Afresh, anew

It started with correcting the *&^%!#@ HTML errors that Blogger was throwing at me. After weeks of trying this and that, I finally wrote in utter desperation to Vin of Blogdoctor asking him what to do. His quick solution was a simple “Don’t copy-paste directly from Word.”

Nectar, those words!

The next two hours I spent re-publishing every post on my blog (that was the only time I didn’t curse myself for not posting regularly). Once done, I was feeling so fresh that I wanted to erase all memories of those painful, unformatted days. So I picked a new template, pulled out whatever I had in my kitchen and took a few pictures. 10 intense Picasa moments later, this is what I had.

What do you think of My Jhola’s new look?

Comments (4)

  1. Nandita May 14, 2009 at 4:49 am

    Hey Saee!!
    New space looks very nice 🙂 How is life treating you?
    I’m moving back to India (YAY!!!) will call/facebook you when I get there!
    Love,
    Nandita

  2. Anjali May 14, 2009 at 9:25 am

    Saee I loved the new look and the yin and yang. One suggestion if you don’t mind, trim the picture a bit from top and bottom. Also increase the size of the border(container) for the picture.

    Wow and look at you cooking up all the goodies, mango phirni, and the sasav yum. I am tempted to try the sweet and sour veggies.

    BTW my Dad studied for his Yoga Therapist certification from KD lonavala. He has been practicing since late 1960s and was honorary at KD chowpatty. He is also one of the founder members of MAH Govt yoga kendra at Nariman point.That was his parallel career. Just felt like sharing:. Yet I am the black sheep;)

  3. Kevin May 14, 2009 at 3:01 pm

    Looks good! I really like the spices and herbs header!

  4. Saee Koranne-Khandekar May 15, 2009 at 4:29 am

    Nandu: Yaay!

    Anjali: I will definitely implement those suggestions the moment I figure out how to :p. And your dad is a KD instructor? Wow! My mum used to go to the Chowpatty branch–maybe he trained her sometime! It’s a small world!

    Kevin: Thank you!

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