I discovered last year while building the first versions of matthewestock.com that like building websites that don’t involve blogging as the primary function. I had spent the year prior building a WordPress hosted on Kodingen (now Koding), and it got really tiring not having content that mattered. I cultivated a collage of personal thoughts, snippets from the web, and dwelling on past achievement, because I could. I suppose that was also my biggest mistake, nobody is going to tell me how to build my personal website; nobody is going to force me to make anything good for that matter.
Being a blogger is almost a full-time job. I already have one of those, so already I’m running into obstacles. I’m also far too much of a perfectionist; I will not post something if it’s not utterly brilliant (in my head at least) or it hasn’t been edited over 9000 times. This is something I need to change. I suppose I’ll start with site updates, and move on from there. It seems redundant to me, but my content matters. I work hard on my web development, photography, and graphic design, and it aught to be seen!