After a good two or three months of real work, I finally completed my depression information site, Illuminate! Check it out and let me know what you think–I have suffered depression several times and am empathetic toward depression sufferers as a result, but I also wanted to create an informative site for non-sufferers as well.
After a whirlwind of inspiration hit a couple of nights ago, here is my newest baby site: Declutter! It’s GIF-heavy, hilarious, and inspiring all rolled in one little HTML page.
Declutter was born from the year-long project I’ve undertaken at my house, to finally purge my closets and house of all the junk that has accumulated over time. It’s taken a long time and I’m nowhere near done, but I’m already feeling better, and hopeful about getting it all done by the end of the year.
I hope that this little site will serve as a funny bit of inspiration for those who want to start decluttering but haven’t quite worked up the energy to do so. YOU CAN DO IT!! If this hoarder can be reformed, anyone can! XD
YES I FINALLY DID IT
WOOT! One of my all-time favorite movies, The Sound of Music, is now represented on my domain! AT LAST! (I’ve only been trying to do this site for about ten years >_< xD) Check out Something Good (named for my favorite song in the film, no less!) and see what you think!
My “Contact,” “Affiliate,” and “Link-Exchange” pages have finally been edited and combined into one tidy single-page site: my Exits page! Give it a look-see! 😀
Also, I still am working behind the scenes on stuff in my projects list…it’s just been a weirdddd few months. ^_^;
I’ve moved the domain info page to its own little folder–check it out!
(I’m doing this in preparation for version 15, which may or may not appear this year ^_^; )
WOOT! Today I am happy to announce that my unusual Olaf fansite, The Impossible Dream, is officially launched! (And it’s 32 days ahead of schedule! :O!!) Click the link to see how this English major breaks down Olaf’s functions in the film, plus read analyses involving Don Quixote and the Bible–if it sounds weirdly cool, that’s because it is! 😀
(Also, I apparently love exclamation marks!!! LOL)
I am happy to announce that my old, outdated webdesign tutorials site has been reborn as SiteMotif, a curated links list of helpful webdesign resources. Check it out–it’s a single page wonder!
Also, apparently giving myself super specific public to-do lists makes me hugely productive. This is my 5th February update! :O I should make public to-do lists more often… xD
(Note: I tried to sweep my domain clear of old links to the webdesign tuts site, but if I missed a link, let me know 😀 Thank you!)
YAY! After a good bit of work, I finally uploaded my unusual Elsa site, called Gifted! Check it out–it’s not just a character study, but offers a look at Elsa’s character in the context of education and nurturing. (I drew on all my former-teacher brain cells for this one!)
I hope you like it! Let me know what you think!
While rereading one of my favorite books, Jane Eyre, my brain got set on fire with a new site idea (even though I had promised myself I wouldn’t build any more new sites till I was done with my own novel, LOL).
Thus, I present to you WithinMyWorld.org’s newest site, Inexhaustible Peace, about the character of Helen Burns, a minor character in Jane’s world. Go check it out!
Thanks to Grooveshark.com, I finally have a “radio” (actually a playlist) of my absolute favorite songs! Go check it out–it contains 40 of my favorite songs, and they cover a wide spectrum, so you’re bound to find something you like or something you haven’t heard in AAAAAGES.
Enjoy, and let me know what you think in the comments! 😀 😀