Don't Miss A Diss is a weekly discussion post led by A Thousand Lives Lived which features discussions with the book blogger public about the troubles and wishes of bloggers.
I know that I haven't been posting too much lately. I went on a weekend getaway to a cottage and now that I'm back, my whole schedule's messed up. I really want to read, and reading interferes with blogging sometimes... So yeah. But I'm beginning to slowly get back on track. So bear with me, please. :)
Today's post will be on something that I've wanted to do for a long time. Changing my blog design. I don't really have questions about it, so I'll be mixing what I know and what I would like to know with this post. So if you're a beginner like me, then we'll be here together and I'll teach you some stuff.
There are a ton of blogs who are so beautiful. Like you get onto the host's site and you fall head over heels over the blog's beauty. Then you go back onto your blog and think, how can I get my blog to be like that? The answer is: experience and money.
We all know that everything in life isn't free. In order to get your blog to be beautiful and stunning like the big-timers is to have experience and/or pay. Having experience with web design and that tech stuff can save you and your wallet a quite amount of money. Well, if you have experience then you'll already know that. I'm no expert here, haha.
Then there's the people like me who don't have an idea on how to deal with this stuff. I can admire it and awe for it, but have no idea what program to use or how to change the "look." I've been wanting to give my blog a makeover for a long time, and I've recently contacted Lori @ Imagination Blog Designs for some help, and by this winter, my blog will have a fresh design! I'll finally feel like a professional at this. ;) I'm still sorting out my thoughts on how I want everything to look, but I know that Lori and other bloggers will give me some ideas. Since my title is A Thousand Lives Lived, I'm thinking something with a moon. That'll be pretty good, I think. I'm also going to get social media buttons so you guys can find me at my other sites easily, and a signature and a whole lot of other stuff. I'm pretty excited about it all.
So let me know: What have you done to make your blog get to its beautifying level? Do you have experience?