When you work with young people, it can be hard to come up with youth work ideas all the time. That’s why we provide free youth work ideas, resources, session plans, games, recommended reading and more – 6 days a week.
How do you keep up with this though? It can be a pain remembering to visit a site every day to see what’s new, so here are four easy ways you can have these youth work ideas come straight to you:
1) Get Posts By Email
The easiest method is to join all the other people who receive our posts by email every day. You get just one email a day that contains that day’s post(s). We don’t spam you, sell your email info or do anything else dodgy – you just get our posts plus insider updates of any new resources or services that we provide.
Just click on this link and enter your email address to sign up for our daily email. You’ll get an email from Feedburner – make sure you click on the confirmation link in that email in order to have the posts sent to you. This is to ensure no one can sign you up for emails you don’t want to receive.
2) Like Us On Facebook
Most people have a Facebook account and go on there every day. Like us on Facebook and you’ll get our updates each day with information about our new posts and any other Youth Workin’ It news.
3) Follow Us On Twitter
If you’re on Twitter, we’d love for you to follow us. You’ll get all of our tweets which include links to that day’s youth work ideas.
4) Subscribe To Our RSS Feed
You can sign up to our RSS feed using this link. If you’re not sure what RSS means, there’s an explanation here. Simply put, RSS is a way of collating new blog posts, news stories and more all in one place for your convenience.
Personally, I use Google Reader to keep up to date with the blogs I’m interested in. I’m signed up to about 65 blogs, so whenever they post something new, it shows up in my feed reader. It’s so much easier than having to remember to visit all these sites – all the information comes to me instead.
So if you want to get free youth work ideas every day, do 1, 2, 3 or all 4 of the above options and you’ll never be short of ideas again.