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Do You Love the Content But Want Fewer Emails? No Problem!

BookMOEforWebUseWhile many subscribers to the Minding Our Elders newsletter like the support that comes from a daily update, others understandably feel that these daily updates weigh down their inboxes. Often, it's simply that a reader's circumstances have changed so their preferences have changed, as well. No matter the reason, remember that you are in charge of how many emails you receive.

Ah! But you've lost track of the process that would enable you to change your notification preferences, right? That happens to me regularly. Still, you want to change their frequency and you can. Simply unsubscribe from the newsletter and then resubscribe. When you resubscribe, choose your notification frequency to suit your current needs. 

It's a quick process and you can still get the encouraging updates from MOE, but at the rate that works for you. Happy reading!



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Thank you, Victoria! I appreciate you comment - and your loyalty!
Take care,

Thank you for being mindful! I've always loved your blog!

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