Ladies and gentleman, (if indeed I could be so presumptuous to think a male might be reading this!) we interrupt normal transmission for some breaking news.
Please do not turn away from your screen or think you have clicked into the wrong web page. You are where you intended (and by that I mean also me, finally in the 21st blogging century). Because, hallelujah, NappyDaze has had a much needed face-lift and is finally moving with the cyber times!
Thanks to a recent win (ok, big freaking fabulous win with the cool dudes at Sealy Australia) I have a little pocket money to finally re-invest into my blog. And its not without time, I know. I’ve been embarrassed about the lack of professional sheen my little slice of cyber space since it began back in June 2009. But I plodded along, hoping that one day I could try and emulate the experts I’ve for so long admired. And after seeing Mrs Woog’s blog-lift, I knew it was time for me to take the plunge.
So now NappyDaze.com is a one stop shop to keep in contact with me. You’ll note my super cool Menu Bar, where you can find out what floats my blogging boat (About Me), how to get your business featured on my blog (Advertise with Me), where else you may have seen me pop up in the Online, TV or Print publishing realms (In The Media) and most exciting of all, direct links to my Twitter and Facebook accounts which will help maintain a more consistent social media platform from my end from here in.
My eternal thanks goes to the endlessly patient Sharnee from suckmylolly.com who created this fab and fun blogging canvas, happily tweaking and fine tuning every time I had another suggestion. If it wasn’t enough she’s working full-time and juggling twins, she is also taking the time to respond to a million emails and suggestions from me. The woman is a saint – and a talented one at that!
It is now (or so I desperately hope!) onward and upwards for Nappydaze as I’ve many hopes and dreams for this humble little blog of mine. And after attending Friday night’s Digital Parents Unplugged event in Kings Cross, where a cross section of PR and Bloggers collided for the betterment of blogging, I have burning within me a renewed flame and focus.