I finally did it, I finally made the change to a new look for my blog. Starting a new decade ain’t all that bad but I also wanted a make-over for more than my life. You may have read through some of my recent posts, like Are you a Fred? Fabulous 40 and From the Mouths of Kindergartners along with others, and noticed the common theme for me: Being more positive, learning something from every situation, and just trying to be a better momma, wife, and person.
So, since the trend for my life is a fresh new outlook I also wanted my blog to have one too. My goal for Get Clued In is still to post for fun because I love, love writing. I plan to continue blogging about products, dining, movie reviews, book reviews, giveaways, and the like but I really want to rejuvenate the blog that was known as Clueless in Colorado. This was my previous blog identity (which was anonymous) and I had so many posts on self-improvement, lessons learned in life and love, and plenty of philosophical underpinnings. I am still uncertain whether I like blogging without the anonymous shield to hide behind but we will see how all that goes. I love having loyal readers and conversations with my friends and other bloggers about topics. The comments on my posts by those who are reading them are so very nice and engaging. I do love politics and writing about my opinions which can be controversial at times but they are mine opinions and I may, from time to time, draw fire from those who disagree or misinterpret my intent. But, I am okay with all of this and fully expect it – it is part of the territory of having a public blog and remaining open to improving.
I am excited for this new look, and so happy you are here to join me on the journey.* As the new title above the cover photo reads, “day by day, experience by experience, growing, learning and hoping to…Get Clued In!” So much more to experience, so much more to learn and hope for and a fresh new look to boot.
*My new header picture was taken by Brent Worth- I have written about her photography before. Beautiful photos, beautiful edits. Thanks, Brent!