Knowledge is love and light and vision
Opening paragraphs on websites always seem a mystery to me, do you go for something professional but risk it sounding impersonal and detached? Do you start with something fluffy, and risk it babbling on about nothing? As a writer, I want to deliver a piece that grabs your attention and is witty, but more often than not I end up with something that feels strained and a bit like I tried too hard. As a display that aims to showcase my work in more than one field, it’s a challenge to create something that combines them all and doesn’t feel disjointed, indeed even as I work on it, I wonder if I’m missing the point.
So rather than waffle on about the work I do, or why I do it, check out the buttons below or the menu above and find what you’re here to look at. If you’re here about my wellness blogging you’ll find the buttons below of use, but if you’re here for my photography – head over to my site, which is designed solely to showcase my projects. Whatever you’re here for, I hope you find it.
One thing I always wanted to do with this blog was to be more personal, not just articles and tips, but real feelings and personality. This is not an easy task for me, so I hope you’ll bear with me. This post is about spotting the signs, if you’ve experienced mental health issues before, youContinue reading “Knowing Your Signs”
I had a realisation today, after a brief discussion about what foods are full of protein and what aren’t, my husband needs to build up muscle just above his knees (physio’s orders) and I suggested a little more protein in his diet might help with this. It might not, but since it’s used to helpContinue reading “High Protein Foods”
You may have noticed a few changes on the website, while I wanted to keep things together, it’s become obvious that some aspects need their own dedicated space. My photography is an important part of my life, and I have been working on developing that skill. Preferences lean towards street, candid and macro photography, IContinue reading “Changes – Photography”
Photo by Samantha Akasha Beck