I finally managed to convince two of my best human pals to join me for a dogventure. It was a gloomy Sunday in Halifax, but time with friends makes everything feel a little brighter.
I’m going to let you in on a secret. I was pretty nervous to start this blog. I wasn’t so much worried about people not liking it. I figure those who don’t like it won’t read it. I was mostly nervous about failing. I had no idea if I would enjoy blogging. And I knew if I didn’t enjoy it, I wouldn’t be able to stick with it. I was scared that I would lose interest, or energy, or ideas, and give up. Halifax Dogventures would be relegated to the same dusty shelf as countless other abandoned blogs.
So I set a goal: one blog post a week for 52 weeks.
So far, sticking with my goal has been easy. And so much fun. I think it’s because I have a subject I genuinely get excited about. Dogs + exploring = the best. Going on our weekly dogventures and sharing them with all of you has become a highlight of my week.
That brings me to my #1 tip for starting a blog… Continue reading
Golf courses are kind of known for being sticklers. It’s one of the (many) reasons that golf and I never got along very well. So imagine our surprise when we learned that a golf course right here in Halifax becomes a gloriously dog-friendly playground in the winter. We had to see it to believe it.
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Get ready, guys. This post is a big one. I get to share some exciting news with you. I also get to tell you about one incredible dogventure.
First, the news. Continue reading