Our winter home has been damaged, and it’s unclear if we’re ever going to live in it again. As a result, we find ourselves making due, but we’re asking for help.
We set up a shed on our seasonal lot in Vermont, and I’m so happy with the results. This post talks a bit about how we built the shed, and the platform it’s built on.
I’m going to be at WordCamp US this year. This conference is well-timed because I’m starting to think about finding freelance work for the upcoming Winter season. I haven’t seen anyone in-person in WordPress since 2019! I can’t wait to see y’all!
I got LASIK yesterday, and for the first time since 1994, when I was 6 years old, I am able to see without corrective lenses. It’s been an exciting, and surprisingly emotional experience for me.
My new site turns my personal website into a central hub, making it possible to view content I’ve published across the web. I’m so excited to finally have it up and running.
I had one of my clients come to me with a fun challenge. They wanted to be able to “flag” a post, and have that flag automatically disappear on the site after a certain period of time. This post explores how I solved that problem for them.
I built a WordPress plugin for an agency that integrates a third party events API with WordPress. This plugin loads fast, and reduces the number of requests. This post talks about how I approached this small project.
Welp, I finally did it. 9 years of running my own little WordPress agency has finally come to a close. I have officially shut down the website, and have helped move my remaining clients onto their own platform. I’d be lying if I said that this goodbye is more sweet than bitter, honestly. DesignFrame was… Continue reading So Long, DesignFrame!
If you have been anywhere near me over the past year, you’ll know that in the last 8 months I have went from being an industrial engineer, to a freelance industrial engineer, to blogger, and now to an employee working as a web designer and marketing manager. For me, the biggest struggle is not in… Continue reading I’m Tired