Change is good and bad at same time. I have spent a week now trying to move to my new blog, but it is flattering hard. What made it to look easy now is that I still have my old blog. Therefore, both the old and the new blogs are intertwined, yet they are two different blogs. I have written so much about this experience. It is so surreal I can tell you that right now.
Now I will need some help, and suggestions to keep the blog running. I will start posting on my new blog as soon as I have alerted some people. There is lots of confusion going on now. My old blog has now been directed to Noaefame.com. I found out today that every one of my outside readers who typed Noaefame.word-press was directed to Noaefame.com including myself. I was directed to my new blog (Noaefame.com) even when I posted it on my old blog Nakanno1.word press.com
Change is scary for people like me. Anyone who has moved a blog at some point will relate to this. I am happy to accept the challenges that will come with it. I have never had too much crash- course like I have had in one week. I know it will be okay. It is a humbling experience. The good news is that if worse comes to worst, I still have my old blog to rely on. I appreciate all of you that brought that to my attention. I am working so hard to keep everything working.I will like any suggestions that can help me during this transition. I am like my Dad, honest, opinionated, and kind “How about that”.
Please I will keep updating my blog until everything finalizes. Like I said, I am still here. I want to make sure that I am still somehow connected or be able to see all the people I am following too and those that are following me . In two weeks , I will be doing different things that I may have never done before, like writing articles. I love you all.I am trying so hard to communicate, but I cannot do it alone. I hope to also learn quickly on sending out tips to all the people that will benefit from them. I have been given so much and I am ready to give back.
Thank you all for understanding.