Saturday morning was the morning I figuratively flicked the switches for this blog to be WordPress based. I will write about the move and how I found it because when I wanted to move from Typepad to WordPress there was a bit of information, but not enough. I guess everyone’s case is different and everyone’s level of skill is quite different. I’m reasonably technically minded and if I hadn’t been I would have been up the you know what creek without a paddle. This is where, if you don’t want to get your hands dirty, get someone to do it for you.
It all took a bit longer than I thought and I was sitting at this computer on Saturday morning with my son standing next to me telling me off for spending so much time at the computer when he could be playing a game on it thank you very much. He’s right, I did spend far too much time at the computer over the last week and my sore eyes are testament to that. This weekend coming up will have the computer turned off.
Now that I’ve moved to my new home I want to forget about it. I just want to sit tight and not do much else for a little while but unfortunately there’s still some unpacking to do. The main thing is I have to re-reference the images I had sitting on Typepad. I need to do this quite soon because I want to stop paying for that hosting in addition to the hosting for the new home.
To add to this I started my new job on Monday so there’s a lot to get my head around for that.
This is why I didn’t do NaBloPoMo this year, and don’t forget I did warn you about the commitment.
New house, new blog, new job – how many life changes can one woman handle in a short period of time?!
Congrats on making the shift! The site looks great. 🙂
Your cup runneth over Jen. Sometimes there just aren’t enough hours in a day. So many changes…just do the best you can sweetie. BTW….looking at the most recent pics of JJ…..OH MY GOSH….he’s getting so big and starting to grow out of his ‘baby’ years. What a good-looking guy he is Jen.
Leah Maclean says
Since new wordpress blog Jen (sorry I’m a couple of weeks behind the times).
Can strongly suggest the subscribe to comments plugin for one of your next WordPress chores. It helps keep people like me tapped into the conversation that happens in the comments after mine.
Keep up the great work.
Leah, your wish is my command. I have now added the subscribe to comments plugin.