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Hi, everyone! I know I haven't been posting as regularly as I used to. Back in the beginning of March in my TBR post, I told y'all I was going to be pretty busy at work. I'm starting to get into the groove of things and hopefully I'll be posting more frequently in the near future.

The main reason for this post is to talk about my new theme. I logged onto Blogger tonight and noticed new, beautiful, modern themes! Of course, me being me I was impulsive and changed to a new theme without a second thought. (Don't worry, I backed up my blog!) I absolutely love my new theme but all of my old posts have my old font, colors and all that jazz. Oh, and I can't seem to sync my Disqus to my new theme. πŸ˜”Please bear with me while I sort everything out! Hopefully, I'll get it all sorted out in April and be ready to rock soon afterward.

I'm super excited about my new theme and to be posting again! How's your Spring going so far?

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  1. Good luck! I hope you get everything fixed the way you want.

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  2. I love the new theme! Good luck getting everything sorted out. ❤️

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  3. Looks good! I hope things settle down for you at work very soon.

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    1. Well things are just ramping up at work actually but I'm learning how to deal with my new role. I love my team and even though things are super busy I'm having a blast!

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