How to enjoy Living Time (a.k.a. not get lost in my sea of thoughts)!

I know Living Time sports a pretty unconventional look, hence this post to help you navigate. Basically, there are 2 ways to explore the site:

ONE: Dive in and hope for the best

Each post is represented by a circle. The title of the post can sometimes be seen. If not, you can see it by hovering the mouse over the circle. Pick and choose the titles that whet your appetite. There are musings of varying lengths and levels of organisation, reviews, photographs, links to articles and/or videos, so on and so forth. The posts are arranged in chronological order, and you’ll see the latest posts first. For older ones, there is a button at the bottom (centre) of the page that says (you guessed it) “OLDER POSTS”. And that’s pretty much it for the “dive in and hope for the best” approach.

TWO: Use life support in the form of menu (top-right of homepage)

If you don’t like chaos, this approach will give you access to a selection of posts on the blog. Here is an explanation of each menu:

One last thing: if you scroll down to the bottom of the page, past the “OLDER POSTS” button, you will see a + sign. Click on it for articles people are reading, a search function for when you want to find a specific post, and the option to follow this blog via e-mail.

And… that’s it! I hope that was helpful.

Any comments on how to improve the layout of the site or things to add, please feel free to drop them here: