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Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Moving!

LilyBitDifferent is moving and I'm moving… 

So much change is happening in my life, I can barely begin to describe it.

The blog first.  I could bore you with how I've been neglecting LBD for the last two years… yes it's been TWO full years since I've been posting regularly.  And don't think I haven't been thinking about it every day.  I have, and I'm fully aware (no need to guilt trip me).  Well no more!  LBD is heading towards bigger and better things -- and by that I mean the big old move to WORDPRESS. 

This is scary for me - I've been researching it for the last couple months and I'm ready to make the plunge.  I think I've figured it out - at least past the part of losing everything (maybe).  So please bare (bear?) with me as I transition… The new lilybitdifferent.com will launch in January of 2016 in full force.  You won't have to do anything different, the site will just look all new and fancy.  Or maybe it won't -- maybe it will disappear!  Hopefully everything will transition smoothly.  It may come and go in the next couple months as I work through the bugs.  But I am VERY very Very excited about this. 

Here's a little preview:


New branding strategy, new mission, new concentration… just cleaning things up a bit.  Still everything gluten free, still me… It's just been two years -- new year new you right?? 

New me… So I'm moving.  I'm soooooo over Omaha.  Omaha's been great for the last five years.  Wow, FIVE years.  I blew threw a lot of jobs in that first three years, learned what I loved in a job, met so many great people, built deep true "grown-up" friendships, not to sound cliche but I "found myself" in a way - grew up as much as I could through board service, volunteering, mentoring, new hobbies, arts, cultures, big city life, and on and on.  

Now I have the job I felt I was always destined to find - the one that uses every last ounce of my talents, that challenges me every day to be better than I was yesterday - true Job Love.  And to truly do my job to the best of my abilities, I'm better off in Lincoln.  I'm packing up my millions of books and cookbooks (it's really all I have packed right now) and heading back - closer to home. 

Change is good, right? 

-Justine