Jan 22, 2016

A return to blogging

I am going to try to blog again this year.

I started blogging in 2008 and was an active blogger for 6 years. My blog was about polymer clay in my native language, Serbian. In 2009 I enthusiastically started this blog in English but life kicked in. My father got ill and died in 2010, during the grieving time my marriage came to an end, my Mom moved in and a lot more of small things added up together.... you know how it goes. Eventually I stopped blogging, letting my old blog and website float quietly and peacefully into the history.

Just few days ago I discovered that this blog still existed and I got excited. Most of the reasons for starting a blog back in 2008 remain relevant to me today. I want a cozy place to express my thoughts and feelings, I want to describe my artistic doubts and fears, I want to share my excitement and experiments about polymer clay, I want more ways to connect with fellow artists, customers, friends and also I honestly miss writing. 

My primary focus is still polymer clay but I might just write about anything that excites me now. 
I hope that blog bug bit me hard enough to persevere. I don't have a plan or a strict schedule. Lack of a plan gives a 'go with the flow' feeling of freedom and openness I missed with previous blog. Let us all see if I ‘grew up’ at all and what I've learned in past few years.

All that being said, follow if you dare or proceed at your own risk. LOL
My first post will be to add a free tutorial or more of them that were available on the old website.

Blogging journey begins, thank you for coming on it with me!


  1. Replies
    1. Thank you so much! I am ready to make it happen. :)

  2. Welcome back to blogging, Nevenka!

  3. I'm so excited to have found your blog, I have had a great time looking back through your old posts. I am so sorry for the loss you have had to endure in the last few years, but you seem to have overcome everything and come out the stronger for it. I'm looking forward to your upcoming posts, and am already excited to try out some of your techniques I have seen here!

    1. Hi Amy. Thank you for joining me on my new blogging journey. Let us see where we can go and what we can make.
      I hope you'll find my free little tutorials helpful.