Moving Day

105 Moving Day

Sometimes it’s hard to stay happy all the time. No, truly. Before I begin, let me say that the last two weeks have been a little rough on me. It has been a surprising transition into March. A lot of things have happened since my last couple of posts (I’ll get into the gory details through other mediums as I’m not really at liberty to speak of them here). I’m sorry for ranting on Jupiter Skye but it would be dishonest of me to write happily when the mood I am in is anything but. However, like the bad stuff that has gotten me messed up, I have to say there’s a little bit of good that has come out of it, which I can’t not acknowledge.

I’ve shifted to WordPress, forcibly mostly, because Posterous shuts down by the end of April. It was something I hadn’t foreseen (maybe I should have) when they were acquired by Twitter a few months ago. Anyway, so I have shifted blogging platforms and well, to say the least, it has been a TASK! I still have to refurbish all of my older posts because the template design/layout has changed entirely. All in good time, I shall do this.

The next piece of news (don’t cringe anymore, this is happy); I’ve made a temporary logo stamp (see picture) and visiting card design for Jupiter Skye! Once I map my domain this weekend and the URL has been finalised, I’ll go ahead and get my cards printed. And yes, when that happens I shall be a happier girl visiting cute little stores and attending events, and networking. There… I think I feel better now that I have told you guys all of this; thanks for listening (I know you were forced to). My next posts will resume the standard quality and texture (I solemnly swear); there’ll be bargain buys that you folks must pick up, more make-up and bath product reviews (I actually have Magali to thank for this because her blog inspired me to write about my own favourites), hand-made designer profiles and other cool stuff that you have come to know and love on the Skye.

Lots of love,


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8 thoughts on “Moving Day

  1. Yaaayy for Jupiter Skye being functional again. :)
    You probably know that I’ve explored a similar topic- we all want our blogs to be a positive space, but at the same time they should be reflective of who we are as people (& what we’re feeling) at that point of time.

    1. Yes! I was thinking of your post only as I wrote this. The words just flowed; I was actually a bit fidgety today and quite irritated while mulling over things, and I was like let me just write the very first post on my new blogging platform. Or I knew I’d slowly have killed the motivation if I hadn’t! :-)

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