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Shiny new Feminista

And no, it's not from the free cosmetics that are in my Blogalicious swag bag.

If you are reading me at my blog, you see that my template has changed. I believe that I'll need to tweak things here and there, so if you see any issues, just do let me know.

Hopefully this new template does what I want it to do thou.

Thanks!

Comments

Dancinghotdogs said…
I have become really charged since the Blogalicious conference too! I feel like I can do anything and I have blogger friends (like you) who is going to help me.

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