Sunday, July 22, 2012

new directions

































I'm making some changes around here. If you've stopped by my blog lately, you've noticed that my archives have been made private and none of my old posts remain up for public viewing. It's been kind of a difficult decision, but I had gotten to the point where the weight of all the old posts was just too much. Over the last few years, I've documented my life weekly--the highs and lows, through happy times and things like breakups, everything. I shared all the things I love, and a lot of things that have made me upset. This blog was a collection of interests and feelings that has served me well over the past few years, but isn't really representative of who I am right now.

It's time for me to start fresh. I've learned so much through blogging -- made so many friends, tried new things, explored interests, connected with people -- that I don't want to stop now, I just need to figure out what I want to share and how I want to share it. I'm growing up and I feel like my online presence needs to grow up a little bit too.

I have a new URL: http://spacesandtime.blogspot.com.

I don't really know much about this whole subscribing thing, but I think if you follow via GFC, you'll be fine; otherwise, you will want to update your RSS feeds. 

I'll be taking a short while off to redesign the blog and to gather inspiration, and soon enough I'll be back posting about the things that I love. I hope you'll stick around!

Have you ever "started over" online?

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