You know I love lists, right? Well, I made one of these last year but didn’t’ really stick with it. I am hoping that by sharing this with all of you it will prompt me to be better at sticking to it!
I haven’t been blogging an entire year but have been blogging for enough of 2011 that I thought a wrap up of this year wouldn’t be totally out of place!
Guess what??? I am now accepting sponsors/advertising space on my blog! I advertised my blog on Key Lime Digital Designs as well as Lines Across My Face and I have noticed increased traffic from those sites!
I made a few improvements to the good ‘ole blog. Just thought I’d mention them quickly.
Blog Reader Improvement
I’m not sure how you subscribe to my blog,
I feel the need to explain why some of my photos on the ‘ole blog suck so bad. Let me show you my “craft cave” as I refer to it!
I made the jump!! I got myself a domain name and now I am running on a self hosted wordpress site. I manned the switch from the free version of wordpress (wordpress.com) to the self hosted version (wordpress.org) myself so please be patient as I figure out all the quirks!
I was lucky enough to receive the Versatile Blogger Award! How nice is that, right? I know, it made my day!!!
There are some rules that come with this award:
Happy Friday to you everyone! I just wanted to give you an update to my Made In America Challenge that I posted a month back. I told you I would give you a run down on what I discovered while attempting to source “Made in America”
Do you remember where you were 1o years ago today? I do.
I was in my third year of college. I had just gotten out of the shower and I heard my phone ringing.
Yep, that is the name I graced our Mommy’s Only Float Trip that we had this past weekend. Merrsidotes and I kept complaining to one another that we needed something more than a night out.
I recently stumbled across a chain forward email speaking about a piece Diane Sawyer did on the amount of household items we have that are made in other countries and showcases the fractional increase in cost if we would have in fact purchased all the same items that were made in the USA.
Does everyone find happiness at some point in their life?
I remember when I was in college, of having a feeling that there was something missing. I was not happy.
At first I was going to make this post about more of the devastation around Joplin. After driving through what I would refer to as “ground zero”, I feel that unless you actually see it for yourself,