Friday, May 29, 2009

two more days and a question

Only two more days until my Summer Sun Salutation and Meditation Challenge will begin. (It's hard to believe June has almost arrived!) I am really exited about focusing in on my home practice this month! Once again, everyone's invited to join the challenge! (Yummy details are on the right).

On another note, I am considering switching from blogspot to wordpress, and I was wondering if any of you have an opinion as to which is better. The only reason I'm wanting to switch is because I really want to have the ability to set up different pages on my blog (more details to come soon as to why I want to do this!), and blogspot doesn't allow me to do this. Other than this reason, I'm very satisfied with blogspot. Thoughts?



Mrs. Haid said...

I've been thinking about doing this, too.

If you do switch, I'd be interested in reading your opinions about using wordpress, especially in publishing new posts and being creative with the layouts!

Judy H in NC said...

don't know if you are just looking for an easier way to format postings, but Microsoft has LiveWriter which is great for doing your postings and then easy download to your blog. Really helped me with my postings and gives a ton more options. It's a free application (just google LiveWriter).

Judy H in NC said...

by the way, I'm going to join in for you Summer Sun Salutation and Meditation challenge. My balcony at my apartment is getting to be nice and green (tomatoes, herbs and morning glories) and think it would be a great way to start summer.

Sam said...

Hi! Your post at WoYo landed me here, so I just thought I'd drop by to let you know that I'm in for your summer sun salutation and meditation practise. I had managed to get into a groove with my home practise at the beginning of the year thanks to Woyo, but events and stuff has thrown it off course again. This could be just what I need.

With regards to Wordpress... I'd say go with it if you're an established blogger and already firmly in the habit of writing regularly. The ability to have different pages and all the third party gadgetry is fun although I found I had a lot to learn when editing templates!