Do you like things to stay the same or do you enjoy change every once in awhile or do you embrace constant changes as progress?
I've never been one to like a lot of change. I guess I go with the old saying, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it."
It seems to me that when I get use to the way something works, it gets improved and then I have to learn all over again. Two examples come to mind.
I use Firefox as my browser. I've always liked the way it works and I could find things easily on the tool bar. I downloaded the new and improved version this week and the tool bar is completely different. There's nothing wrong with the new version and in fact, once I get use to it, I'll probably like it better than the older version. But I'm having to learn where everything is again.
The other thing, I downloaded the newest version of Adobe and it's completely different. Guess I shouldn't have upgraded two programs at one time.
I mention all of this to ask your opinion on something. I've been thinking about changing my blog layout and design. I want it to be easy to access and read. I don't want it to be too cluttered, but there's a lot of things I want to share with you. One of the biggest drawbacks I've found is I can't add tabs to this layout. I've added pages and the links to those are on the left sidebar.
I'm not an author or have a WIP so I don't have anything of my own to promote. I would, however, like for the blog to represent what I do here - share my book reviews, host authors so they can tell about their writing, and just ramble about everyday happenings from time to time.
What do you think? Does this layout and design work for you? Is the type large enough to read? What recommendations would you make? I'd love to hear your comments. I might not always get a chance to comment back, but I do read each and every comment and appreciate them all more than you know. So what are your thoughts?