Experience designer, gif lover, coffee drinker, internet inhabitant.

I’m not sure how big the intersection of Teen Wolf and nail art fans on Tumblr is, but there’s gotta be at least one other person excited about this polish out there! Fandom Cosmetics has polish collections for most of the popular fandoms, so even in Teen Wolf isn’t your thing (I understand, I guess) you’ll probably find a polish you love. 

Oh, and the name of that first polish above? Sterek. Oh the feels.

Meet Miss Venn: all about my new lifestyle blog & what to expect from this space http://missvenn.com/making-my-own-safe-space/

Meet Miss Venn: all about my new lifestyle blog & what to expect from this space http://missvenn.com/making-my-own-safe-space/


This one isn’t very good but I was so distracted by how much I love Mason and Braeden that it was hard to pay attention

I’ve been a Tumblr user and lover since 2007. That’s a long time! It’s still a wonderful platform, one I plan to continue blogging with, but it feels like time to own my brain a bit more.

That’s where Miss Venn comes in, I guess. That’s a little WordPress blog that I’ve spent the last few weeks getting read to share with the world. Miss Venn is basically Venn 2.0, with a snazzy new logo and name and look and everything. You’ll find content just like what I post here, but with more of my own content (less reblogs!) and more lifestyle-y type stuff. I’ve blogged there for a short while in secret and am really digging WordPress 3.9. Finding and customizing a theme plus finding the right plugins kept me busy for a few days which was both fun and a good mental stretch. The last time I used WordPress it was slow and clunky, but it’s so much better now! The full screen writing mode is glorious (especially when paired with Chrome’s presentation mode) and I’m loving how the tiled gallery feature in Jetpack works.

If Tumblr offered paid plans with solid backups and exports this might not feel quite so necessary. I’m guessing the Yahoo acquisition took that off the table. I happily would have paid to ensure my data remained mine and wasn’t used for advertising or “engagement”, which seems to be the direction their team is heading in. Oh we’ll, it’s no use crying over spilt startups.

Now, don’t get me wrong, Tumblr is still a happy place for me. The Tumblr community is full of super nice people who post wonderful content all day long. I plan to continue posting there perhaps with more regularity, though definitely with less purpose. This blog will hopefully become a place full of random gifs, random pretty things, and social justice rage, the way a Tumblr should be. Anyway, I’m still tinkering here and deciding what I want these spaces to be, so be prepared for changes.

Want to keep up with Miss Venn? You can subscribe to the feed or follow on Bloglovin’. I’ll probably cross-post much of what’s written there (like this introduction!) here as well.

Hope you enjoy Miss Venn as much as I’ve enjoyed making it!