New Week, New Name, New Look

 

Happy Monday, my friends!

If you’ve been hanging around these parts for a while, you may notice something new; I’m re-branding the blog.

I mentioned this a couple weeks ago in my newsletter. [Sign up HERE if you aren’t on my email newsletter.] For about year, the name “High-Heeled Love” hasn’t quite felt comfortable as my brand name. The focus of my content has shifted through the last few years, and I wanted to be more personally branded.

So, this month I’ve been shifting my social media and such to my name: Aubrey E. Shaw. Please feel free to stop by and say hello.

And today, we debut the blog’s new look. Though “High-Heeled Love” isn’t completely gone. It takes time to make all the updates after blogging under the former name since 2009. I hope that you enjoy the new look, but rest assured that the content isn’t making dramatic changes.

Though “High-Heeled Love” isn’t completely gone. It takes time to make all the updates after blogging under the former name since 2009.

I hope that you enjoy the new look, but rest assured that the content isn’t making dramatic changes. I’ll still be sharing my favorite topics:

  • Happiness
  • Productivity
  • Relationships
  • Habit Building
  • Financial Peace Updates
  • Friday Confessional

And there will still be plenty of healthy doses of coffee, wine, and puppies. But I also want to hear from you. Please feel free to drop me an email [aubrey@high-heeledlove.com] to tell me what you’ve enjoyed about the blog and what you’d like to see more (or less) of in the future.

 

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