Wednesday, June 23, 2010

This Blog Has Moved - UPDATED

This blog has moved to

The new RSS feed is:

The thing I always liked about the internet was the way it allowed me to interact with people who visited my site, it allowed me to reach out to people all around the world. I didn't want just another 'brochure" site, but something that really connected with visitors.

Because of this, inspired by the Barefoot Doctors "Daily Doc Box" and Robert Anton Wilson's "Thought of the Month", I started doing a daily "NLP musing" on the homepage of my first website, back in 2003. It was very basic as I only had a tiny grasp of html etc in those days.

I then came across blogs in 2004 and thought it was an ideal way to do what I wanted and set up this, my first blog, in 2005. Even though I and the blogging and social networking world has moved on immensely in the last 5 years I have clung to this blog out of nostalgia and loyalty.

However, the time has come for me to move on and I have decided to put my "simple" philosophy into practical action and combine my blogs and different strands of interest and income into one site.

So, over the next few weeks I will be combining all my blogs: (this blog, about NLP and related fields) (my, to be honest, not very busy, Tai Chi blog, currently not doing a lot!) (my blog about the Slow Movement and Philosophy, simple living, mindfulness and productivity) (this blog gives you hints and tips if you want to create your own therapy or coaching business)

Into my brand new website

This will take some time to get right, so please bare with me. All the entries will be deleted from this site (other than this one obviously) in the next few days (once I have checked they have imported into the new site properly. And I have plucked up the courage...).

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please feel free to contact me.

Thank you for being loyal reader over the last 5 years and I hope you will continue to read and enjoy my posts at their new home.

The RSS feeds will change in the next few days, please make sure you update your reader links.

Best wishes,

Matt Caulfield