My Blog’s New Look

I gave my blog a new look again. It was looking cluttered. And since I’m at a standstill with my writing and art projects, I figured I’d have a go at blog design and pray for something appealing. This came after I gave up the idea of pulling the plug on my blog altogether.

Life got really crazy-busy during the past year and I grew weary trying to keep up a blog. Blogging and keeping it fresh and interesting are huge responsibilities. When I don’t invariably post new and exciting content to it, I feel guilty of letting down my followers.

Meanwhile, there’s a lot of material sitting in the archives for you new followers. It’s a feature that goes unnoticed because of WordPress’s push at shoving new material at us. Their Reader page with its constant updates is the first thing we see when we log into our accounts. It’s a shame they don’t have a better feature for our archives other than a search bar. But I’m glad to have the old search tool because I love reading and looking at gems from the past.

But don’t take my word for it. Start digging around and see for yourself.

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Steve Campbell

I am an artist and indie-author. I draw and paint wildlife art, draw cartoons, and write paranormal fantasy fiction.

6 thoughts on “My Blog’s New Look

  1. I synched all my devices so I can post by phone and tablet, etc. Now I need to find time to write new poetry. Do you have any to spare? 😁 😬 😵

    1. Time? Or poetry? It doesn’t matter. I don’t have either one. Time is eluding me, that sneaky devil.

    1. The only solution I have found is reblogging the old stuff. I’m making a list of the ones I like best and the ones that went unnoticed. They are the ones I want to share again.

    2. Yes my first few months nothing was seen. I’ve tried the menu option and I maxed it out…so that is probably what I will do… I with you though. I hope they make a better feature on the reader.

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