Social Media T.I.P.P. A Banner And A Logo

It’s just a logo.  That is what I kept telling myself as I surfed through the net trying to get ideas.  Deciding on a logo and banner could very well been one of the hardest things I have done to date for my website.  Once again, it’s about the ”only child syndrome” I claim is the root of all my issues. 

Whether my indecisiveness was due to having “only child syndrome” or simply an attention issue, it didn’t matter.  I still changed my color scheme twice a day.  Starting with a blank slate, I added hints of lilac, then switched to turquoise and red, back to lilac and even added a few other colors every so often.  This had to stop.  I could not continue changing the look and feel of my website.  We, my website and I,  want to be around for a very long time.  Hence, it was time to make a decision and get a logo.  Something people would associate my site with. 

A few weeks ago, it was in the works.  My grand logo.  The poor designer sent me 5 proofs.  I chose one.  She sent me the final proof.  I switched the colors.  Still unsure how she came up with something I would like based on the original email I sent her describing what I wanted, she did.  Clearly, like me, she is genius ;)   Funny thing is, she is an Etsy find.  Her store… FreshLavenderDesigns.  Her style… Perfect for an indecisive woman like me.

My banner was just in time too!  I have been NOMINATED!  TOP 25 TECH MOM BLOGGERS FOR 2012!!!  Take a moment and click on this link to vote for me!

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