Today you might notice something a bit different about It’s Just Life. My sweet son, Aaron, has been pushing me to take it to the next level. He wants me to stretch a bit and while stretching is a good thing it is not always easy for me to embrace change. I “say” I like change. I “say” it is all okay but in actuality it is HARD!
This Christmas vacation has proved to be a good one in a lot of ways. Time with family is always my top priority and whether it is time with my two boys and Chris or time with my mom and siblings or in-laws it does not matter. Family means the most to me and I miss being with my loved ones. This past week the boys and Chris and I were able to spend some quality time together. We made memories and I played my best mini-golf game ever. Win win.
It also was a time of work. Aaron has been working hard on changing my blog to a new format and I had a lot of homework to do. I am still learning so it will continue to grow and evolve but for now I am pretty excited about the possibilities that having this new design will bring. I can be more professional and creative and hopefully new opportunities will open up as a result.
While I hope to be able to attract some opportunities to join communities which will allow me to make money via writing opportunities and reviews I would never compromise what I have started here and my words will remain authentic and genuine. I just want to be able to have the ability to expand when and if that time comes and this new format will allow me to do that.
It may look different around It’s Just Life for awhile but trust me—it is still going to be the same writing and of course, Comments for a Cause will continue to be my focus every month.
My life is all about change lately and being able to change up my blog format a bit has been something I have wanted to do for a while. Having a technical genius in the family has made it even better.
Thanks for coming along for the ride. I won’t be doing my regular posting until after the new year but I will still be around. Let me know what you think.