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HeroPress: A look back: Tamsin Taylor, Freedom Through Blogging

HeroPress: A look back: Tamsin Taylor, Freedom Through Blogging
Pull Quote: We cannot know the end of any journey until we find ourselves there.

In August of 2016 I saw a WordCamp talk on WordPress.tv called “A Hero’s Journey”, and I thought that seemed like something I should know a lot more about.  A short time later I was speaking with Tamsin Taylor on Slack.

A greeting conversation

I love telling stories, but I love hearing them more. Tamsin told me a story grief and loss, and how WordPress provided an outlet for those feelings. I hope her story resonates with you as well.

The Bumpy Journey of Becoming

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