NEWSFLASH: New Providence Daily Photo no longer adhering to a daily schedule

With the constant improvements in social media, I think this photoblog is no longer relevant.

When I took a hiatus for most of March, I hoped I’d return with fresh eyes, but I haven’t. Photoblogging has been a thorn in my side for the past 6+ months.

With this post, I am freeing myself from the shackles of daily posting. I’m not ending the blog, but I’ll post less often.

…This probably didn’t require a formal statement, but I don’t like to bail on commitments I’ve made without an excuse.

Thank you for your patience.


4 Comments to “NEWSFLASH: New Providence Daily Photo no longer adhering to a daily schedule”

  1. Josy – I think your photoblog is still relevant, but I can definitely appreciate that adhering to a strict “daily post” schedule is tough. I hope you keep posting on a more relaxed schedule that works for you. You have a knack for uncovering some cool hyper-local stuff with your photo-ventures. Thanks for sharing them so far!

  2. Josy I just discovered your blog today – as a former resident of Summit & Spring Lake Heights, I enjoyed the posts – I went by Seeley’s Pond everyday for 4 years going to Union Catholic H.S., Please post when you can, I’ll continue to view your archives – brings back a lot of memories! – Ex – Jersey Girl living in Fl.

  3. While I miss the photos, I certainly understand your wanting/needing to hang it up. Camera becomes albatross, time to cut it loose. Hope life in New Providence (if you’re still in N.P.) is treating you well. Thanks for all the great photos and commentary!

  4. I just want to take a minute to thank you for even doing this photoblog in the first place. I lived in New Providence for the first twenty years of my life, and since moving to Pennsylvania nearly 10 years ago, I miss it like crazy. I get to go back occasionally, but not nearly as often as I’d like, and this blog has helped me quell some feelings of homesickness. So, thanks. You may feel your photoblog is irrelevant, but to me it was a special little tie to my hometown.

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