As you might, or might not, have noticed It's been a while since I've updated Windsurfing-Guide.com which has to do with some motivation issues.
But, I'm back now, however, the platform this website is build on misses some items I need. I didn't miss them in the past but now I do because I really need more flexibility.
So, for the time being windsurfing-guide.com will stay live but I have started a new windsurfing blog.
Iff you want to stay up to date, I'm only going to blog over there. You can find my new blog at: www.boardrebel.com
Besides a blog it also got a Facebook page and all other social media accounts connected to it.
I've started it only yesterday but am so stoked to fill it with more and more content.
I would be thrilled iff you visit my new blog and like my Facebook page so you won't have to miss any updates.
I'm also thinking about adding a newsletter, so I can send you an email when something new happens.
Thanks a lot for visiting and making windsurfing-guide.com to what it is today, one of the most popular privatly held windsurfing websites (without the blogger being sponsored or connected to any windsurfing company)!
Thanks for being awesome and speak you soon!
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