Blogging 101, Day 1: Say Your Name

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The Day 1 Assignment was to “edit your title and tagline.” On January 13, I will celebrate my Two Year Blogging Anniversary.

I did change the original theme, but my title and tagline remains the same.

 Current Theme

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The current theme was custom designed by a designer that I found while surfing through blogosphere.  The fee was nominal; and, I like the overall appearance.

The pastel soft pink/white background coloring as well as the title written in cursive depicts the softness and warmth that I wanted to convey in my blog.

My blog title came from a book club, Seasoned Sistah, that I was active in for a number of years.  The club disbanded shortly after I retired to Florida in 2010; and, I decided to use the name when I began blogging in 2013.  With the approval of the three former members, I added the “2” to separate my blog from the book club’s name.

My Tagline, Today is Better than Yesterday, is the way I choose to live in this last season of my life.

I AM open to change and either during or at the end of Blogging 101, I may decide to make a change.

 

6 thoughts on “Blogging 101, Day 1: Say Your Name

    • Thank you. I enjoy blogging, even though I am not a writer. It has opened up a whole new world for me and I am having a great time virtually — visiting different places, learning new things, and meeting new people.

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  1. I think although we want our blog pages to easily accessible to our followers and easily readable too, i think it is very much a personal taste for the blogger but i like the new look.

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