My transition to WordPress

For a long time, I resisted making the transition from Blogger to WordPress. Then when I started having issues with Blogger, I made up my mind to do it. However, as you know, I’m technically challenged. Sure, I’ve been blogging for 4+ years, but that doesn’t mean I’m confident with my limited html skills. With the help of Brent, all of my posts were transferred. Nothing was lost.  Relief!  Well, except that I was lost.  Now what?

Through a couple of blog friends, I met “Aimee” {and Erin and JP} from  I simply told her what I was looking for…things I didn’t know how to do. I could not have done it alone. Working with the byAimee team set my mind at ease as they patiently listened to my questions, concerns and wishes and accomplished what I couldn’t. I didn’t know where to begin. It was like having someone hold my hand through a complicated move. She’s not only a design genius, she’s crafty AND working on another fun new site too!  You’ll want to visit byAimee to read all about it…I promise – things you’ll definitely want to check out!

What you’ll find at

A LOT of services including web design, graphic design, consulting and even SEO and writing help! The byAimee blog has a lot of helpful tips and interesting information too. I’m loving the new WordPress Wednesday series. So…if you’re a WordPress user or beginner or wanting more information on transitioning to WP, pop over to see how the byAimee team can help you.  🙂

Disclaimer: I was not paid for this post. I just wanted to share my experience of moving to WordPress with you. 

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