Hey guys, BIG NEWS:
I am now a contributor to Quarterly!
So, just what is Quarterly anyway, you ask? What’s that…you didn’t ask but I’m going to forge ahead telling you anyway? Fantastic!
WHAT IT IS
Quarterly Co.™ is a subscription service that lets you receive physical items in the mail from influential contributors of their choice. You know, supa-dupa influential contributors like me!
The way founder & CEO Zach Frechette saw it, we spend so much of our lives connecting with people online that we forget the value of tangible interactions that happen in the real world. Quarterly wants to bridge that gap. It’s like a magazine – or a blog! – but instead of receiving words on a page, subscribers receive actual items that tell a compelling story crafted by a Quarterly contributor.
When Zach approached me about becoming a Quarterly contributor, I was like, “Let me think about it–YES.” The way I see it, this will be my way of tapping you on the shoulder every few months and saying, “Hey check out this cool thing! I got it for you.” How awesome is that?
HOW IT WORKS
As the name suggests, Quarterly is a – yup – quarterly subscription service. So if (when!) you sign up, you’ll get a new package from me in the mail every three months. (For more details, check out their Help page, or email them: [email protected].)
WHAT YOU GET
So what do you actually get anyway? Good question. Each quarter, expect my packages to contain cool stuff that’s all about helping you further your personal style. I’ll share my favorite picks from the worlds of clothing, accessories, and grooming – and explain why I picked what I did in a fun letter that comes with the delivery. I want you to look and feel your best, and these packages will hopefully help that along.
I’ve been fortunate to come across some amazing brands that I’m excited to share with you. Each quarter’s delivery will have its own theme, and you can be sure I’ll cram in as much good stuff as I can every time.
Each package is $35, which, every three months is less than you spend on Gatorade after rough nights out at the bar. Actually, it’s less than you’d spend in a rough night out at the bar.