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Hydrangea Girl - elsewhere


As you may know by now, Google reader is going extinct as and from tomorrow. I have no doubt those of you who use it have made the necessary precautions, but just in case, below are a couple of alternative sites you can use to keep up to date with my posts ...

Bloglovin'
Subscribe by e-mail

I'm sure there's more, but those are the only two alternatives I can think of. And while I'm at it, here's some blatant social media plugging you can find me here too ...

Facebook
Twitter
Pinterest

For all of about 4 minutes I signed up for Google+ and Instagram, but I quickly deleted my accounts. To me they're just two more social media sites I have to chase, and I'm quite content with the ones I have to date. No offence to those of you who have those accounts; I feel I'd be spreading myself too thin. It seems less is more is happening a lot around here lately.

That's all peeps. Stop on by tomorrow for some tasty temptations you will adore / immediately regret consuming. Hell, you only live once. xx A

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  1. oh I hear you Alex. I am with ya on spreading yaself thin. I am in the process of making some changes myself. I am over feeling like I have to have a social media presence everywhere lol. So I have a twitter account but don't tweet much cos I am not sure what I am spose to tweet about. At the moment I only use it for blog posts. I have no desire to keep on using it. I am also thinking of getting rid of my SIB blog and just blogging on my personal one again. I am looking at getting a website done and in two minds about having a business blog linked to it or not. I think I would rather focus on building up my facebook page to be honest.

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    1. Preach it, sister. Social networking works for people in different ways. It's really varied between Twitter and Facebook. If I post the same thing on both sites, sometimes I'll get a good reaction from one, and nothing from the other. And other times, vice versa. But I think those two sites are enough for me. If I spend too much time on either, I also begin to feel panicked. Not cool.

      You know I'll support whatever blog route you take, as long as you keep writing ;) xx A

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