The future of Internet Psychology

My son Elliot was 8-years-old yesterday and today we had a big party for 26 of his friends. It was a Harry Potter theme party with a wizard magician who kept all of the kids “spellbound” for an hour…! So what has all this to do with Internet Psychology?

Well, this blog has been written every single day for almost 18 months. But in that time I’ve written while on holiday, while travelling and when my son was celebrating his birthday….! Plus, in the past 18 months, I’ve added even more web sites to my little “empire” and am writing more for other “outlets”. So, the time has come to make a change to this web site and my daily articles.

The future of this web site is that I will now only update it during weekdays – at weekends I’ll get a little more time with Elliot and my wife Cathy. However, I won’t neglect you. Instead of updating my web site once a day, it will get two updates every weekday. So, far from cutting back the output – I’m actually increasing it, but taking the pressure off me during the weekends.

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