/where page

A page to let others know where you are.

Original blog post
Where Are You?
Related blog post
Trip around the World

About /where pages

In 2015, Derek Sivers thought of a way for people with personal websites publicly declaring their priorities. He called it the now page. Today, many personal websites have a now page.

I've built on Derek's idea. People with personal websites should also be able to publicly show where in the world they are at any given moment. I call it the "where page".

Why do you need a /where page?

Here are some use cases for you to introduce a where page to your personal website:

You might be interested to let others know where you are. Maybe you'd like to meet up somewhere? In my case, I'm travelling for a whole year.

My friends can use my where page to always check in which country I am.

Adding your own /where page

Do you have a personal website? If so, you can consider introducing you own where page. It's simple:

  1. Create a page and add a section.
  2. In this section, write the name of the place where you are right now.
  3. It could be a country, a city, a place inside of a city, whatever suits your needs.
  4. Make this page accessible by adding "/where" after your domain name. Find examples below.
  5. Always update your where page with your current location.

I hope that in the future many personal websites will have where pages.

Examples for /where pages

Here are my own websites and their respective where page URLs:

this website's where page
my travel blog's where page

Do you have a where page?

If you like the idea and implemented your own where page, please let me know. I'd be happy to add it on this page with your consent.

Send where page