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Here are all the different ways your can subscribe – with links to them:

I recently created a Flipboard Magazine for this blog, so that’s a newer way way to read my posts. The posts seem to sometimes be delayed by a few hours but, other than that, it seems to work fine. You can read Sue Waters post to learn about other ways Flipboard can be used.

Subscribe by a RSS Reader. One popular RSS Reader is Feedly (though there are many others). You can read about Feedly in this New York Times guide.

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Hope you find this list of choices helpful!