerfuffle, I’m in awe of the 100+ people who resubscribed to my newsletter. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
I’ll be carrying on with the Sunday Love Letters as per usual, although it was recently pointed out that it’s sometimes hard to find the subscribe link. If you’re looking to join the lovely lot who receive my extra ramblings, ethical news, giveaways, and more, sign up here.
Support Curiously Conscious
Finally, I’ve got a favour to ask… If you’re a dedicated reader of Curiously Conscious, I would adore your support in keeping the blog a free platform for everyone to enjoy.
I’ve set up a Patreon Page which outlines my aims for the blog moving forward, along with little goodies I’ll give you for pledging a small amount each month. All the pledges I receive will go towards the cost of running my blog, developing Ethical Influencers, starting a podcast, and then maybe even writing a book.
It’s all exciting stuff, and I really hope all the hard work is going to pay off in growing a community of ethical voices who, together, can truly make a difference.