I've been away, jetting off to all the hot spots with my family in tow, relaxing in gorgeous locales, meeting VIPs, and doing important work that has kept me from the blogiverse for several weeks. It's why I haven't been posting consistently lately. Time goes by so fast when you have back-to-back vacations and super-important assignments that take up nearly all of what little free time you usually have.
Yeah. I've been here. Riiiiiiight here. Watching the world go by outside my window, reading everyone else's blogs, watching piles of junk mail accumulate around me, and waiting for my children to ask me to drive them somewhere.
Summer is here, and I'm taking advantage of days with not much to do. That, and I think I've hit an all-time low of laziness overall.
Last week I found out that Google is doing away with their Reader service, which amasses blog posts that avid blog readers like me can use (even though I don't use it; I get about a thousand individual emails a day from blogs that I subscribe to, holy crap so many emails).
A few of the bloggers I follow are using Bloglovin', a blog reader that will take the place of Google Reader and RSS feeds that other people use to read blogs, I don't know what that is, look it up, it sounds very technical and complicated, and then report back to me, please and thank you. Anyway, I was all, OMG what if the dozen readers I have only use Reader or RSS feeds - they will be so
So I thought I'd tell you a little about Bloglovin', a service that compiles all the blogs you read into one handy little space. If you go to www.bloglovin.com, register, and add About 100% to your reading list, when I post BAM there it is in your Bloglovin' feed! And Bloglovin' will send you an email with all your daily posts from the blogs you love instead of a thousand individual emails like I get every. single. day.
It is so cute how they care.
Seriously, folks. Thousands.
So click the link, below. Set it up and read away! So fun!
Not really. But convenient and easy, which is pretty much all I care about these days. Can someone bring me a glass of water?
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