Finished up alittle behind-the-scenes work that will make browsing the blog that much easier. If you haven’t noticed yet the categories are now archived in thumbnail form. This make for a much more user-friendly navigation – I always dreaded clicking the ‘back’ button at the bottom of each page endlessly. Now you can pick and chose what you want to view, and I can easily access content for reference.
I have to say I love the look of them! Yes, the coding was intense, but I think the end result is worth it. The blog is part of my body of work, and I want to show it off! I might re-arrange the categories as times goes on and new content emerges, but for now the result makes searching easier and less waiting and frustration on my readers end as well.
Heading back to school soon? Whether your a student or just need more organization on the job a sturdy notebook will come in handy. It cuts down on the mess of to-do lists and meetings are just easier when you can reference back to something you jotted down in your book (I’m doubly aware of this!).
I’ve come across some cute options I wouldn’t mind using in my day to day. Whether on the call with a client and need to take notes, or want to jot down a blog post idea as it comes to mind, having everything in one place vs. scattered throughout a variety of paper and digital devices is definitely appealing lately.
Pick one up for the dog lover in your life as a gift, or stock up before school starts. I’m mildly obsessed with these options…
The latest goings-on in the pet industry, summarized below:
Amazing pet products sales on One Kings Lane
Frock Files Recounts How To Stay Sane During Puppy’s First Year.
Waggo’s NYC Dog Lover’s Guide Covers Upper Manhattan. Love Shake Shack!
Life On the West Coast? Top 22 Dog-Friendly Vacations.
A Funny Collection of Cats Sitting Awkwardly.
If you’re looking to make a dent in your reading list this summer, Travels With Casey: My Journey Through Our Dog-Crazy Country should be on your list. Through self-deprecating humor and a real journalistic approach to traveling with his lab, the author gives you a sentimental look at the dog-human relationship that is so familiar to many of us.
From dog-wielding hitchhikers, K-9 cops, pet psychics, gay cowboys, and “Dog Whisperer” Cesar Millan, journey into what it’s like owning a dog in modern day America.
Want more book recommendations? Check these out.