On Tiny Changes and Small Beginnings

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Words of wisdom for today:

  • Change is a good thing.
  • And yes — you can teach an old dog new tricks!

I want to be more intentional about how and what I share here with you, so I’m in the middle of a course led by writer and blogger Jeff Goins titled Intentional Blog. The biggest change I’ve made because of this course has been a new look and “host” for my blog. You can now find me here, at ingridsjourney.com.

The latest assignment has been to share on my blog more about myself and why I write. I reveal all my dreams and secrets (well, maybe not ALL) under a tab marked “About”. Would you be willing to click on that now and check it out? I’d love some feedback!

Christmas Memories buttonAnd be sure to check us out on Friday when a new friend and fellow writer has agreed to share a Christmas memory as part of my Christmas series. I hope you’ll stop back to read Cindy Miller’s favorite childhood memory.

And then, hop over to Ruby for Women to read my post there for this month, as well as the other many beautiful essays by women from all over the country.

Just a bit of housekeeping — this change in blog address left my faithful followers behind until today, when I finally figured out how to bring you along! If you haven’t received e-mail notices in the past week or two, be assured that you’re back on the list. Thank you for your loyalty, and feel free to share this blog with your friends.

Blessings to you and yours during this beautiful Christmas Season.

2 Comments

  1. Susan Day

    Ingrid, this is truly a warm, welcoming and wondrous website. Okay, truthfully, I did not intended to write all words that began with “w.” Yet, this is what I felt when I landed on your page! Thank you! I will visit often. God’s continued blessings on you and your wonderful writing!

    • inkspots53@hotmail.com

      Thank you, Susan! I enjoyed checking out your ministry at DAPO and am now a follower! Looking forward to seeing what God shows you, too.

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