Moving On

After careful consideration I have decided it's time for me to move on.  I will be dropping the esotericallyspeaking name.  It has served me well over the years, but it's time for a change. When I began the process of moving my blog to brianhimes.com I thought I might choose this course, but it's hard to let something go that has been a part of your life for almost 3 years.  It's tough moving on and I'm a little sad to see the name go. 
 
I have decided to make the change simply because I no longer have need for a clever name.  When I began this blog I wanted to keep my thoughts private and only reveal them to a select few.  Well, things changed pretty early on and word got out. Everyone knew it was me, so I gave in and revealed myself promoting the blog more openly.  At that point the name no longer served a purpose, but I kept it, thinking it provided at least a little anonymity. I held on to that delusion for a while; but now, I feel it's mearly a source for confusion. What does it mean?  What's the blog about?  Why do you call your blog that? Where is your blog again?  I think brianhimes.com will be a little easier to remember and make a lot more sense to everyone. 
 
If you link to this blog, I ask that you please change your link to brianhimes.com
 
If you read this blog through a feed please use http://feeds.feedburner.com/brianhimes or http://feeds.brianhimes.com/brianhimes.com
 
I will be shutting down the esotericallyspeaking feed in the next few days.  If I do the move correctly, I understand that you will be redirected for a short time and then asked to update to the new address.  Hopefully I won't loose anyone in the process. 
 
Thank you, my faithful readers.  While I may be changing the name, rest assured that I will continue to bring you the same poor quality writing and hair-brained thoughts you have enjoyed over the years. 

Published by Brian

Christian, husband, father, Pepperdine alum, marketing account manager and more. Passionate about music, movies, religion, communication, nonprofits and the Lakers.

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