What’s Changing, What’s Not!
June 3, 2013
My New Site:
The blog address will change. Unfortunate but necessary.
The page format will be so much more compact and easy on the eyes!
Fun, fresh, colorful and soothing!
Bye-bye black background!
Content: my new blog will be called
“The Inspired Life.”
And you will recognize its content and writing style if you’ve been reading me here.
There will be a few other things on the site for others as well. I will also have resources for fellow writers like myself, contained on a special subpage, and a page for sharing what I’m reading.
You will finally be able to sign up to receive a brief email note to let you know when I have new content posted. If you like.
I will likely archive the most popular and favorite posts from this site into the new site.
I will be more public on the new site.
But you know me, I will always find a way to share,
even the personal stuff.
If you want to follow me to the new site,
please send me your email address
and I will send you the brand new address!
If you’ve been reading me for this long,
you know I don’t bite, and won’t send you spam. 😉
I won’t be contacting you with that email address
for anything after I send you the new blog address.
WriteShephard @ gmail.com
Here’s to more content, regular writing and sharing!
Finding My Inspiration for my new website!
March 7, 2013
What will my new site feel like?
This is an eclectic mood board, consisting of color palette ideas, fonts and images I’m drawn to, as well as a little Midcentury creeping into it all. I hope the new website will capture some of this, though these random images will be more inspirational than literal.
I love the handwritten quality of the font below. In fact, it might not be a font at all; just someone’s handwriting, but the point it, it feels personal and casual, and not too self-important.
The Three Most Powerful Words
November 24, 2012
And it was probably the most interesting dream I’ve had in a long time.
I used up the entire hour of class searching that damn book.
Dorothy to the Scarecrow: I think I will miss you most of all.
The Dream Ended
Although they are the most powerful words, I think they are the words most taken for granted.