>> Nov 4, 2013
Nobody told me:
That when you plan to do something and you give yourself a deadline, you might encounter unexpected obstacles towards your goal. That's a lie.
That it would take me 5 months to come up with my new website, or
That because it was going to take me that long, i probably shouldn't have closed the current website.
I Apologize, i think that was very bad judgement
Change is the only constant thing, and as i sit here fighting the lizard brain not to launch my new website, i deeply regret my method of transition.
I had Googled how its done; how do other bloggers transition or move their websites without loosing views or loosing people's interest? I did find responses to my question, but i never knew that it will take me ...5 MONTHS.
I mean i was building, designing and hosting my website all by myself you would think i gave myself some good allowance to learn and do.But i didn't.
It's the other voice in your head that wants everything to be perfect but in the end you have to do more than expect more. I should probably have launched it sooner and fixed it, or made it perfect as i go but the perfectionist spirit in me wanted better for those interested in my blog.
I still have a lot of things to do on the new website but i hope everyone can see what i was aiming for. Greatly inspired by better food blogs, i figured if i do one last upgrade of my website maybe i can give this blogging thing my very best shot.
I'm really trying to make this post short but there's so much to say. The website is the only proof to my viewers that i didn't stop or forget or loose my love for blogging.
I'll let you figure out for yourself what's new on the new website and what isn't but I will point out the main upgrade which to be is a big deal: I wont be posting any meals without recipe's anymore and I'll remake some meals just so i can give you the recipe.
Rendez-Vous at www.cuisinevogue.com
Big X and Big O's :)