Alright, so it’s no big mystery that I’ve been seriously off the radar lately. After my post about travel blues, I decided that something really needed to be done, and I needed to decide whether I was staying on this trip or heading home. Not gonna lie, there was a big part of me that wanted to go home. But instead of getting angry with me, after my mother read my post, she was pretty understanding and we sat down for a while to decide what we were going to do. And of course, being us, we decided nothing.

The next night, I decided I was going to go home. I wrote up a pros/cons list that looked something like this: More »

I have finally decided that I’m not going to use Tumblr for my travel blog anymore. It’s a really great idea to begin with, but in fact, people can’t communicate, tell me what they love/hate and all of the traffic on the site comes from within the site. Lame if I’m looking to actually get somewhere and get publicity from this blogging.

So I’m keeping Tumblr for my personal mess of thoughts, emotions, pretty pictures and stunning shoes, and my other side-blogs that only have image-based content. But I’m moving something that I want to turn profitable and public to a better site for it.

Sorry Tumblr! So back to re-learning WordPress and all of the little tricks and secrets I once knew. Tumblr can stay pretty, WordPress can be public. This is hopefully going to be a lot better.

P.S. Tumblr has recently started having massive spasms, and doing crazy stuff like not letting me edit a published post and deleting entire saved posts. Not. Happy.