christmas card and a 2014 recap

Hello!  I just wanted to take a little time out to recap 2014, and to wish all Moral Fibres readers, old and new, a very merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!  Thanks so much for reading along this year. I am always so grateful and pleased to receive your blog comments, emails, tweets, Facebook comments, and more.

I’m taking time off from blogging over Christmas and New Year to focus on spending time with my family. However, I’ll be back early in the New Year with more posts!

2014 was an exciting year for Moral Fibres. From being voted Prime Location’s Eco Blog of the Year, to being featured as the Guardian’s Sustainable Blog of the Week. And to see my face in a magazine!  I also got the chance to write for the Huffington Post this year, which was exciting. I hope to write for them again as soon as I find some free time!

vegetarian living magazine
sustainable blog of the week

I’m hard pushed to pick my favourite posts from the year. Rather than recap my 2014 posts, I’d recommend having a snoop around the archives using the menu above. Alternatively, you can use the monthly archive feature in the righthand sidebar.  I have to say though that the Your Ethical Style series that I started this year has been a highlight. It’s been so interesting and inspiring seeing everyone’s take on ethical clothing and style.  I’m always looking for more people to take part in it – so whatever your age, sex, style, or location do drop me a line to take part!

Coming Up In 2015

On the cards for early 2015 is a bit of a site redesign.  The site has looked like this since I launched it nearly two years ago now (two!). It’s become a little creaky in places – with issues with commenting and more.  I’m really sorry about these issues. However, I’ve already started work on the new site and I hope to have its shiny new look up and running in early January!  

If you can bear with me in the meantime, particularly with regards to commenting (if you leave a comment it does come through, in spite of the no data received message you’re getting) I will be forever grateful!  Also, if you visit the site one day and it looks a little odd it’s probably because I’m testing/tweaking the new site!

And there we have it – have a wonderful festive period, and see you all in 2015!  I am planning on eating my weight in mince pies and mulling all the things!  You? If you are in Edinburgh, I’d also always recommend the Christmas Market.

Wendy.x

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