My Move

Ok, (deep breath)  I’m finally ready to announce it!!

slob, humor, shaggy haircut

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Squeeeee!!    I own my own name!!    And it’s live!!      Finally!!

My  morning is starting off right!!

Announcing my move!!

SO excited, are we??

Just a tad!

I’ll leave this site up, for now.     At least until I have it all moved over.     Then, not sure.    But move on over, and see my new place!!       Promise you’ll be glad ya did!!


17 thoughts on “My Move

  1. If you close down this site ALL your prior links all over the web will be broken (including links from all your comments). It might not be a bad idea to leave it here, duplicate only the posts you really want on the new site, put all of the new posts there, and link them both to each other so that you don’t have to start ALL over community building.

    In any case, congratulations on your new home and best wishes that you learn to “drive” it quickly.
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMORE dot com)
    ADD/EFD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder
    “It takes a village to educate a world!”

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      • I purchase the upgrade every year – it is simply quicker.

        I MAY add a self-hosted site so I can monetize, extending my reach without working myself into an early grave for lack of plug-ins here, but as long as the Gremlins don’t “improve” the platform beyond usability for me I’ll probably leave my blog on WP dot com.

        Eventually, if things continue as they seem to be going, the tipping point will come when the cost/benefit ratio no longer makes sense for me. Again, it’s the time TIME factor, as I now spend substantially more time on shorter articles than it took me to get longer ones up when I began on this platform.

        I doubt the coders ever use the platform – sometimes I wonder if they even READ any of the blogs before deciding that they know what features we need and which they will get rid of. 😦

        A real shame, too, because WordPress was so GOOD when I first began my blog.

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      • They’ve removed many of the things I formerly relied upon — like an easy way to supply link descriptions without time-consuming coding, being able to jump to the old editor without work-arounds — and more.

        At the same time they’ve come up with, for example, that new editor – which is a train wreck! Slow, buggy, practically impossible to apply certain formatting code – I could go on, but oh why?

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