I sincerely hope you are staying sane, staying safe and staying well this period. The past few weeks have been overwhelming, what with everything that has been happening in the world. Please continue to pray, continue to support what is right and feel free to disconnect from the internet when you feel inundated with all the information.
A quick update on some things this blog and I have been up to this period. I recently acquired the domain name callmeajala.com (yay!!). No need to pinch yourself, it’s real. Click on the link and see for yourself. Now I know you will say, but why does it still read WordPress at the end? Well, there is another aspect known as the hosting; I had no initial clue about it. Thank God for my friends Efe and Alex (alexandrazion.com) that helped me and explained things to me. For more information on web hosting, you can visit WP beginner blog. I am currently working on it, and it should be sorted out as soon as possible.
I also conducted a survey for CallMeAjala.com in order to improve things and people responded amazingly. I got a lot of constructive feedback and most of them will be implemented as time goes on. The most common comment I got was to release blog posts consistently, with most people picking the biweekly option. I have heard your pleas and I will do as the people say. Thank you very much to everyone who responded; this was extremely helpful. Stay tuned for the upgrades!
Finally, my colleague and I are organizing a set of 2-day training sessions on graphic design and writing which are slated to hold on June 20-21, 2020 and June 27-28, 2020. The graphics class will be on logo design and poster design while the writing class will be about writing essays. If you are interested in any of the classes, please register using this link. I believe that these will be of immense benefit to you or someone you know.
This is an unusually short post with no pictures, so stay prepared for the next one. I promise to begin posting biweekly, and I am so excited for where this Ajala journey is headed! Cheers to new and positive change!
P.S: If you have comments on what can be done better about the blog or what you want to see, please drop them in the comment section below!
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Till next time,