So, The Small Things Blog is getting a makeover. 

Let me put it in terms you may understand: this ain’t just a trim.

This is full color, highlights, bangs, and taking about 9 inches off the bottom. 

Here’s what YOU need to know: nothing. Nothing is changing as far as the URL  or twitter or Facebook or anything like that. You can still type in into your browser and you’ll be directed to my site. 

It’s going to look different though. No wild and crazy colors, because well. . . c’mon. . . but it will be better organized, perhaps easier to find certain posts, and I will have a much MUCH better way for you to find hair tutorials. 

Since it’s a pretty major overhaul, there may be a bit of tweaking that needs to happen once the site is redesigned and live. So, if things look weird, bear with me. If links go to the wrong place, I probably know about it already. You are, of course, more than welcome to comment and notify me of anything you see. 

In other news, I’m really excited about attending The Brand Market on Saturday in Raleigh. This is a one-day mini-conference that you can read all about here! I always enjoy meeting other bloggers and business owners, so I think it will be a fun time.

I hope you have a wonderful weekend! See you back here with a fresh face lift on Monday! 


  1. says

    love love LOVE reading your blog each day! I was wondering if you would consider doing a post where you share some tips on becoming a hairdresser/ some things we should know before going into that field. :)

  2. Stephanie says

    I love the new design of your blog. I wanted to let you know how much your hair tutorials have helped me to excel at updo’s. I have been a booth-rental hairstylist for 12 years and, while my specialty is cut and color, I was never comfortable with updo’s. Watching your tutorials have added a new layer to my business and have taught me more than any class I’ve taken. Thank you and keep up the great work!

  3. Lauren says

    Love the new layout! I don’t know if this is just me and my terrible eyes, but the color of the font now is much harder to read (better on the posts, the comments are very very light).

  4. Kim says

    I’m so excited about the “re-do” because I have become totally addicted! Today, Monday April 28, 2014 I do find some changes, but the new font / color scheme is not so great on my 40 (+) eyes :( I really can’t see my own typing…Are there still changes in the works? THANKS! You’re awesome!

  5. tiffany says

    i am loving the new look! i think it’s a bit more “grown up”/cleaner & how perfect to go with how your blog has grown over the years :)

  6. says

    oohhh!! I love it!! I love how clean everything looks and the design, although updated is still so you!!! I have spent the past few weeks setting up a blog on a word press platform and the learning curve can be pretty steep (I had never blogged before), did you switch over?
    I have to say that although I am not much of a hair or beauty person, i have read your blog religiously since I found you on Pinterest about 3 years ago! I love your stories and the way you write, I just wanted to say thanks for being you!! You are one of my inspiration bloggers. :)
    Thanks again!!
    Ashley @ LeavingTheRut

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