About

The Author

Jill. Twenty three. Activist. Blogger. Optimist.

The Blog

Imagine Today is constantly changing and evolving, because we are all constantly changing and evolving.

It jumps from topic to topic as quickly as things catch my interest; you’ll never be sure exactly what to expect, I promise.

It’s heart, however, is consistent: this is a blog about love, tolerance, hope, forgiveness, friendship, feminism, and so much more.

This is a place for optimism to thrive.

If you don’t like idealism, you may find this blog hard to stomach (but please, don’t give up on me!)

To quote John Lennon: “You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one.”

I hope everyone out there will read this, and join us.

I still believe this world can live as one.

:)

(Apologies for the shamless Lennon influence, I will never cease to be a Beatles fan as well as an idealist)

6 thoughts on “About

  1. This is my favorite blog now. I couldn’t sleep woke in the middle of the night and found your page. Love it. Can you send me how you did the cool categories big words and colors graphics on here? Your new fan Jackie Paulson

  2. Hi Jackie! I’m glad you like the blog :) I’m using the Pilcrow theme from WordPress… I didn’t have to edit the CSS at all, I love it! I made the word images and the header in Photoshop and then I uploaded the words as image widgets on the sidebar! WordPress already made the category pages for me so it was very little work at all, really.

  3. So is Photoshop something you do pay for or is it free? Is there another way to do it? Hum, thanks for bing so nice.

  4. Its a pretty expensive program… like $600 for the newest version I think :/ I only have access to it because my college has it on some of their computers so I can use it at school! There are some free alternatives though! They’re a little less powerful and they don’t have as many tools but if you’ve never used Photoshop then you won’t miss them :) This is a good article to look at: http://www.lifeclever.com/10-free-web-based-alternatives-to-photoshop/ It can help you pick an alternative that has the tools you need to do whatever it is you want to do :)

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