After nearly 3.5 years of blogging, I hit my limit on free space at I will say that I still recommend the platform for anyone who wants an easy entry into blogging. However, I was also super excited to move May As Well Event to it’s own domain/home.

Blogging for me has totally been a labor of love. The entire community helped me find myself in eventing, find my tribe in KY, and keep believing in my little yellow horse.

I hope you all bear with me as I launch this new platform. I know some data still needs to be migrated over, and I clearly haven’t finished building out my recommended blog list. That being said, if anyone has any tips or tricks, let me hear them!

This Post Has 5 Comments

  1. Laurie

    Happy not to loose my May updates!

  2. emma

    hey fyi not sure what all happened in the migration but your posts stopped updating on my feedly / blog list after your “jumping in the dark” post. i just sorta randomly clicked through and saw that you’ve been active since then without any updates pushing through the feeds. i’ll see if i can tinker with the feeds to fix it on my end, but might be worth checking on too so folks know about the change!

    1. Emily - May As Well Event

      ugh annoying! I think everyone has to just make a new link to it… I have it linked through feedly and that is working, but I had to link it through the new website. Not smart enough to know how to connect the two…

      Thanks for the heads up!

  3. L. Williams

    Ack you moved when I was on my honeymoon and your blog disappeared from my feedly D: Thanks for commenting on my blog today so I could find you again!

    1. Emily - May As Well Event

      Ah! The transition did… not go as smoothly as I had hoped. Glad you found us again!

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