So, How Do I Look?
I have been a bit quiet over the last few days as my husband and I have been busy updating my blog. Well, he’s been updating it and I’ve been telling him what to update…you know how it is…
Seriously, I think he’s done a fantastic job and I am so pleased with how it’s turned out. So, how do I look?
I felt it was time to develop something more unique and in keeping with the evolving tone of My Home Truths. Can you believe I have been blogging since January now? (this is seriously the longest New Year’s Resolution that I have ever kept!)
The cute little bear (sourced from www.openclipart.org) is inspired by my own three little bears and I am a girly-girl at heart hence the purply-pinkness of the site. I also like the sense of fun and whimsy that comes from the bears and the colours and the subtle stripes in the background – I hope you do too!
Another reason for the makeover was that I took the plunge and booked my ticket to the Digital Parents Conference in Melbourne next March. I have been blogging for some months now but have not met any other bloggers as yet so I think it is time for me to to go forth and network.
So, in the spirit of being positive and organised (which I’m usually not!) I wanted to refresh my blog so I can order business cards and build my profile a little more before next March.
Also, look out for the link-up I promised when I confessed to being a Meme/Blog-Hop/Link-Up whore. “I Must Confess” will be going live on Sunday November 6 so start thinking about those confessions and feel free to link up. I will let you know when I have the link all organised and ready to go!
Finally I just wanted to thank all of you who read my random ramblings and who take the time to comment and keep in touch via Twitter and Facebook. Even though most of us haven’t physically met I feel as if I do know you all and I am so looking forward to continuing to ramble on together.
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