Sunday, 25 May 2014

Den of Vintiquity's change of direction

Having a baby is obviously a life changing event, so it's probably no surprise that when and what I post on Twitter has changed.

I was quite sick during my pregnancy and tweeting about the vintage items I loved/wanted/had for sale became less of a priority and not possible at some points. What certainly became more of a priority was saving money and saving up for our little bundle of chubby cheekiness: so I took the decision to stop selling the vintage, retro, antique and craft-made items at What the Butler Saw.

We still have a lot of items stashed away and want to keep selling in the future; whether we return to What the Butler Saw in Leigh on Sea, or sell in one of Norwich's great vintage shops, is still undecided.

We did have a stall booked at Gresham's Antiques and Collectors fair in July, but sadly it has been cancelled by the organisers. However, they run fairs at Newmarket Racecourse in Suffolk, and we will hopefully be securing a stall there for August.

What this post is really about is to announce how I will probably be changing the direction of how I use Twitter (the @denofvintiquity account). Although I will still tweet about vintage, it will be more baby/parenting and introducing Aurora to my love of vintage and craft.

I also want to become more interactive on Twitter (and on the blog, although I need to learn how to do that), as I feel I just chuck tweets/posts out at followers at the moment.

Thanks for reading this and hopefully I'll still see you on Twitter!

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