As I ease myself back into work and life online, after taking some time out to enjoy becoming a parent for the first time, I find myself breaking all the rules I used to live by as a web designer. I am using my website as a work in progress, not a fine tuned polished showcase of my work. Instead it is me, in the raw, as I am at any given point in time. It is how you find me when you knock on my door in the morning and I have not made it into the shower as yet and I am still in my pajamas and have the most awesome bed hair!

I want my website to better reflect who I am, not only my polished work, but me, the real person behind my work, mad hair days and all ;)

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As I ease myself back into work and life online, after taking some time out to enjoy becoming a parent for the first time, I find myself breaking all the rules I used to live by as a web designer.

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