Hello all. This blog is a learning project for me, and so today I am making a few little changes with what I have learned from reading everyone else’s blogs and from much appreciated blogging advice.
I started this project, not sure what to call it – so I started with “Just a Number” and some other random numbers assigned by WordPress on my free plan! I went to buy the domain for Justanumber.com but it was sold apparently, so I had to think of something that still suited me.
As my name is Lillie, and I enjoy Daylilies, and I TRY (but don’t always) to post everyday, and my blog is about everyday things, I hope that you will like Everyday Lillie, as the domain is now everydaylillie.com
I hope that you will continue to visit and comment, and let me know what else you think I should do differently! I will try to change the headings and so on in the next few days, if possible.
So welcome to everydaylillie.com
9 thoughts on “Blog Name Change”
I think you should do what you think is a good fit for yourself. I love Daylilies as well.
Thank you James!
No problem Lillie.
Now look what you started, I’m thinking of a daylily flower, shredded with nasturtium leaves in a salad wholemeal sandwich, with grated vegan cheese and salad cream. Roll on summer and I suppose I best get up and have some breakfast.
Sounds wonderful and Summery! It’s wintery here – so your floral meal was inspiring. Hope you had a wonderful breakfast!
Oops! I had to rush out and forgot breakfast. I drank coffee and ate later, which is something I really do NOT recommend. It’s so not good for the body, but sometimes needs must. Life doesn’t have a script, even if you keep a calendar on the wall or a diary on your desk. The wonder of life is in the changes of the seasons or those changes of plan that are either chosen or just happen. <- even changes of name to Lillie, as long as it's not Lilo Lill from the series Bread.
Yum! Sounds wonderful, and summery. It’s cold and snowy here and I’m dreaming of plants sprouting. Have a nice breakfast.
I’ve been running a custom domain address for some years, rather than a free one, and have just bought another 2 years, but I recently realised that once I stop paying for it then my blog is likely to disappear. Wondering whether to revert to a free domain again. Don’t know the answer.
I’m not sure of the answer to that one. You would think that there would be a way of backing it all up and taking it back to a free plan, but I guess you might lose followers, likes and features. That’s definitely something to think about though! Thanks for the comment!