Two years ago I was in a rut. I was feeling down on myself for not doing more with my life. Sure, I had a job that I liked, a wonderful husband, and a beautiful baby, but in terms of myself, I wasn’t satisfied. I wanted to start holding myself accountable for doing more - for going for my little dreams. Enter blogging. Dreams To Do was born and a new, improved version of me was born along with it. This new me isn’t as lazy, or as scared to try new things. She’s still a dreamer who struggles with procrastination, but she’s also much more of a do-er.
This blog has brought me so much happiness. It’s my place to just be me – the place where I can just “write it out” and put all of my hopes, and thoughts, and life’s little moments out there into the universe. It’s a place where hopefully someday my children will be able to get an outsider’s perspective on who mommy really is. It’s where I’ve met new friends and joined a community of awesomeness beyond my wildest dreams. It may all sound cheesy, but at this point I can’t imagine my life without blogging.
So what’s next for my little corner of the web? Well, first of all she has a new home and a new look. I’ve made the switch from Blogger to a self-hosted WordPress blog. Why? I’m planning for the future. I want my blog to live somewhere where I own EVERY aspect of it – where I have complete control over every little detail. Someday I would love to launch a business off of this blog. Maybe a jewelry line. Maybe an ebook (or two). Maybe something else. So, I might as well have my little ole blog living somewhere that I can grow and change easily in the future.
Bye-bye cute little Blogger blog…
So, since I’m on WordPress now, I won’t be using GFC for my blog any more. If that’s how you followed along with me before, I’m not sure how this will affect you. I hope that if needed, you will consider subscribing to my RSS feed (HERE) or choose to get my posts delivered by email (HERE). I really don’t want to lose any of you loyal readers! Let me know if you need any help. I would also love your feedback if you are having trouble connecting to my blog, seeing any posts, or if you run into any broken links. Switching blog hosts is not an easy task!
Thank you so much to all of my bloggy supporters out there! LOVES!