Speaking of Key Changes… I Changed My URL

Hey y’all.  This isn’t a real post — just an announcement regarding my new URL.  In an effort to keep things consistent, I changed my blog URL to https://thenicolasblog.wordpress.com.  Fifty-one percent of me stands by this decision.  The other forty-nine is having trouble adjusting.

Imagine my horror when I discovered that all comments I’ve previously posted still link to my old URL, which I totally destroyed with one impulsive click!  I had no idea what I was doing.  I’m slowly coping with the loss by telling myself that this will be better in the long run — this way, people can remember my blog by its name rather than by the fact that I’m from Connecticut and my name is Nick.

Did I make the right decision?

…Normal people don’t obsess over these things as much as I do, do they?

Either way, please keep reading and tell all your friends!


P.S. — if you’re looking for my most recent post (about my Oprah-esque fascination with personal memoirs) it can be found here.



  1. I’m still here, don’t worry buddy. Listen, I obsess when the next ANTM cycle will finally start up again so maybe I’m not the best person to ask.

  2. I’m here too! Thank God! I recovered from my minor heart attack also which I suffered upon realizing your old blog was deleted. Now it’s all good! Phew!

    • Yes! This has all original posts and comments, just a changed URL. I just glad we both recovered from our minor heart attacks without any severe damage. Lol.

      • She really did almost have that minor heart attack until I informed her of the change. Lol. BTW, great to have found you on Twitter.
        I am becoming quite the stalker!! 😀

  3. You came up with something and went through with it. If you believe it will be better in the long run, that’s all you need bud!

    Its a cool URL, easy to remember.

    Take care!


  4. Just wanna give a shout out, from one CT transplant to another!

  5. I can’t deal with this… change is bad and awful and though I’ve only been reading a week, I’ve developed such a fondness for the way things were…

    you did well. be well

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