16 Aug 2015
For many years the idea of having a website has seemed very daunting. I am not someone to whom self-promotion comes easily - just ask Matt Bailey my patient web designer. This resistance may be due, in part, to an underlying feeling that there are already enough people online, presenting carefully curated versions of themselves. Another reason is of course fear - there is comfort in relative anonymity, and word of mouth works well…to a point.
Probably the most important reason for me to have a website is this: being able to say ‘YES – I do’, in response to the question – ‘Do you have a website?’ – that is inevitably asked of me when I have struggled to effectively convey what I do. Not to mention the relief it will bring my partner when he is presented with the same situation.
So here it is...