05: Living in the Moment
In this week’s issue: the importance of living in the moment, anti-ageing drugs for dogs and scoops more.
Another week has flown by, i'm back again with another issue of Sunday Scoop. How has your week been? I hope it went well.
So, this week has been pretty exciting. I joined the #tweet100 campaign on Twitter, which encourages me to share a tweet every day for 100 days. And I've stuck to it so far, and it feels really good.
I'm a newbie with Twitter, I never really understood it when it first launched but since I'm writing more these days, it felt like the right time for me to give it another go. I want to use Twitter as an extension of Furrimals, create awareness of Furrimals and build a community of dog dads.
Since joining Twitter I've followed other like-minded folks and found tons of great dog content to engage with, it's a wonderful tool for dog dads who like to read or watch what's happening in the moment.
Here's my snippet of advice for this week: no matter how tough or challenging your week may be, always remember to live in the moment with your doggo. Embrace it, and share it with the world – after all, your dog is your best bud, right?
Follow @furrimalsHQ to discover what's happening in Luna's world, daily.
That's all for this week, folks.
See you next week!
I came across this news article which claims a research team is investigating whether a drug can produce anti-ageing effects in our dogs. I mean who wouldn't want their dog to live years longer?! If this is successful - although controversial - could be a game changer.
"In the current study, researchers speculate that the low doses of rapamycin may increase the lifespan of dogs by up to three years." – Matt Kaeberlein, PhD
So many bad tweets. These are the good ones. Follow @furrimalsHQ on Twitter for extra content.
- SS 4: What's up with this weather?
- SS 3: Unsung furry heroes
- SS 2: Burnout vs Chill
- SS 1: A new breed of email
- Dog Dad 101: Ideas, tools, and encouragement for being a dog dad
- Sunday Scoop: The full list of issues
- Resources: My favourite dog products, tech, apps, and books
- About: Why I started furrimals
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