After blogging here since last February, I decided to take things on the road...to self hosting that is. I've pimped this blog out on Twitter and Instagram and even though it's super awesome and all, it's no longer applicable to my life. You're probably thinking, "What do you mean? The blog is about your life!" That's true, but this blog was originally written as a dating blog and meant to be cathartic. If you don't believe me, read the little box on the right that says just that. See?
This blog got me back into the blogging world after a blogging hiatus and has been a blast to write, but my life is more than just dating and funny stories and reflecting on my post-divorce life. I spent the last year saying that "Hindsight is pretty funny" and it is, but I'm tired of looking at the past. I joked that if you don't laugh about things that happened in the past, you might end up crying and while true, it doesn't matter anymore.
So, when I got an email for a FatCow sale yesterday, I couldn't resist signing up for a cheap domain (let me know if anyone wants a $2/month domain for a year coupon--great savings!). I thought about keeping the name Hindsight is Pretty Funny because I've quasi-established myself with that name, but decided against it for several reasons. First, it's too long. Second, there are people out there who can't spell "hindsight". Seriously, you should see the misspelled keywords that get people to my blog. Yes, I can see what you searched to get here. Third, I like change and shiny new things. I want to write about my condo, refinishing furniture, fun outfits, amazing vacations, and a boatload of other things that will fit more into a lifestyle than a dating blog.
My new blog is currently under production (i.e. I'm fumbling my way through self hosting, templates, exporting, importing and HTML coding) and should be up and running for the New Year. There will be a shiny new name, a new look and new content...but my sassy attitude will remain the same.
Here's to a belated Happy Hanukkah, an almost Merry Christmas and a freaking fabulous New Year! See you on the flip side!