This year has been a ride to say the very least. We all know it has been difficult; and for some, difficult is an understatement for what this year has been so far. We can never know what the future will bring and we’re certainly not going to try to guess here. What we will say is that fall, just as much as spring, is a time for change and renewal, it’s the front door to a major holiday season for the world, and it also happens to be an anniversary of sorts for Offcultured. Our first regular posts began this time last year and it has been an incredible journey from then to now.
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Offcultured is friendship, and friendship is Offcultured. It’s the inexplicable dynamic between forces of nature that have solidified a connection because they were brave enough to do so. That bravery culminates in a celebration of friendship, art, culture, and the expression and exploration of all those things put together. ☆☆☆ At Offcultured’s foundation lies its truth: We just want to create fun things with our friends.
We’ve brought on an incredible team of contributing writers; expanded our presence globally in ways we could never have imagined; held great dialogues with amazing people, and we’re looking to do even more in the future.
It’s all thanks to the hard work and love of a lot of people who believe in what we’re doing; supporting us in ways that are infinitely humbling to us.
A simple thank you is not enough, but thank you! Our readers and followers, colleagues, friends and family: YOU are the best fun we’ve found this year. As we go into a very busy and tumultuous end to what will likely be one of the most memorable years that started any decade, we’ll be celebrating more of the fun that makes Offcultured one of the best places to be on the internet.
We’ve got great things in store for you and are grateful that you’ve come along to be a part of something so good and so offcultured. Meet us in the comment section or hang out with us on Twitter and Instagram for more shenanigans.
We promise you the fun is only just getting started.
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