An overview of my life and blog in 2017, from drama to beating around the bush.
I typed “janepedia” into the address bar to check whether
https:// would prefix my domain, and saw, in red text, “Your page is not mobile-friendly.”
Since Google penalizes websites that fail this test now, fixing it became a priority.
Christmas is next week! I’ve been busy wrapping presents (ugh, so fun!) for busy family members, among other things.
Elder generations enjoy nit-picking at millennials for this and that, but to paraphrase Fall Out Boy, the story’s all off.
2017 is coming to an end, and I am wrapping up my 2017 reading. Compared to last year, my reading variety expanded. Reading a wide variety of things is important to me—not only as a writer, but as a human being in general. For me, reading helps me connect with and understand a world I have difficulty understanding.
Of the 52 books I’ve read thus far this year, here are my favorite genres.
Last month, I focused a lot on my blog and Net Neutrality and seldom else. I also met my newest cousin and gave NaNoWriMo one final try.
Alexandra Franzen talks about her new book, You’re Going to Survive, scrutiny as an online creator, adversity, and more.
After a year-long hiatus returns my interviews series Cool People, in which I feature everyday people owning their “it”, in an attempt to redefine inspiration (or to perhaps introduce others to inspirational people).