I've been writing a long time, been on various writing platforms, and have had more than one website.
And now, things are getting kicked up a notch.
If you've been around for a bit, you've noticed different trends and activities when it comes to my posts and other work.
Now you'll notice something new things:
- The website is tighter and more focused.
- Much of what I affectionately dubbed "the whiny posts" are now gone.
- I've also removed a few pages, reorganized others, and clarified certain statements in existing ones.
- There's different verbiage in the header and in the footer of the website, along with different navigation items in the main menu.
- There's no more random rambling about a wide range of topics. I've narrowed it all down to three.
- There is (or will be) shorter posts and far more frequent ones at that.
- I've gone through every singe post and page on this website and made some sort of change: where applicable, got rid of bad HTML and actually started utilizing the metadata.
You might want to sit down for this next one:
- I've even done a near 360 change of mind about email subscription lists. (That will be a post on all its own).
Times are changing ladies and gentleman.
Construction on this site, is currently in progress. You may find for a short time that certain navigation components or links won't work. You might even find a "funny" redirect. This is temporary, until the rest of the components of what I'm working on can be built and put into place (which is currently in progress). Once all of the pieces are complete, everything can safely be turned back on. When this happens, you'll be provided more, what I perceived to be, value.
I've had to improvise, adapt, and revamping this site, along with launching an email subscription list (and a few other things), are my way overcoming. Don't worry, I will fill you in as soon as it's all completed.
After all – what could have possibly changed my mind about email lists?
Not gonna lie. I'm a little nervous, and some days, I'm down right scared.
But it's the good kind of scared. The kind where you know you're safely strapped into your safety mechanisms, and it's OK to take the plunge. Your body protests with its adrenaline and your brain throws out every conceivable image and thought to keep you from jumping.
I didn't come all this way to turn back again. Not this time. It's time to jump and I'm doing it with a smile on my face.