Greetings, and welcome to the newest incarnation of this thing that, for the lack of a better word, we shall call my personal blog. Keeping a regularly updated personal blog has never been one of my strong points, but nevertheless, when I decided to shatter my previous blog into smaller units to be able to make a clear distinction between the various things I had rather unwisely gathered in the same place, a section for a personal blog somehow sneaked its way into the plans anyway. And here we are now.
Previously, I had a lot of different things stuffed inside one single blog. There were the old photographs that I collect, and a book blog, containing entries in both English and Finnish. There were posts about planners and journal keeping, and posts about my life in general. In short, it was a mess. For the convenience of everyone, I decided to take the blog apart and separate these things as their own entities. The old photographs have moved under a blog named Sepia, and the book blog (in Finnish) can now be found under the name Luettujen luutarha. The other things that were previously featured might also get their own homes sooner or later.
My Life in Glorious Monochrome is meant to house the things related to me and my life in general that do now fit in with the concepts of these other blogs. These things can be expected to include, for example, travel diaries, recollections of past events, general musings and introducing nifty things that I have lately come across. Nothing too personal, but things that I hope might interest others – maybe only those who happen to know me personally, but still. I’m also thinking about including something about my passion for creative writing in here. This blog will most likely not be the most active one of my blogs. New posts will happen every now and then, I’m sure, but, knowing myself, I can’t promise any sort of regular updates.
For more information about me, Macabrelm (or Elm for short), head this way.
Feel free to comment on the posts if you have something to add or just want to say hi. I won’t bite!