Welcome to the new blog design. I hope you like it.
I started my blog more than three years ago, and I loved it, but it was crowded and messy. Things weren’t organized in the most logical and efficient way, and it was beyond my tech capacity to shape them up much.
So I asked for help, got a great person to take on the project and – voila! Thanks Nathan Bowers!
Let me know if there’s anything missing that you think is important, or anything that drives you crazy. Or even better, let me know if you like the re-design.
Bonus: something is revealed here for the first time. Can you figure out what it is? Very exciting! (for me, at least).
Also, you’ll notice that the comments section has changed somewhat. This is supposed to make it a richer experience for readers. Don’t worry if you don’t want to log in; you can always comment as a guest without filling in all your information.
In case the re-design inspires you with a sudden zeal to pre-order the book, here’s the link so you have it handy.
Over the years, many people have gently suggested that I change my photo, because I don’t look very happy in it. I used that picture because it was the only high-quality digital image I have of myself. Well, now I have a new one. Better?
Request for help: There’s a great feature on the blog. If you look at the bar across the top, you’ll see a button, Share your experience. So many people have emailed me to let me know how the Happiness Project has helped to boost their happiness. If you’ve started a happiness project yourself, or if a particular resolution has been particularly effective, or you have some other experience with the Happiness Project to share, please post it here.
I worked hard on this re-design, but I feel anxious about flipping the switch. It’s hard to make the change. Also, although the blog is supposed to work exactly the way it does now, I suspect I’ll be working out the kinks for a few days. But, keeping my resolution to Embrace the update, here goes. Enjoy.
*** ok, first question — Are you seeing the text at the top of the homepage in HUGE letters? or is that just me?
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