Big News — I’ve MOVED! :D

I’m happy to announce, after several months of deliberation, that I’ve decided to move my blog to a self-hosted site! I’ve always enjoyed playing with website design; when I taught kindergarten I had a pretty impressive classroom website that I designed myself through A LOT of trial & error.Β 

I’m excited to invite you to visit my new site: http://www.becomingdrlah.com! Please follow me there! πŸ˜€

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8 thoughts on “Big News — I’ve MOVED! :D

  1. I tried self hosting a few weeks ago and didn’t like it so I went back. I learned it wasn’t easy for people to “like” or make comments from their reader :/ I also couldn’t figure it all out. LOL! I’m not much of a creative web designer! I’m excited for your new blog and I know you will enjoy it much more than I did πŸ™‚ xo

    • Thanks, Elisha πŸ™‚ ! I don’t know a lot about web design, but I love figuring it out (I’m such a weirdo πŸ˜‰ ). I had so much fun with my kindergarten website, but it was a huge learning experience for me. It’s been about 5 years since I’ve played with web design & I’m VERY rusty!!! I’m hoping some of this stuff begins coming back to me as I play with the blog.

      I hate to hear your experience with self-hosting wasn’t great. Who did you use? I’m using Bluehost & added WordPress.org. So far, so good, but we shall see πŸ™‚ !

      Have a GREAT weekend! πŸ˜€

      • I did what you did. I had a lot of my followers upset that liking and then commenting was a pain so they ended up doing both. I missed that communication with them so I decided to go back. Tonight I tried commenting under the spaghetti recipe and it wouldn’t let me. It said I needed to log in and when I tried I log in, it kept denying me. I have up. But my question was…how do you steam the noodles? Do you add water before microwaving?

      • I’ll see if I can figure out the comment/like thing…I hope I can!

        For the zucchini noodles, no you don’t have to add water. Just place them in a microwave safe bowl & cook for about 10 minute. You will have to drain them afterwards, but that’s it! They’re so easy to make & such a great substitute for pasta — AND, my picky hubby LOVES them!!! πŸ˜€

      • I LOVE my spiral slicer–it’s so easy to use & cleans up easily πŸ˜€ !
        Mine is a GEFU Spirelli slicer & I got it on Amazon. I highly recommend this little kitchen gadget! πŸ˜€

        I THINK I figured out the comment/like issue on WordPress.org.

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