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Families Again
Sunday, 1 January 2012
Families Again has Moved!
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Families Again has moved!

I'm sorry for any inconvenience, but Families Again has moved to a new blog provider. The new Families Again blog can be found at http://familiesagain.blogspot.com. Just click here to go to the new blog automatically. Thanks for stopping by!

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Posted by tink38570 at 9:35 PM CST
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Today is a Sad Day
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Yes, today is the last day  that I'm going to post daily on my old Angelfire Families Again blog. It really has been a good blog. It is served me well since I first started blogging  way back  in October of 2008. I remember the first couple of months that I blogged.  I had just been through a very trying time in my life and in my ministry. I was searching for something that would serve as an outlet for me. I noticed that an online friend of mine had taken up blogging. At that time she was using Angelfire. Blogging had intrigued me for a couple of years.  I really didn't know a whole lot about it, how to start a blog, or what to write. But, I needed an outlet and blogging seemed to fit. So, since the only blogging platform than I knew about was Angelfire,  I signed up and started a blog. Back then there really weren't many blog designs that would fit men but, when I saw the refrigerator design, it reminded me of a ride at Disney World, The Carousel of Progress. The man of the house always seemed to be in the kitchen. His living room had been taken over by family members watching  TV and he had no place to go. So, he ended up in the there. The kitchen always seemed to be the place where my family gathered as well and, since my blog was going to be called Families Again, the kitchen seemed to be the perfect place for me as well.

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I'll miss the old green refrigerator. It has served me well for over three years. But, just as kitchen appliances need to be updated,  so did my blog. The Angelfire platform is hopelessly outdated  and I really need to do more with my blog that Angelfire could provide.  So, after inquiring  about other blog platforms, I decided to make the switch to blogger/blogspot and start a new Families Again blog.. I'd experimented with blogger//blogspot before and really enjoyed it so the switch wasn't that hard to make. This past month and a half I've spent  designing and changing things over to my new blog.. As much as I'll miss Angelfire, I have really enjoyed working on my new blog and I really like the look. I think it will serve me well  in the months and years to come. Oh, I'm sure, from time to time, I'll revisit my old Angelfire Families Again  blog and may post something new, but those times will be few and far between.. From now on all of my main posts will be on my new Families Again blog.. If you haven't visited my new Families Again blog all you have to do is click here or on any one of the highlighted links above.  If any of you have been so kind as to add five blog to your favorites don't forget to visit the new blog save that one to your favorites  and delete the old Angelfire address. You can also follow my new blog using  GFC (Google Friend Connect), NetworkedBlogs, or other popular blog following devices. All choices are found in the right-hand column of my new blog.

Thank you, my readers, for all of the joy that you've given me these past three years. I hope that you had a wonderful Christmas, and I'm praying that we all have a blessed 2012. I have many great plans for my new blog in the coming year  I hope that you will all be part of it.

Until Tomorrow,

Tim

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Friday, 30 December 2011
And the countdown is down to...
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Wednesday, 28 December 2011
New Year's Resolutions or New Year's Goals?
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A couple of days ago I wrote a post on my New Year's resolutions. One of my readers commented that she doesn't  make new years resolutions she makes New Year's goals. What she does is make monthly goals and then blog about them.. Her readers are her accountability partners.  I kind of like that idea. Since my blog is switching to a new blog platform I've been thinking about making some changes to it anyway.. I'm thinking about setting goals at the beginning of the month and then commenting on my progress on a certain day every week. Maybe on the first Monday of the month I'll set my goals and then on each Monday after that I'll give an update as to how I'm doing.

One of my main goals this year is going to be eating right, exercising, and reducing stress. I hate stress. Unfortunately though,  it's all around us. There's stress and our families. There is stress on our jobs. There is even stress and things of theirs not supposed to be stress in..  Just today I went through a stressful situation that had to do with one of my stress outlets. Last week the stressful situation had to do with ministry.

I think that a healthier lifestyle, along with one of my other New Year's goals, reading the Bible,  will really help me reduce my stress.. I'm looking forward to setting goals,  blogging about, and conversing with you all about ways to eat healthier and lead a healthier lifestyle. Hey,  maybe I'll even start a meme  – I think I fill my creative juices flowing. Who knows what will come of this?  So, what do you think? Should I start a goal setting meme? Or,  does anyone know of  a goal setting meme me that's already in existence?  Let me know which you think. We could be each other's accountability partners!

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Tuesday, 27 December 2011
Let the Countdown Begin!
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No, not the New Year's Countdown, the New Blog Countdown.

Oh, I've been blogging on my new Families Again blog - http://familiesagain.blogspot.com/ -  for about a month now, but I've also posted on my old Families Again blog - http://tink38570.angelfire.com/familiesagain/ . Well, come January 1, that will all end. I will officially be a one blog person again. My blogspot blog will be the only blog on which I blog daily. Oh, I'll probably visit my other blog occasionally, but it's really time to say "Goodbye" to it. It has given me many great years of blogging. Really, I will miss it, but it has an outdated platform and Blogspot is up to date and looks really nice.

If you haven't been over to see the new blog yet, please do! Again, the address is -  http://familiesagain.blogspot.com/ . The name is still the same - Families Again, and the content hasn't changed (although I'm sure some of you wish it would!). If you subscribe to my blog using NetworkedBlogs, Google Friend Connect, or somethng else, and you are still getting feeds to the old, green, refrigerator blog, then please let me know and I'll work on the problem right away. If you haven't subscribed to my blog yet, then please do. Just make sure you're on my new blog and then subscribe using one of the methods in the left had column.

And now, let the countdown begin!

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