A scenic byway is a specially designated road that travels through an area of natural or cultural beauty. You can drive on through your life as fast as you can, more focused on the destination than the journey. Or you can choose to be present and revel in the journey that is life. I choose the latter. Eyes wide open and marveling at the beauty that is everywhere all the time - this is My Scenic Byway.
Monday, December 20, 2010
I just changed my blog design. Do you like it better like this, or do you prefer the old way? This one seems more streamlined, but a little dull. The old one was good in that the background image relates to the topic of the blog, but I worried it was all too cluttered. Please tell me what you think, because I can always change it back. I appreciate your feedback. Thanks!
Posted by Wendy H at 10:43 AM
Byway Scenes: Blogging
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First, I want to say I am amazed at how disciplined you are at blogging. I could never write this often. But keep it up! I'm enjoying it. And you're really making we want to get out west.ReplyDelete
On your blog design, I have to agree with you on both points. The first design was too much, this seems to be too bland. So I'd say (from personal experience), live with it for a little and look around at other blogs. I think there are some great templates out there for a blog like yours, with a bit more character (like you ;).
Have a great holiday!
H thank you for your kind words and encouragement! I am happy that you are reading and happy that you are enjoying. I only have 10 followers and hope to grow that. I do know from the stats that many more people are reading than are followers - most read but have not signed on as followers - and that some I think are reading very regularly, which is encouraging. i will keep playing around with the design. still learning how to break away from the templates they give you and to be more creative. by the way, i have the time to blog because i work from home and not always 40 hours a week. it helps big time.ReplyDelete