I’ve been having a lot of fun looking at some of my old websites using the Wayback Machine. Here’s what my main professional website looked like in its first incarnation in 2007:
The top half of this description still rings true although it’s not what I would use to describe myself today. My approach to self-description is different but the core stuff in me is still the same. What’s not true is that I’m no longer taking on too many new projects and I rarely do web content, ghost writing or consulting anymore. I do have an interest in collaborative projects although my time is limited right now as a grad student and professional writer.
I never did write the guide to Alternative Home Building, although I took the draft and cut it up into smaller articles on green building, published mostly on Hubpages. I published Crochet Saved My Life and am now at work on Hook to Heal.
It’s so interesting to look back and remember the sites that I used to blog for, my own included, and to see what’s changed over time! Now I blog mostly on my own sites (here and Crochet Concupiscence), doing guest posts on other sites at times.