Why I moved my #CMALT portfolio

Last week I completed a pet project I’d had in mind for a while now. I moved (copied, pasted, checked, published) my CMALT portfolio from it’s original Google sites location to here, my blog.

Why?

Two reasons – firstly I’m getting fed up of my ‘stuff’ being all over the place, that I’m messy with my online behaviour and my online artifacts/things, and I wanted to start tidying myself up. Secondly, I wanted to bring attention back to my blog and the 950+ posts I’ve written over the last 11 years.

Over the next, well, however-long I want to regroup and refocus my thoughts and attention. I want to realign what it is I want out of being ‘online’ and how I can use that time more effectively in the ‘real’ world (understanding that online is also real too!). I want to spend more time on me (yes Twitter, I’m looking at you!), I want to take a serious look at the newly launched SCMALT initiative. I want to reconsider the SFHEA application I started last year. I want to give myself the time and energy to actually finish these things, instead of letting the day to day grind control me.

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