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This blog is taking a new direction. Some of you may have guessed that since I have yet to update a real post in months. My aim for this blog is an outlet of my daily (or honestly, weekly) routines and overall become a lifestyle blog. It will be a small peak inside to what is going on here with me.
Thank you to all my readers that have stuck with me and I hope you continue on. I have a separate blog for all things bookish that you can follow (if that suits you), which will be my main focus when I’m online until I can find my voice/purpose for this site.
I hope this will help me to be more organized and that way I won’t feel pressured to update. Cheers to a new start and I’ll see you around the blogosphere.
Please excuse the absence I’m still stuck inside my brain and trying to work out this idea that popped into my head. The direction of this blog will be seeing new light and in the coming weeks more activity on my end.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,800 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 30 trips to carry that many people.
Thanks to all my readers for making this year memorable. Happy blogging.
Greetings fellow bloggers! If you’re reading this, thank you for sticking around during a dreary November. I am making a pledge to myself to get back into the habit of blogging regularly.
I have this idea in my head and so much of the past month has been spent brainstorming. Change is lurking in the shadows and I am determined to get more organized.
This month will be all about reading (I have 6 books to read, 15 if I want to really challenge myself). The end of the month, of course, is the holiday which means reuniting with family and friends.
The one thing I am looking forward to most about December is the end of one chapter and the beginning of the next one.
Cheers to a great month.
This was on my feed today and I really needed to see it. So I am passing it on–in case someone else might need to see these words today.
“Time is the longest distance between two places. TENNESSEE WILLIAMS”
Time Between Us by Tamara Ireland Stone
Highlight of my weekend was renewing my library card. Happy reading this week.