Danielle

is creating Tabidachi Japan, a blog

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Dear you (the person who's reading this, you),

I made my blog, "Tabidachi Japan" just for you. If you look it up in a dictionary, "tabidachi" means to "embark on a journey". I threw a romantic twist on it, meaning, rather specifically, "to embark on a cultural journey of learning and growth". But this journey isn't all about me. It's about me, experiencing and researching ins and outs of Japanese Life, Japanese Language, and Culture found in Fatal Frame III, so that I'll be able to share my thoughts and advice with you, while you, yourself, embark on your own cultural journey of growth and understanding.

I had been teaching Japanese as a Second Language for a while. One hour lessons for a fee. And that's how it used to be exclusively for me. But out of my sheer love for Japan and wanting to help and teach on a larger level than just by ways of my car and my students' homes, that's when I started my blog, Tabidachi Japan.

During the early stages of blogging, I was faced with and contemplated a lot of "money-earning" tips and tricks that other online entrepreneurs teach. "Give them a little bit, and then force a PDF sale," or "Keep things behind tiers for exclusive patrons."

But here's the thing. The goal of my website is not to make money and hide content behind dollar signs. My goal is to share and to teach.

Hence, why I've decided to start this Patreon, where the only time I want you to donate is if YOU want to donate. No strings attached. No tiers. No exclusive blog posts for exclusive members. Any bit is tremendously appreciated, and I want everything to be wholly accessible to you, my lovely reader and fellow Japan enthusiast. I'll keep sticking with these principals as I continue working on my Tabidachi blog and writing for you every week.

Sincere thanks for visiting and reading,
Danielle
Dear you (the person who's reading this, you),

I made my blog, "Tabidachi Japan" just for you. If you look it up in a dictionary, "tabidachi" means to "embark on a journey". I threw a romantic twist on it, meaning, rather specifically, "to embark on a cultural journey of learning and growth". But this journey isn't all about me. It's about me, experiencing and researching ins and outs of Japanese Life, Japanese Language, and Culture found in Fatal Frame III, so that I'll be able to share my thoughts and advice with you, while you, yourself, embark on your own cultural journey of growth and understanding.

I had been teaching Japanese as a Second Language for a while. One hour lessons for a fee. And that's how it used to be exclusively for me. But out of my sheer love for Japan and wanting to help and teach on a larger level than just by ways of my car and my students' homes, that's when I started my blog, Tabidachi Japan.

During the early stages of blogging, I was faced with and contemplated a lot of "money-earning" tips and tricks that other online entrepreneurs teach. "Give them a little bit, and then force a PDF sale," or "Keep things behind tiers for exclusive patrons."

But here's the thing. The goal of my website is not to make money and hide content behind dollar signs. My goal is to share and to teach.

Hence, why I've decided to start this Patreon, where the only time I want you to donate is if YOU want to donate. No strings attached. No tiers. No exclusive blog posts for exclusive members. Any bit is tremendously appreciated, and I want everything to be wholly accessible to you, my lovely reader and fellow Japan enthusiast. I'll keep sticking with these principals as I continue working on my Tabidachi blog and writing for you every week.

Sincere thanks for visiting and reading,
Danielle

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