Moving To Hugo
29th June 2017
Moving my site from Jekyll to Hugo I had my site on Jekyll, it’s now on Hugo. This article will aim to document my early learnings.
4th October 2016
770.6 miles, that was what was on the car’s milometer when I pulled up on the driveway after a week away. The family had been to Devon, we left the previous Friday to visit the “English Riviera”. My only previous encounter with the South Coast had been a visit to the New Forest before a week on the Isle of Wight. We loved that trip and it’s safe to say we enjoyed this.
25th August 2016
I can’t pinpoint exactly when, but I’ve come to the realisation that the daily routine I’ve worked so hard to build is broken. After a coffee & chinwag with my good friend Dan Furze, it seems that it’s not just me, which is always reassuring. I’m aware that everyone has natural peaks and troughs in life - hell I’ve had enough myself - but recently it’s felt like I’ve been unable to climb out of this one.
Dealing with rejection
12th July 2016
“A rejection is nothing more than a necessary step in the pursuit of success” - Bo Bennett. I’m not going to go into the full details, but twice in the space of 4 weeks I’ve been left having to deal with some kind of rejection. Now this isn’t a post wanting pity, it’s more to serve as a permanent reminder to me, personally, on how I’ve dealt with it, and also something which may help others.
Burning the candle
6th April 2016
The great thing about Marc’s‘30 day writing challenge’ is reading such a great cross section of varied content, as well as gaining a lot of inspiration. One of the themes I’ve enjoyed the most so far has been around people’s morning & evening routines. Some people get up early and write, others check emails, whilst some use their “spare time” to exercise — the reason for the quotes is that this is very much dependent on peoples individual set of circumstances, I know in my life at present the very concept of spare time is but a dream and it irks me when people comment or question other peoples dedication to things without knowing the set of circumstances surrounding the person(s).