“What is this website for?”, you might ask. And here is my answer to this humble inquiry:
First and foremost: it’s my personal website. So what you will read here is going to be my own personal experience on multiple different subjects (well, at least I hope it’s going to be multiple different subjects).
So now that I’m through with my content plans, let’s talk a little about structure. This blog is split into three main areas:
- My blog: this is where you can find whatever is going on through my mind at the moment. Don’t expect a whole lot to be posted there, because probably not much goes through my mind at any given moment (well, not much that I think is worth posting)
- My projects: yes, sometimes I invent some time to work on some random projects. I plan on providing some details about what I did with the project and why.
- My personal info: well, if you were wondering who I really am, that should cover some of it.
“Why is MovingDownstream?”, you might ask next, as you now might think that I like to answer questions. Well, it all started with my first blog, StillAsWater, that I wrote while I lived in Stillwater, OK. Once I moved to Seattle, I thought that it would be great to keep the water theme, but I couldn’t use the same “pun”. So I thought long and hard about how my life was going, and what made me get to where I was, and I realized that my options weren’t that hard. Things tended to flow towards where I am right now, thus the “Downstream” concept.
Enjoy! And feel free to leave me comments whenever.
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