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I’d like to introduce you to the new maggiewinterton.com!
My husband and I updated the look of this site a couple weeks ago, and now I think I’m ready to really start blogging here!
First of all, since my last post I am no longer just a guest poster on Devotionaldiva.com. No, I am the editor-in-chief now!
Founding editor Renee Fisher decided to step down and trusted me enough to continue the legacy. I feel so blessed for this opportunity.
I’d like to talk about the future of mw.com (what I’ve decided to call maggiewinterton.com now, much less to type!!).
For now (at least for the summer), I plan on posting once a week on Wednesdays. It’s the same with Devotional Diva (but DD posts go up on Tuesdays) right now, because summer is such a busy time for everyone. I hope to rev up the posting schedules for both websites in late August.
But what am I even going to put on here?
I’ve spent literally months trying to figure that out. I would sit with an idea for awhile, and then go back to it and wonder what I was thinking. Some of my ideas were just way too involved or just weird.
I’ve pared down the blog post ideas now, but they’ll probably change in the future at some point too. Hopefully I will come up with some more good ideas, right? 😉
I plan on sharing photos of my life here and personal updates. But also, I want to write editorials, share what I’ve been writing and working on and other fun or useful stuff I think might be interesting.
And like Devotional Diva, I want this to be as positive a place as possible! I hate negativity and I feel that it’s unnecessary here.
I hope you enjoy this journey with me!
I’ll leave you with some recent pictures:
The black and white kitty you see is Zero. He is 16 years old and has lived with my husband his entire life. The gray calico is my little baby Brigit — she is three. They are the lights of my life! So cute, right? Above, my husband, Brandon, and I grabbed some gelato and below, we hit up the Beatles Experience at the San Diego County Fair. The ring in the second collage is a drusy quartz and gold-plated piece I got at the fair’s gem show.