So, I decided it was time I got Bloglovin'.
If I'm honest, I don't completely understand it but I know it will benefit my blog - how, I will soon find out. After the whole Google Friend Connect scare yesterday (it wasn't visible on blogs), I feared a potential day where it is gone (as I'm not good with technology, I don't know if this would happen), so I signed up and for those of you with Bloglovin', I'd love for you to help me out, only if you wish to, of course. You can follow my blog on Bloglovin here!
My problem is this. Now Google Friend Connect is working and easier for some to use to follow over doing it through your personal homepage, I still would love, when people want to follow me (I would hate for people to follow me without the will), to follow me (as well as Bloglovin' if potential people so wish) through Google Friend Connect. I have 43 followers and my aim from the beginning of The Girl in the Moonlight was to reach 50 members so I'm hoping this won't affect my goal in the long run!
I would actually love for advice with Bloglovin' if you have it and understand the ins and outs of how it works! I don't understand what exactly it does, what I use it for and why I want to get followers through it as opposed to Google Friend Connect. If you have any time, I would love it if you commented below or emailed me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I am sure I will figure it out eventually, but I can be really bad at understanding technology so I would send you lots of rainbows if you could help. Nonetheless, I will embrace the adventure that is Bloglovin'!
Also, as this is a little update post, keeping myself up to date with what's going on my blog, I want to mention Blogmas. I have been blogging every day of December (and will do until Christmas) for Blogmas and woweee, it's tough. I'm enjoying it, but, as I publish posts I'm unhappy with, I feel my blog is becoming sad due to the content. However, this time (it's happened before), I feel myself becoming more "okay" about publishing these posts. I'm not releasing perfection (or as I perfect as I can physically make something) onto the internet, but sometimes that is okay. Frustrating, but okay. I'm really enjoying Blogmas and am also excited to get back to my 3 posts a week in the new year. However, I'm not wishing the year away as Christmas is my thang. To round off this post, I want to put a link to my favourite post I've published for Blogmas so far HERE. Feel free to check it out.
Frilly Socks & Shoes,
The Girl in the Moonlight.