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Blog Rebump, the Nth time around

You got that right!

I know. I know.

This is probably the Nth time I am going to reconstruct, revise, redesign, redo this blog and rethink if I want to continue blogging again.

I have no alibi. And I wasn't in hibernation mode either. I just lost the passion in blogging.

Probably, I reached the point when I feel that I don't want to do anything at all. Or maybe, I'm getting old.



It's a phase. It's not contagious (I hope). Though I think it's a disease that women my age are prone to acquire at some point in their lives.

So yes, here I am easing slowly back into blogging again. And just like before, I need to start afresh. I need new layout design to fit my new found enthusiasm for blogging. And hey, having done this multiple times... I guess I'm getting good at it.

"Getting good at fixing what is not broken.".

Anyway, there are a few things that will surely be significant with this "not-so-new-blog" of mine. If some of you remember (I was hoping that I still have some of you - my loyal blog followers) I own about 7 blogs in total. Well, that is no longer true. I have lost 5 of them and now down to 2.

That is mainly the reason why I stopped blogging. I was overwhelmed by them. With 2 jobs and working 12 hours a day, time is my enemy.

This is the new old layout of The Carpenter's Wife's Tool Box

So now that I only have 2 blogs left, I am hoping that I will be able to maintain a good amount of blogging time and regain the momentum that I used to have when I started blogging 9 years ago.

And yes, my other blog will undergo a major facelift too soon.

This change will not be instant, I promise you. I have to come up with a plan to do this. And as of this writing, I don't have one. But I will get there.

Changing the layout is the start. I can see that in the next few days it will get where I want it to be. I am so excited to get back on writing and blogging again. And I am hoping that someday I will also find the time to finally publish a book that I have been dreaming of.

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