How many times do you change your blogs theme or design? I just got a new design a few weeks ago over at my mom blog http://lifefrommylaptop.com but last night I got an itch to also change the theme to make it cleaner. So, the new theme is now up too.
Are you like me a frequent changer? How many times do you/have you changed your theme?
When I started back in August, I changed my banner every month to reflect the holiday/event for the month. The one I have now is not holiday specific so I've had it up for 2 months now. I really like it so far and haven't gotten the urge to change it.
I'm a frequent changer. It kinda works with my moods. I just recently posted a slideshow with all my headers in the past 3.5 months. I really like the current one, so I *may* keep it through the summer.
I have changed my theme only one time, about two months ago, to what I currently have and that is where I will stay for now. I might change within the next year, but I will keep the same header as that has become my logo so to speak.
I changed mine at least four time before I was finally happy with it. I did it all myself too which I think is another reason why I like it better now than any premade one. I'm especially proud of the header I made.. lol
I have changed my page 3 times.
It's funny how I can be going along, doing my thing day-after-day, than one day I look at the blog and say "This isn't like me at all!?! " Then I start looking for a change.
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