So, part of this learning involved a transition. To reflect my aims I’ve built up my website, knocked it down and started all over again. I’ve gone from large and colourful to tame, demure, simple. I remove one set of content to add another all in the name of becoming a professional.
Why? I don’t know. Professionalism sucks. Now, don’t get me wrong, I love what I do. I love my job (or rather, my old job) and I wouldn’t give up my career route for the world.. but does that mean that this website has to reflect it? Does it mean I have to stop messing with cutesy pixel clubs and stop joining pointless fanlistings? No. So why did I?
I don’t know what I’m on about to be honest. I think it’s the end of summer fidget-fest that everyone goes through. Elea got a new domain, Tiffany has almost completely given up on her weblog.. bla bla. I guess I just want to bring my stupidly wacky, loud and hypocritical personality back into my website — make it personal again. My nerdy ramblings and professionalism can go in the portfolio that I haven’t started yet that I will get ’round to. So, um, in the spirit of things.. comment and tell me one thing that makes a website “personal” to you. Yay.. a quiz!