What’s New with Intrepid Daily

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For my loyal readers I’m sure you’ve noticed that over the last few months, the publication of new content has slowed to a crawl. You may have wondered if Intrepid Daily was going to drift off into internet obscurity, with no new posts to ever be seen again.

It’s not.

Clarissa and I have made a lot of big changes this year; we’ve gone into business for ourselves, we took a second road trip, we started doing video content, and we even adopted a dog. We’re shaping our life into the adventure that we want it to be, and we still want every reader of Intrepid Daily to join us!

I won’t get into all the details here and now, but suffice it to say that we’re still putting together what we believe is valuable, worthwhile, and entertaining content. We are, however, doing it a little differently. Remember how I mentioned that we starting producing video content? Yeah, we’ve got a YouTube channel now; we’d love it if you’d check it out!

That doesn’t mean that we’re abandoning the written word, however. Stay tuned here as well, because some good posts are coming your way!

Last but not least, I’d like to say thank you everyone, for your patience, and for sticking with us! We appreciate every view, like, read, and comment. We hope you enjoy what we’re doing and that you find value in it. More good stuff is coming, my friends, and we can’t wait to share it with you.

Inkling
Here’s Inkling! She’s ready for her next adventure too!

 

12 thoughts on “What’s New with Intrepid Daily

  1. It’s great to see your blog pop up again in my feed 🙂 I can’t wait to read more about your past and future adventures.
    I’d love to read more about your transition from a more traditional lifestyle, to a more adventurous one with your own business. Is that something you’re planning on sharing too?

    1. You know, I never really thought about detailing that transition, just because we’re figuring so much of it out as we go, but I’ll have to give some thought to how I might be able to share that in an effective way.

      1. That’d be great 🙂
        I think it would have value for quite a few people. There’s not one path for such transitions and I find it’s not necessarily what people tend to talk about and yet it’s an important part of any change in life. It’s not just where you start from and where you end up, but all the in-between too.

  2. It’s inspiring to see you make these changes while young; it is similar to the mindset I have as I approach retirement and think about all the opportunities and possibilities. You and Clarissa are always an inspiration. I’ll be excited to hear about your new ventures.

    1. Thanks on both counts Alexis! I was actually really opposed to doing video content for a long time. Now I really enjoy the process. The biggest challenge now is ensuring that whatever I’m producing is high quality; I don’t want to spread myself too thin and just produce a lot of mediocre stuff!

        1. I use Premiere Pro, which does have a bit of a learning curve, but I took to the basics pretty quickly. I’ve mostly self-taught using tutorials and other YouTube videos. If you check out the first video I did (http://bit.ly/2mBjb4r), and then the last video I did (http://bit.ly/2r5o77c), I feel like you can see a big improvement in the quality/production video.

          Right now I’ve just got to get this pup to behave so that I can spend more time making stuff!

          1. I’m still behind where you are on the first video, haha. Just like reading improves writing, I’m sure watching would improve my video skills, but I have a very short attention span for watching anything.

            I would rather read it 😂 I will watch 15 minutes of a movie and wiki the plot, and I’m good. I’m not even exaggerating. My friends sometimes just take my phone when they turn the TV on, because they know what I’ll be doing a few minutes in.

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