Social Media

Twitter is absolutely my medium; conversational, community-driven, and fast as lightning. I update Twitter more than anything else.

Other accounts that I update less frequently (or basically never) include Facebook, Pinterest, Google+TumblrYouTubeLinked In, and Flickr.

Email

[email protected]

I’m trying to be better about replying to email, but expect a lag, especially around festival season (May – December, for me). 

I do read pretty much everything that comes in to my inbox; You can help me by being brief  and to-the-point if you need info, and not expecting a reply if you don’t.

This is not the place to contact me about booking or other information for any of the organizations I am affiliated with.  Visit their websites, where you’ll find the appropriate contact information and guidelines. And please don’t add this address to mailing lists; un-asked-for mailing list subscriptions make me annoyed.

Phone

“My least favourite app on my phone is that one that lets people call and talk directly to you.”

 

 

3 Responses to Contact

  1. Riggo says:

    Thank you for the article and for sharing your experiences in Morocco.
    I am a solo traveler (Male) and Morocco is in my ‘bucket list’
    Regards
    Riggo

  2. Martin Luenendonk says:

    Hey Editors,

    My name is Martin and I am the CEO & Co-Founder of Cleverism.com — a leading educational website that helps people actually get their dream job (we write super actionable and helpful career guides :-).

    I stumbled upon your post on “14 tools for dealing with Depression” and I thought it was very insightful.

    Over the last 2 weeks I wrote probably the most actionable and helpful guide on everything people ever wanted to know about mental health tips, exercises to boost mental strength, importance and benefits of a strong mind etc.
    Mental strength is all about – the ability to remain calm and composed under pressure.When a disaster strikes, mental strength helps you look beyond the disappointment and tears, quickly helping you to move forward.Mental strength means you aren’t stifled still in the face of adversity.

    In this article we will discuss proven exercises you can use to boost your mental strength, so you can withstand any problematic situation. Any chance you’d include our actionable guide on “guide to boost mental health” (https://www.cleverism.com/8-proven-exercises-that-boost-your-mental-strength/) in your awesome article (http://www.candaceshaw.ca/12-tools-for-dealing-with-depression/)?

    Have a lovely day and keep up the good work,

    Martin
    CEO Cleverism

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