What follows are the key pieces of advice related to self-care that we’ve published over the years. We hope they’ll come in handy for you this fall as you take on new and bigger challenges.
These landscapes are like something out of science fiction.
And here we get to the meat of the issue as it pertains to financial success: because habits become so automatic, they become effortless. This is a bad thing if the habit is destroying you, but wonderful if the habit is a life-boosting one.
“If you really want something, but have reservations, expose yourself to it as much as you can. Talk to people about it. Learn about it. The more information, experience, and exposure you get with it, the more likely you’ll make an informed and committed decision.”
Incorporating accessibility from the beginning is almost always easier, more effective, and less expensive than making accessibility improvements as a separate project.
Thought: Factor accessibility guidelines into other (existing) components of your website project. That way you’re not talking about accessibility as a separate thing. Instead, it’s a factor in everything.
I’ve got a new guest post out in the wild, this time covering SSL certificates.
Starting in July 2018, the Google Chrome browser will mark all HTTP websites as insecure. This is a big deal for businesses. Chrome is the most popular browser in the world. If you don’t have an HTTPS-enabled website, your customers are likely to see that warning. So how do you get an HTTPS-enabled website? By acquiring an SSL certificate.
Kudos to Degroot Design for the opportunity.
So what’s the deal with all these guest posts?
My guest post hustling started back in November as part of hitting my personal goals for 2017.
I’ve kept it up on a (mostly) weekly basis so far, missing one or two weeks in 2018. It’ll scale back to one per month starting in April.
It’s been a great experience.
It’s given me a greater appreciation for how long things actually take versus how long I think it’ll take.
Now I need to pivot and start working on my own blog posts… 🙂