I’m still updating, but this time it was an update to this site that was supposed to happen yesterday and one update to the Facebook page associated to this site . . . that I didn’t even know could happen. Therefore, I’ve completed one and a half more updates today.
The update I made today that was supposed to happen yesterday was for the page associated with my Maine-ly Motherhood website. This project is going to (IT IS GOING TO) grow this year (IT WILL). See what I just did there? I’m setting my intension. It will happen now. IT WILL. So there. It’s happening. End of story. I’m finished writing a series of fragmented sentences about that, too. *smiles*
Here is the page I’ve updated about that: Maine-ly Motherhood
The update didn’t turn out at all like I envisioned in my mind, but . . . like the site, I guess that’s fitting. The site didn’t turn out at all like I envisioned in my mind, either. I’m thinking I’ll keep changing around the page associated with this site just like I’m going to keep changing around the site. So, if you feel inclined to do so, check back from time to time for changes.
The other “half” update I performed today was adding a call to action to my Facebook page associated with this website. There is now a “Shop Now” button on the page right next to the “Like” button. This makes it easier to find my Etsy.com shop. I contemplated adding the link to my Amazon page to the button, but it’s been so long since I’ve added new titles, it made more sense to include my Etsy.com shop because my paintings are more recent.
Here is the Facebook page with the call to action: Jennifer Greenleaf, Author & Artist
Now that I’m finished with these updates, I’ll move on to building up the content and updating Maine-ly Motherhood. That project needs so much attention and, now that I’ve finished giving this site the attention (preliminary, mind you) it needs, I can properly focus my attention over there. I’m going to incorporate a blogging binder back into the fold like I used to use routinely four or five years ago. I regret letting that slip from my daily doings.
In the meantime, happy writing!