The end of 1×52
Hi there! So if you’ve been following, you know I started working on a 1×52 project earlier this year. After about 14 weeks, I’ve decided to drop the project, as it’s no longer a good fit with my goals.
The idea of the 1×52 project was to launch a new project – usually a website, but maybe a piece of code or some other exploration – every single week, for a year. I did get some amazing things out of this project, including:
- Motivation to keep producing new websites, new content
- Explored GitHub publishing
- Explored the Mechanical Turk as a way of getting website feedback
- Practiced launching sites I wasn’t completely happy with <- This one was huge!
I’ve decided to stop the project, because it’s left me with lots of loose ends. As a multipotentialite, I’ve always had lots of different projects going, anyway. While the 1×52 project was a great push to get me to actually publish these projects, it’s time to focus in on a few projects, and make them really-super-awesome. To keep my commitment to publishing, I’m going to try to publish posts on this site every Monday and Thursday - and in the meantime, I’ll be chugging away at either personal projects, or YRB projects.
Speaking of YRB – my web development business, Yellow Rubber Ball – I’ve just added WordPress Coaching to my list of services! Want to learn how to create, maintain, and customize a WordPress blog, and become a digital nomad yourself? I’d love to help!
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