Small (Blog) Changes

I made a few blog updates today and I'm pumped! You might have noticed the new header, which I was happy to work on now that I have Photoshop. But the bigger news - I actually bought a domain name and no longer have the long 'blogspot' name. Whoo hoo! I wasn't able to get the exact domain I hoped for, but I'm quite happy with

Although I am pretty good with technology and the internet, I can't say I've ever purchased and worked with domain names. I fixed the Feedburner URL and I'm pretty sure everything is set up properly for subscribers, but if you see anything amiss please let me know. My biggest worry is losing readers or subscribers by changing the URL.

And last, in an attempt to liven up this post a bit, my Oiselle #lookbook entry from this week. Check out the contest and enter, you could win a gift card and/or be featured on the website!

Title: Reflection (mostly because I had to take it myself...)
  1. Your blog popped up in my reader just fine! I love the new layout. Very fresh! :D

  2. I didn't even notice the switch until you said something, so all must be working fine:)

  3. YAY FOR DOMAIN OWNERSHIP!!! I like it :)

    And your outfit is stylin' - it's almost warm enough to wear that kind of gear here now.

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