Thursday, August 2, 2012

Happy Birthday

Happy Birthday Headspace!



One year ago today, I made my first post on Headspace.  Since then I have done a lot of cooking, canning, and writing about it all, and I have enjoyed every minute of it. 

This blog is just a small thing started for my own benefit more than anything else.  In the process of cataloging my activities I've picked up a few readers and have had many visitors, and I want to thank those of you who take the time to stop by and read about my kitchen adventures. 

For Headspace's birthday, I am trying to make some things a little more user friendly.  One thing I'm going to be doing is linking a printable version of each recipe to its corresponding post.  I've done this with a few so far, and hopefully will find time to go back and do it to all of the old posts.  For now, though, any new recipes posted will have the printable version.

I have also started using a Facebook page for Headspace that I started a year ago.  No one knows about the page at this point because I have not been using it, but feel free to visit and share it if you like.  When I post on the blog, I will link the post to the Facebook page.     

I hope this will be a helpful feature.  In addition, I am working on several other features, and I will let you know about those as I get them worked out.  If you have any suggestions of things you would like to see on the blog or things that would make it more user friendly, please let me know.  I can't promise I will make them happen, but I will definitely try.

One year down, many more to go!

4 comments:

  1. Yay blog birthday! Eat cake!

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  2. Eating cake sounds like a good idea! I was also thinking dinner out sounded good for a blog birthday. Don't you think?

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  3. I am so excited about Headspace's birthday! You have no idea how often I pull up something I've seen on here and make it. You have a true writing gift...not to mention cooking and canning gift! Keep it up and have a wonderful birthday dinner!:)

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  4. Thanks, Jeri! You have no idea how many times I make recipes you have given me. :)

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