Hello hello to all of you lovely readers. I have some really exciting and important news today! For the past couple of months I have been working on a completely new design for this blog, one with cool features, a better layout and general hot girl factor. I am so happy with how it’s turned out and I’m now finally ready to launch.
It’s still a work in progress as I am yet to move all of my recipes over, but to make up for it I’ve posted a couple of new recipes on the new space and have a few more to come that I won’t be posting on here. That’s enough incentive, right?! However if you’re looking for my old recipes fear not – I plan on getting everything updated soon and after this week I will have more time to do so, which brings me onto the next bit of news I have…. I’m leaving my job to try my hand at freelance food and travel writing, recipe development and occasional cake baking adventures. So Thyme & Honey will be getting a lot more love. So how does this news affect you? The new design means that I have moved away from WordPress and onto Squarespace, but the web address will stay the same. The only difference is that this blog will revert back to the original wordpress.com blog address. If you’ve bookmarked http://www.thymeandhoney.co.uk, and have already subscribed with your email address then you don’t have to do anything. You’ll see the new site design and still receive recipes and posts via email. Hurrah! If you follow me via the WordPress Reader then sadly you will no longer see new posts to Thyme & Honey. Sniff sniff. BUT there is a simple solution for this! Step 1) Go to http://www.thymeandhoney.co.uk and bookmark it to your favourites or what not. Then – Step 2) Subscribe via email by using the subscription tool on the left hand side – this will mean you’ll receive new posts and recipes and travel stories and photography. EASY! Subscribe to Thyme & Honey by Email
I hope that you’ll love the new design as much as I do, and I look forward to welcoming you with recipes and banter galore.
Thank you for the wonderful years on WordPress – but as they say… onwards and upwards!