I'm thinking about moving Adventures of a Part-Time Wheeler to Wordpress, but I want some opinions. I like the post format better through Blogger, but Wordpress would allow people to subscribe to my posts. Another perk is that since I've been blogging with Fierce Freethinking Fatties, I already have an account there and the organization would be easier on my pain-addled brain.
What do you all think? Stay with Blogger or go with Wordpress?
Photo description: a selfie taken in front of a rectangular mirror in a laundry room. My body is only visible from neck to ankles. I'm wearing a black waist-length cardigan with a royal blue and sky blue polka dotted empire waist dress. Black leggings are visible underneath the dress. This dress was actually my second garment from Gwynnie Bee, a clothing subscription service geared for sizes 10-28. Because I had a free garment for getting a referral credit, I accidentally had this in two colors at the same time (whoops!). This was my first attempt at wearing an empire waist in a non-stretch fabric and I'm in love with this cut on my body. Even though I was in quite a bit of pain that day, I felt dolled up and adorable!
Photo description: a standing selfie taken in an office bathroom with stalls. My hair is pulled back, with clear glasses, large circular earrings, and a brass forearm crutch. I'm wearing a camel colored collarless blazer with a brown multi toned tea length dress.
This blazer and dress combo was another outfit from Gwynnie Bee. I was having a really rough pain day (hence the pulled back & somewhat greasy hair), but I was trying to compensate by looking pretty. This dress got a lot of compliments at work! It was also decently comfortable, although the arms on the blazer were a little snug. It also came with a decorative belt, but my spine said "no" to anything sitting firmly near my cyborg bits.
So far, I'm pretty happy with Gwynnie Bee...I just wish I could have more control of what garments come at what time, but it's been satisfying my desire to shop but keeps me to a better budget with the membership cost (free to try with this link, then starts at $35 per month depending on how many garments at a time you have).
One of these days I'll have an OOTD (outfit of the day) with my wheelchair. Because my office and campus as a whole aren't particularly wheelchair accessible, I've been toughing it out with my crutch and pain meds.