there was a new wordpress update not too long ago, and it seems to have broken my blog theme. at least on my end, I can’t load more posts, which is problematic to say the least! the creator of my blog theme recommends downloading an update to the theme, but that will strip all of the customization I did. I’m working on this issue, but if there’s a specific post you’re looking for, please leave a comment and I’ll link the post!
Let’s have a heart to heart about my blog.
I never set out to be a professional blogger. I originally just wanted a creative outlet from a job. But what now, when my entire day at work is designing?
I don’t have an answer yet. I do know I love having this space to share. But the things I want to share are different now. And since this is a little blog, I have the flexibility to change course a bit.
But I want to know what you like reading here. I created a very short, two question survey. It’ll give me a better idea of posts to focus on, or at least balance with the type of posts I feel compelled to create now. This blog will still have plenty of pretty things (like these lamps), worry not!
Thanks so much!
My mom was in town for a long weekend, so I’m still trying to catch up a bit. I like having the freedom to hang out with her on a weekday (shopped in Soho during the amazing weather yesterday–bliss!), but now there’s work to do, blog posts to write. I know, cry a river of work-at-home tears.
I finally stopped in Pearl River too. I’ve always walked by it, intrigued, and I’ve been on their online store plenty of times, but I somehow always talk myself out of going in. Guys. Go in. It’s phenomenal for those weird little accents I love–things that can’t be placed as from a certain store. Don’t decorate your whole house with this stuff, but certainly go in and pick up a $10 ginger jar!
Reader. I changed the code so that pictures will show up in Reader. You’ll need a hard refresh if you do not see the change.
Mobile site. I received reports on the site not loading properly on mobiles, specifically the left nav bar overlapping with the content when you zoom in. That’s an ios5 issue with Safari. That’s a fix that has to come from my developer, so hang in there.
Comment forms. I definitely know the comment forms are hard to use. I may temporarily use something like Disqus until I figure out a more elegant solution (read: me figuring out how to add borders to the forms). It’s my first priority.