Almost two years after returning from a life changing period of travel, I’ve come to the conclusion that life really does move pretty fast; and I’m okay with that.
I am happy to admit that it took a long time to settle back into ‘normality’. England hasn’t exactly been the most inspirational country over the last four years has it? I’ve returned to full-time work as a lawyer but in a completely different area. It’s relentless at times but no two days are the same. With flexible working and now working from home for the foreseeable future, it’s fair to see I don’t mind it at all.
For the first time in my life, at the age of 30, I feel settled. I’m married, I own my own home, I have a good job and I have this travel blog as my outlet for my writing and photography.
So with this acceptance comes time for a step forward in the world of blogging. Not one that many people will notice or even appreciate but something as simple as switching from WordPress to Squarespace has elevated my blog to looking much more professional. It’s time to put even more effort into my travel blogging with the hope that I can move to the next stage; working with brands and inspiring more people across the world.
The switch itself seemed very straight forward with URL re-directs being the most time-consuming task or at least I thought. Once the transfer had gone through, I realised that all of my internal links were not working correctly and each post needs updating in line with Squarespace’s design. You’ll have to bear with me on that.
My first thoughts on Squarespace are that the look and ease of design is exceptional. My only niggles are in relation to file management I guess but I’m sure I’ll get used to it. I can let them off just on how good I think my website now looks. Feel free to have a look around and hopefully you like it too!
Thank you to everyone who’s been here for the start and all of my new readers. It’s time now for a new chapter.
Stay safe out there and let’s look forward to a time when we can responsibly travel again.