What is NJroute22.com again?

We’ve run this “blog” for about two years. And in 2020, it is truly hard to get a “following” of any kind – regardless of what medium you’re in.

Only select few people get to be mainstream. For whatever reasons. Whether they are attractive, or have perfect talking points, or just cater to what everyone else “likes.” It’s a bizarre world we live in.

We talked recently about “ideas,” or just concepts to share with others.

And we felt that having good conversations from a holistic point of view was a refreshing stance to have.

It is. Our readership across this platform and all our others (social media, video) have been “slowly” growing. That is good, right?

Well – it is, but not as good as it should be.

Please help NJroute22.com!

Anyone that has “liked” our site for whatever reason (good ideas, stories, or videos), please consider helping us out more.

That means following us on any and all social media platforms. But more specifically, please engage with us. Sign up for our website. Make comments. Email us with suggestions or questions. You know the drill. Is it that hard to engage with a prolific content-creator like us? We’d love to interact! We just don’t have the time to go soliciting the interaction! That is just not our style.

In general – we are just a “voice” in a particular geographic area. Which is fine. We have not identified ourselves as a particular “unit” per se. You know, political, etc.

But I think that we can connect to MANY, if not MOST, of the people living along the NJroute22 stretch. Sure, we differ economically, ethnically, and more – but there is still we all share in common. And the most obvious one is the environmental. The “stuff” around us all.

So please shoot all emails to njroute22@gmail.com – or just register and leave a comment here. I think it’s pretty straightforward.

Have a great day!

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NJroute22 (site admin) is an avid traveler along NJ Route 22 (and almost all of central New Jersey!) Family man, pet lover, and property owner who has a natural curiosity for everything around.

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