Due to a series of very unfortunate events, I’m needing to recreate Hafuboti from the ground up. Currently the only thing available on this site is the #LAFE Library. Until things settle back down, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me with any questions or requests: [email protected] I truly appreciate your patience with this whole situation. Rebecca McCorkindale
For over a year I’ve been kicking around the idea of starting a blog. Back then the amazing Aunt Peaches put the idea in my head that I should give blogging a try. 9-17-2020 The rest of this post I rattle on a bit about my hopes for the blog, which were, essentially, getting people to go to my Etsy shop. I hope that anyone who is reading this and has been tempted to start a blog, will find the courage and chutzpah to go for it. For a long while, it can feel like you’re yelling into the internet void. But after a while, you post something that catches (even just a little), and you begin feeling heard. Then you might start connecting with a reader or fellow blogger. And that’s when it begins to almost feel magical. If you’re intrigued about the possibility of starting a blog, then please don’t hesitate to reach out to me. I’m always available on Facebook or Twitter, and my new email address works: [email protected], along with my old email address: [email protected] I’d love to chat about this.
Hafuboti will be up and running by November 1, 2012. I look forward to sharing my love of books, crafts, and creativity with everyone. Until then, have a happy fun book time! 9-8-2020 Looking back on this first post is quite an emotional experience. If the Rebecca of now was to go back in time and share with the Rebecca of then just half of what’s happened because of this blog? I probably would have laughed in future Rebecca’s face. I believed that my blog mainly existed to drive potential buyers to my Etsy shop. Instead, it helped my find amazing friends from all over the world. My life and career have been made richer because of those relationships.