I'm extremely proud of my website. I did the whole thing myself so that I didn't have to pay a professional web designer to set it up. I set it up about half way through 2015 because I figured that only having a blog wasn't good enough. First of all, I'm not a professional web designer, and I have an intermediate rather than an advanced level of understanding of HTML. I can write content that appeals to the average web content reader, but I can't design a website on my own. So how did I do it, without making it look like a horrible mess? Good question. My mother is one of the most web and design savvy people I know. A while ago she introduced me to Weebly, and I was extremely impressed with how user-friendly it is. Not only is it user-friendly, but it also looks nice when I hit the publish button (a majority of the time.) From day one of setting up my website onwards I used a Weebly interface. A lot of the web design purists that I've met seem to hate stuff like Weebly and Wix, but for someone like me, it's perfect. I'm not a web designer, and I never intend to be, and that's okay. Web designers that aren't all that great at writing value people like me, because they can focus on what they do best, and I can take write content for them. One of my long-term goals is to eventually make friends with a web designer, and they can do the design work for my clients, and I can write their content. I've looked at a lot of websites lately so that I can get better at maintaining a website that gets people's attention. My website is in good shape, and I know how to generate appealing content, so I only want to learn more for self-improvement purposes. I've taken SEO and digital marketing workshops at Brainstation's Toronto headquarters, and I've read tons of articles by professional web designers; I've also browsed a variety of websites by major companies so that I can see what is, and isn't typical. Not only has this made my website better, but it's also made me a better web and blog content writing specialist. check it out. The photography is beautiful, and it's extremely user-friendly. When I browsed their website it inspired me to only use my own photography. Using my own photography helped give people a non-verbal glimpse of who I am, and what I have to offer. It made my personality shine through a lot more while saying more with less.