Day Four of Project365
Today I've spent the majority of the day fiddling and website building in an attempt to get it to look better. It still needs lots more work but it's definitely better than before.
I've always enjoyed website design but never really had the patience to sit down and learn about coding. Maybe this is something else I should think about doing this year. I did start a website design course in late 2016 so maybe I should carry on with that. Starting this site has really opened my eyes about everything I thought I had a slight grasp on. Which apparently...I didn't. I tried to set up a static home page earlier, needless to say, that didn't go to plan.
I've got a lot of ideas about how to improve my site but very little understanding of how to actually do it. Annoyingly though, because I've got so many ideas floating around in my head, it tends to drag my mood down when I can't do it. I'd want nothing more for this blog to be somewhat successful. Maybe not so I'm rolling in money (although that would be nice too...) but I want to be able to help other people through my experience with mental health issues. However, I'm really not sure how best to do that either.
My aim was, and still is, to complete a Project365 and use the site as platform to showcase my year. (Also on Flickr and Instagram). But I also want to use the blog as a sort of diary and/or advice point for others.
If anyone reading this has any ideas at all please get in touch with me, all help is most certainly appreciated.