1. a flowing or flow.
verb (used with object)
Origins of the word
A few months later, I felt like I had something more to say about my life. Those types of posts didn’t fit on Books & Brands, which was already a bit of a semi-pro smorgasbord. So, I started Be Nice or Leave Thanks. This blog was to be a place to share and vent, and laugh, and sadly as it turns out, to cry. I do believe its on the right track (not withstanding my semi-frequent blog holidays).
THEN….a pal suggested to me that I start a site specifically to talk about TEENAGERS, a topic on which I’m a semi-pro expert. So, I did. Parent Our Teens has the potential to be an amazing resource and a whole lot of fun. Except, I’m intimidated at the daunting prospect of finding the time and developing the expertise to live my dream of creating an ONLINE MAGAZINE.
There’s too much going on with me and the blogosphere. Clearly, I need to catch a serious case of Blog Dystentery. To be crass, I need to diarrhea one of my blogs. I just can’t take the violent and internal guilt I have when I neglect one over the other or vice versa. Its like we’re on an episode of Blog Sister Husbands and one of the polyblogists is stealing another one’s ‘humina humina’ night.
So, sorry, Books & Brands. You’re circling the drain. I’m ready to purge, and its you that’s gone. I know its sad, because I spent MONEY on moving you to self hosting and for a ‘design’ (a whole ‘nother post about my trusting nature).
Flux also is defined as ‘to melt, to make fluid’. The blogs will just melt into one, just like a Bloggy Crayon Maker. You’ll still see my semi-pro opinionated opinions about brands I love and not so much, books I love, and not so much. You’ll just have to come here to see them.
I hope this all works out.