Lost and Tired has received a facelift

In case you haven’t noticed yet, Lost and Tired has received a facelift. I have been using the same theme for almost 2 years now and I decided it was time for a change.

I don’t think this is a drastic departure from what you are used to. However, it does afford my much more freedom to work.

I hope you all like the new look.

I wanted to get this done before my birthday on the 24th of August. As you can see, I was able to accomplish that goal.

I’m if the change has caused you any undo stress. We’re all creatures of habit.

Lost and Tired is continuing to grow and I needed a theme that will grow with me. 🙂

Feel free to share your thoughts and opinions below. Let me know, if you love it or hate it.

Rob Gorski

Full time, work from home single Dad to my 3 amazing boys. Oh...and creator fo this blog. :-)
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Hm – I see lots of bloggers going for the graphene theme these days … I think it works for your blog nicely! Nice job!


 @KatMoody I've not seen this theme before the other day. I really like it because there is so much customization that can be done. 🙂


Okay, so I'll try to hate it less. I don't know if you've ever covered this topic: What do you do when you see a child that has autism /ADHD/ Unicorn sparkly rainbow disorder – WHATEVER, the parents treat you like a pariah (in my case my entire family), but there was a child that so obviously needed help – I finally made the analogy that not getting help was basically like
sending your child to school with no books, paper, pencils, etc. and then holding him responsible for failure. Guess who was A)correct and B) treated like a leper. Permanently.