After a few months of a team effort to pull this off during the pandemic, (and everything that came with it) I’m delighted to share my new website with you.
January 9th marked ten years I’ve been blogging in these internet streets. To celebrate this special blogiversary, I decided to give my personal blog a fresh look.
One of the main things you will notice is that the new virtual hub is no longer solely a blog, but a full website that includes a blog. That was a big adjustment for me. To be honest, it has taken me this long to rebrand because I needed to make some mindset shifts. I was not ready to claim or declare out loud what I had already been quietly doing behind the scenes.
But as I have shared in a previous post, I finally opened myself up to possibilities and knew it was time to show up in a loving, supportive, and transformative way.
Besides taking a creative, storytelling approach to topics that could often get told in static ways, you will ultimately find that I am offering an invitation to build community together with you. This new website gives you a much clearer picture of ways we can collaborate as changemakers.
Again, this took a team approach to build this site. I'd like to give special thanks to Tai Goodwin, my mindset shift coach, and Sara Gorsky my website designer. Also, Ky Toure, Amanda Norris, and P. Elizabeth Anderson, my rebrand accountability and second pair of eyes team, and Pamela Barroway, Autumn Tompkins, and Nicole Hallberg my copywriting and copyediting team.
I hope you enjoy the new look and the new blog post!
If you have any questions, feedback, etc. please do reach out.