What do you guys think?

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ilovereadingandwriting:

I’m working on prettying up my blog for when I start posting again so I added a pic of my signature under a blog post. 

I’m wondering what you guys think….I can’t get rid of the light box surrounding it. Does it look weird? Nice? Should I keep it or no?

Check it out!

I hate to be this guy… but I think having you signature online is a bad idea

I can see how it would be if it were my whole signature, but it is only my first name. And honestly, it’s just my name using a font that looks a lot like my own handwriting. I thought maybe “signing” my blog posts with a font that looks more like real handwriting other than the blog’s regular font would make it feel a little more personal. If you look at the post before the one I linked to, you can see how I usually “sign” the post by simply typing my name. 



What do you guys think?

I’m working on prettying up my blog for when I start posting again so I added a pic of my signature under a blog post. 

I’m wondering what you guys think….I can’t get rid of the light box surrounding it. Does it look weird? Nice? Should I keep it or no?

Check it out!



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