I’m back in Cape Verde for 2018 and I am looking forward to the future, I will be very busy this year. I will be producing content across several platforms plus my 3 websites. However due to my work commitments I will only be posting monthly from now on. I do anticipate that my blog posts will be a little longer as I’m aiming for between 2K to 3K words per article. I have also been polishing my CSS design skills and not only will I be writing my own WordPress theme, plugins and widgets I will be adding a few subtle animations. Images will also take on a new look as I use CSS blends and filters to achieve an overall look. (not sure what look yet). I will split the schedule between my 3 websites so you’ll get a post roughly every 10 days.
This year will be all about my time in Cape Verde. I have decided to write an online guide-book for the island that I’ll be working and living on. Cape Verde is an up and coming destination so a good guide-book will be essential. There is a lot more to Cape Verde than first meets the eye. It has a great food and music culture as well as an amazing mix of people.
I’m reviving this website from its current status of being a demo website. I will be posting my images of Cape Verde here for all to see. I will also add a blog for photography related subjects. Instead of using Photoshop to edit the images I’ll be using CSS. Especially Una Kravets code for Instagram filters and blend modes.
I will be adding a blog content to this website and completing a redesign. There will be lots happening as I’m moving the backend to a Digital Ocean VPS droplet. This is to test for performance improvements over shared hosting. In the early days I will be running both versions of this website prior to moving over to a vps. The blog posts will be more of a reference for myself but open to anyone.
All this whilst holding down a full-time job, will there be enough hours in the day?