Bower Power is a mess. A hot hard-to-navigate-good-luck-finding-anything-on-your-own kinda mess. And it’s driving me crazy. Totally nuts. A very select few of you have read the archived posts…ten thousand points to you. A couple (like maybe four of you…hi mom…and grandparents…and inlaws) have been around long enough to have read from the beginning. And the rest? Well, you joined the party along the way…some more recently than others. So I can only imagine that 99% of you reading this probably don’t realize that there is a gold mine of projects in this blog. (ok ok…gold mine might be a little exaggeratory….more like salt mine but you get the point).
And if you read far enough back…like from yesterday….you’ll know that one of my goals was to infuse a little more organization in my spaces. Bower Power is a space that I spend significant time in 🙂 So for the past week I’ve been working really really late (yawn4ameverynight) to try to create a Project Catalog for you guys. I have the past two years and a few months cataloged already and hope to be adding more soon.
How do you access this plethora of projecty funness? Click on “Project Catalog” in the header navigation bar and it will bring you to the Project Catalog menu. There are different catagories of projects – everything from arts & crafts to photography to DIY posts. All of the past projects (like I said – from the past couple years), are in one of those bad boy categories. You can click on any of the photos or on the ‘click for more’ button to see all the posts in that category.
Oh and if you scroll over the photo, a little caption describing that post pops up…so you know exactly what to expect 🙂
Right now there is only eight categories…hopefully in the future, I can add more but it’s a good start and those 8 sections do cover the majority of posts that I have published. Wish me luck as I try to tackle the other 28 months I have left! Oh and happy clicking!
p.s. For all you other bloggers, I used the Catablog plugin to create the Project Catalog and so far, so good. What do you have?