Taking the Plunge

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You research. You consider. You weigh your options. But, at some point, you just have to go for it.

That can be scary. Like jumping off the high dive for the first time.

Whether you're deciding to support a missionary, start a new venture, select next year's homeschooling curriculum, or move your blog... there comes the moment where you have to commit. You could always stop writing checks, decide to give up, return your materials, or revert to your old site--but that initial leap feels so final.

And then you have to adjust to the new thing.

Hopefully you didn't even notice that we moved the Sonlight Blog yesterday. I'd been putting that off for weeks. I struggled to make sure I had everything working. Now I settle in for the long process of getting used to the new system. But I'm excited about all the changes we've made.

Much like jumping off the high diving board, when you hit the water, you discover it was worth it.

What have you been putting off? How do you like the "new" blog?

 ~Luke Holzmann
Filmmaker, Writer, Empty Nester

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3 Comments

  1. Warren Baldwin

    Your new blog looks very good. Hope it's running smoothly for you. Right now I'm having all kinds of problems with blogger.

  2. The Reader

    I like the look, and no, didn't notice the shift. I am, however, in process of thinking about moving mine, due to blogger issues. Ugh. Great job getting it moved smoothly over!

  3. Warren, yeah, I've been experiencing some of the same problems with Blogger. I still love that format--as I've been using it for many years now in my various blog projects. This new setup still has its bugs, but things seem to be going well. Thanks!

    Thanks, Reader. May your transition--should you choose to make it--be a smooth one.

    ~Luke