Hi everyone! Has your week got off to a good start? Here daylight savings (for summer) has ended and we wound our clocks BACK 1 hour yesterday. This was great as I got extra sleep (yay!). 😛
If you read a beautiful story regularly you will know that I have been working on a privately hosted version of the blog over the past few weeks. Well, it is almost ready to launch! I’m excited about it and hope that you guys will like the new version of the site as much as I do! 🙂
As I will be busy doing the finishing touches this week I will not be posting again until the Easter long weekend – which is this weekend. I will be launching the new site then and will post here and on Twitter and Facebook to alert you all to the move.
If you have the blog bookmarked please update your bookmark to http://abeautifulstory.net 🙂
For those who are subscribed via email, unfortunately you will need to re-subscribe on the new version of the site once it is live. Same goes for RSS subscribers, sorry!
If you keep up with me via Twitter or Facebook there is no change. I’m not sure for Bloglovin as I did use the .net address when setting up that profile but, as it currently redirects here it attached the wordpress.com address to the profile instead. (I will be able to say more about Bloglovin once the new blog site is live.)
If keen, please visit my Facebook page to check out pics from yesterday’s High Tea meetup for Adelaide Beauty Bloggers! 😀 It was ABBM’s first birthday – ~Happy Birthday to You, ABBM!~ X
Enjoy your week and I wish you all a safe and Happy Easter, if you celebrate it! 🙂
Oooh – what an exciting change for you!! Can’t wait to see it all done! xx
Hi! Thank you! 🙂
Awesome! I’ve been thinking about doing self-hosted but I’m not even sure what all that entails, ugh so much researching to do to figure it out. Can’t wait to see your new site :).
Thanks Tina 🙂 Well, it’s not too hard once all the foundation stuff is worked out but that can be a pain in the a#$! I found that particular WordPress themes were just unworkable on a privately hosted site unless I was prepared to do a heap of html coding (which I’m quite rusty on).