So what exactly is the best way to “relaunch” a blog that has been dead or inactive for a while?
My blog disappeared for a while, but I never planned to quit! The spring has been quite overwhelming, because of work related things (hello, GDPR) and health issues (hello, IBD), but I’ve also had good things going on. In the end of April I hosted a whiskey tasting in our whisky club – my first tasting for a larger audience. Then, after what seemed like the longest winter of my life, the month of May offered weather that we usually don’t even see in July – sunshine and 25+ C every day for an entire month (the summer weather in Sweden is usually very unstable). With that weather you don’t want to be inside with a computer more than necessary!
During the spring and early summer I’ve kept this site inactive because I had a plan to make it a “branding” site where I collect everything I do online, to keep it open for me to eventually use for work possibilities, and to put the blog elsewhere. I was unsure about whether or not it would fit in here, but decided eventually, with the help of my brilliant husband, that keeping the blog here would be the best thing to do.
I’ve done some cleaning up among blog posts, and I plan to continue sharing my photos and happenings here, and hopefully I will soon have more peace and quiet in life to also improve my writing.
We generally have lots of interesting plans and projects right now, which I’ll write about in a few days. I’ll also share some about our latest trip to Ireland – we were there for St Patrick’s day this year, and visited the Beara peninsula, the only West Cork peninsula we hadn’t visited. It was freezing cold that day but I took a few nice pictures – the landscape there is very different from the other peninsulas we’ve been to. I’ll try to collect the best photos and will be back soon with a post about it.
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