I never knew starting a new blog could be so stressful. I've been wanting to do this for a long time, but I was nervous. What if it failed? What if no one read it?
I'm comfy at this blog. Many of you are regular readers and commenters. We're friends and I talk to you like friends. But this new blog is different. It has to serve two purposes.
• It must be able to deliver good, reliable content.
• It must be interesting enough for advertisers to invest in it.
The advertisers are secondary. But content is critical. I spent the last two months accumulating topics and tips. This week is purely a "get to know me" schedule. Next week is when the real fun begins.
I haven't decided on prizes, but I think we'll have a contest to help introduce the new blog. It's contest-worthy, don't ya think?
Anyway, it's official. Getting Back to Basics is now open for business. Browse around. Click on links. And let me know if anything doesn't work on your browser. I'm going to spend this week making sure everything is filtering through Facebook and Twitter properly.
When you visit, add yourself to Networked Blogs if you're on Facebook and Like her sister page, "The Frugal Way, Back to Basics".
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you--for all the support you've given me. I'm giddy with anticipation. I hope you like what I have planned.