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As I mentioned a few posts ago, I’m back in school now, which means I’m back to juggling my classes and blogging and other things again. Don’t worry, this isn’t one of those “my blog is going on hiatus” posts, but if you’re wondering why my posts have been late recently, that’s why. I’m still getting back into my routine of blogging and planning posts, and it’s take longer to readjust than I expected.
This past weekend in particular, I had a lot of reading homework for my classes, and along with some other things that happened (nothing major, just some unexpected messiness), I didn’t have much time or energy to write a blog post for this Monday. Hopefully, as the weeks continue and I get back into my routine, my posts will appear more regularly and on time. I’m busy a lot this month, but I should be able to plan my time better as the weeks go on.
Since I don’t have a “real” blog post this week though, I thought I’d share another little surprise I’ve been working on recently. You may have already noticed, but if not, click below to read all about it!
I’ve added two new pages to my blog! This is something I’ve wanted to do for a while, and I finally got around to doing so back in August. Today, I put the finishing touches on them, and now they’re available for all to see!
The first new page is my Archives page, where I keep a more detailed log of the blog posts I’ve written. Yes, there is an archives drop-down menu in the sidebar, but I wanted to create something a bit more useful and easier to navigate. From this page, you can easily access my most-blogged-about categories like music, writing, and personal posts, and you can also view full lists of my post series like Beautiful People and Writing Lessons From…
The second page I added is a My Writing page, which has information about the writing projects I’m currently working on on a somewhat regular basis. So, if you ever see me reference a writing project, chances are, it’s here! The four projects I’ve included are Summertime, Quest, Fiction Academy, and Fighter. You’ll be able to read more about them, what genre they are, and what stage of the process they’re currently in. I’ve also created (with code!) my own progress bars, so you have a visual way of seeing my process as well.
As time goes on, I’ll definitely be going back and tweaking these pages, especially as some of my writing projects still need blurbs and I know my blog post series are far from over, but I’m really proud of the way they turned out, and I’m so excited to share them with you!
As always, thank you all for being so patient with me. I feel like my “blogging quality” hasn’t been quite up to par lately, just in terms of timeliness and general writing, but I always appreciate your kind words and feedback each week. Thank you so much!