The holidays are always a reflective time for us. Nearly three years ago we sat down at a local coffee shop, Halcyon, and created Twenty Something SA with the fuel from coffee, positive affirmations, and free wifi. Since launching our blog in January 2015 we’ve been on a whirlwind of adventures from meeting many inspiring San Antonians to traveling all across Texas, and yet we continue to do some of our best work in local coffee shops. Maybe it’s the caffeine, maybe it’s the nostalgia, or maybe it’s the creative energy that flows freely in so many local San Antonio shops because of the minds behind the computer. Oh and what makes this possible? This limitless journey into the digital world? Internet.
Since the beginning, we have has always strived to #MakeTheInternet Connected. We find pure happiness in connecting our readers to small business owners just starting out or giving our readers a behind the scenes look of San Antonio’s future. Finding new ways to connect San Antonians to events, restaurants and local boutiques or new businesses is what keeps Twenty Something SA moving, and what aids in the growth of entrepreneurs in the city.
Behind the blogs are Instagram stories and snaps that keep us connected to our audience. We’ve filmed in the remote parts of the gorgeous Hill Country to the middle of a jampacked concert in the heart of San Antonio. Each photo and video providing a glimpse of what’s out there for all of us to enjoy. Our hope is that the person watching our adventures on the other end of the phone will become inspired to step out of their comfort zone and follow their bliss, whether this takes them to a new local restaurant on the opposite side of town or to the mountains of another country.
We’re sharing how we #MakeTheInternet Connected and Google Fiber will be bringing faster, fairer, kinder Internet to San Antonio to make the connection stronger. Use the hashtag to show us how you #MakeTheInternet Connected!
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Google Fiber. All opinions are 100% mine.