- month notes
- web development
01 April 2018Mostly work this week. I’ve been reviewing and amending a client’s site which has had an SEO Audit. Here are a few thoughts on that.
26 March 2018A shorter post this week. Exciting news about a lottery win though ;-)
20 March 2018On Friday last week, three of us from Horsham Coworking (and our pal Davey Pearson) slept rough to raise money for YMCA DownsLink Group, which helps young people and homelessness. The event was YMCA Sleep Easy 2018. It was quite an experience.
12 March 2018In this weeknotes post, what I've been working on, my company accounts, running faster, and feeling worrried about sleeping rough for a good cause.
04 March 2018In this weeknotes post, web design and development, working with the Foundation framework, running in the cold, and pubs and beer in Horsham.
25 February 2018In this weeknote, web design and development and the ups and downs of redesigning your own site, sleeping rough for a good cause, and video stardom for Matt Ide of Horsham Coworking.
18 February 2018A new personal best for me this week. I ran the Worthing Half Marathon in 1:54:08 (chip time) which was a massive half marathon PB ..... by 15 seconds. But, 15 seconds is still a PB!
12 February 2018Just one subject for my weeknotes post today. A trip to Italy last weekend to meet with friends and watch Italy v England in the rugby Six Nations Championship. It's a trip I make every two years because that's when England play in Rome.
01 February 2018In this weeknotes post, I talk about freelancing business and referrals, the Perchology newsletter, and Horsham Coworking where a spare room and banners have produced some surprising results.
27 January 2018My third weeknotes post describes recent running adventures, my work updating a Perch CMS site, and personal finance. Quite a mixture!
20 January 2018Here's my second weeknotes post where I look back on what I've done this week (web development and outside work). And put down a few thoughts about freelancing. Let's start with that.
12 January 2018After reading Rachel Andrew's weeknotes post, I have been inspired to do something similar for myself. Mainly so that I can look back on the year. Mind you, I'm not expecting my posts to describe quite as much!