New Year…New Blog!

Happy New Year!

Okay, we made it! Christmas and New Year have been and gone for another year. I love the festive time, from the run up starting earlier and earlier each year, right through to the painful visit to the Christmas tree graveyard also known as the Christmas tree recycling station set-up at a local park. The house is all clean and de-cluttered again and sadly, its time to try and get back to a normal routine. Well, this year I’m taking the same approach to this blog.

Fresh and clean blog…

I’ve decided to deleted all of the old content from the site and looked to start 2016 with a fresh blank canvas, and hopefully do a better job this year! Its easy to create a blog and think yeah I’m going to have loads of content to fill it with, it’s going to be so interesting! Nope. Just no. As with many things it just doesn’t work like that, and this year I’m not going to try. This blog isn’t going to be a detailed window into my life, that’s not realistic, and most definitely not what I want to do!

Instead I’m going to try and have some fun with this blog in both a professional and leisurely manner. As I work on graphic design or web developer projects I’ll share anything I think is interesting. When I’m not working and equally find or do something I think is worth sharing I’ll post it. Hopefully with this range of content there might be something on the blog for anyone to read and enjoy. On the other hand this blog might just give me a we slice of the internet to share some of my experiences or thoughts and no one will ever read it!

Enough rambling, if you’ve read this far you’ve got the idea…New Year, New Blog. Sadly I said that in the post title and then rambled on for 300 odd words. My apologies, go make a cup of tea and watch some cat vs cucumber videos on YouTube – that was so 2015. Retro.

Thanks for visiting!

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