Rejuvenaction is rejuvenated

As said in my previous post, I have been doing some work on Rejuvenaction to make it more usable and useful. I updated the vast majority of the articles belonging to the section formerly known as Advocacy, I changed the theme to something more readable (what was I thinking when I chose the previous one?), and I put up a facebook page as well. New posts will automatically show up there as well as on my twitter account, so feel free to follow me there if you wish. Another novelty is that now comments are allowed everywhere on the website to encourage discussion, and if I’ll have to put up with a few trolls because of it, so be it.

Until now, Rejuvenaction has been a rather silent website because of a number of reasons, particularly some changes going on in my life. I’m not going to bother you with the details; suffices it to say I dropped what I was doing because it wasn’t making me happy, and now I’m trying to make my way in the world as a writer.

For a while, I thought I would close down this blog and delegate rejuvenation advocacy and matters to my other blog, looking4troubles, which I opened recently. Since it’s an all-purpose personal blog, I thought it’d be more likely to bring new people to join the cause of rejuvenation,  but then I decided to give Rejuvenaction a second chance, especially since now I have much more time to dedicate to it. Hopefully, I’ll be able to keep my almost-middle-of-the-year resolution and post regularly.

There probably will be more updates to Rejuvenaction, but no more disappearing pages and dramatic layout changes.

Stay tuned,


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