3.14.2013

Follow Me on Bloglovin'

Hello lovelies! I hope you are having a magnificent day. The big news today is that Google Reader will no longer be in service as of July 1st, 2013. As I understand it, this means that you can still manage your blog via blogger, but will no longer be able to follow and keep up with other blogs via GFC.

However, the great news is that Bloglovin' is already up and ready to go! You can follow my blog here, or by clicking on the button on the right side of my page! It is a very simple sign up process, and it will help you stay connected to both me and all the other blogs you love. They have made it really simple by offering an import process so you can easily import the blogs you already follow onto your following list at bloglovin'. 

I hope you'll continue following my "adventures"!

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3 comments:

  1. Absolutely!!! I love your blog. I'm going to follow you on instagram too :)

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  2. Hi! I nominated you for a Liebster Award :) You can check out the details on my blog, here: http://makingeachminutecount.blogspot.com/2013/03/liebster-award-backthatazzup-friday.html

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  3. It really is too bad that they're taking away google reader stuff. But it's not like they really kept up with it anyway. So maybe it's a good thing. I have always used my GFC (on blogger below the list of my blogs) to keep up with other people's blogs. It's interesting to try something new, I am using BlogLovin' and Feedly (pretty interesting). I am trying them both out at the same time to see which I like better, lol. I can't decide. I am not sure I LOVE either of them. But they're working out fine, I suppose.

    It really makes me worried that they're taking away google reader, because they also do not really keep up with Blogger stuff... What would I do if they took away my blogger?!

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